Island focus: Officers implicated in wildlife trading
The Jakarta Post
The Sumatra office of the Environment and Forestry Ministry’s Law Enforcement Agency has found that many cases of illegal wildlife trading implicate members of the police and Indonesian Military (TNI), making it more difficult to eradicate such crimes.
Agency representative Hendra Ginting said on Tuesday that one of the cases involved the poaching of a baby orangutan that was recently un...
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