Minggu, 19 Agustus 2012

[PersIndonesia] Re: [inti-net] Two Indonesian Anti-Corruption Judges Caught Red-Handed Receiving Bribes

 

   A BROKEN HUMMER  MUST BE REMOVED AWAY AND NEVER BE USED AGAIN ...
 
 PRINSIP HUKUM :
 Actor et reus idem esse non potest - ( Seorang Terdakwa - tidak bisa sekali gus menjadi Hakim )
 
 
Dan di INDONESIA - PRISNSIP HUKUM INI - terpaksa harus dibalik  - Karena segalanya di Indonesia ini serba terbali-balik......  sehingga Prinsip yang berlakupun - dalam Prakteik Kehidupan di Indonesia - Pengertiannya menjadi terbalik sbb:
SEORANG HAKIM bisa menjadi TERDAKWA..... ( suatu Hal yang di Indonesia ini sangat biasa rupanya .....)
 
 
 
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From: Sunny
Date: 19.8.2012 6:04:24
Subject: [inti-net] Two Indonesian Anti-Corruption Judges Caught Red-Handed Receiving Bribes
 
 

ref: Suapan manis bagaikan madu, maka oleh sebab itu tidak mudah untuk ditolak oleh anggota KPK.

http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/two-indonesian-anti-corruption-judges-caught-red-handed-receiving-bribes/538838

Two Indonesian Anti-Corruption Judges Caught Red-Handed Receiving Bribes
Ezra Sihite | August 17, 2012

The Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) caught two anti-corruption court judges red-handed as they were allegedly receiving bribes in the Central Java town of Semarang on Friday.

The two judges were identified only as K. M., a female judge with the Semarang Anti-Corruption Court, and H. K., a male judge with the Pontianak Anti-Corruption Court.

The judges were arrested while receiving at least Rp 100 million ($10,500) from an alleged middleman identified as S. D. in the parking lot of the Semarang District Court.

"We caught red-handed three persons [including S. D.] and are now questioning them," KPK deputy chief Bambang Widjojanto said on Friday, adding that the KPK cooperated with the Supreme Court in making the arrest.

The bribery is allegedly related to an investigation into a graft case implicating a senior local official.

Supreme Court Deputy Chief Djoko Sarwoko said it would evaluate the work of the two anti-corruption courts following the arrest.

"This incident gives bad name to the institutions, the anti-corruption courts, while they're actually tasked with heavy responsibilities," Djoko said

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