Police fight to get evidence back
The Jakarta Post
The National Police Traffic Corps (Korlantas) said that some documents seized by the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) belonged to the public and the confiscation by the anti-graft body could compromise the police’s work.
A lawyer for Korlantas, Juniver Girsang, said that the KPK had confiscated an excess of documents, some of which were unrelated to KPK’s ongoing investigation in...
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