Yulianis Questioned the actions of KPK which privileged Nazaruddin

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Tuesday, July 25 2017 - 16:21 IWST

Yulianis the Key Witness of corruption case
Yulianis the Key Witness of corruption case

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - A key witness of the Wisma Athletes corruption case, Yulianis questioned the attitude and actions of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) which judged to favor Nazaruddin.

"What Nazaruddin is telling is full of lies, then why can Nazaruddin be a 'juctice collaborator'? I think KPK does not care about false testimony if it benefits," Yulianis said in a Public Hearing Meeting of the Special Committee on Building Nusantara, Jakarta, Monday (24/7 / 2017)

Yulianis said Nazaruddin free to intimidate employees who want to testify in the KPK from behind bars.

She mentioned the one who got Nazar intimidation was the Director of PT Mahkota Negara Marisi Matondang when wanting to testify in the case of corruption in the procurement of medical equipment of Special Hospital for Infectious Diseases, and Tourism at Udayana University in fiscal year 2009.

"When he was going to testify, Mr. Marisi admitted terrorized and called by Nazaruddin to his cell." There are unsuitable words to be used in BAP (Interrogation Report), to replace them, to hit using the BAP, "he said.

Yulianis said intimidation was also carried out when Marisi wanted to testify to Anas Urbaningrum on Hambalang's project in the KPK.

According to her, Marisi was asked to lie about the gratification of Harrier cars that Anas received from Hambalang project and even when testifying at the KPK, Nazaruddin suddenly came to the investigation room.

"What Mr. Marisi tested was explaining Mr. Nazaruddin, so the investigator made the BAP from Nazar's tension," said Yulianis.

Yulianis also revealed Nazaruddin free behind the cell, for example in Lapas Cipinang there is a special room to gather with his friends and in Mako Brimob there is a meeting room next to his cell.

In prison Guntur according to her, Nazaruddin can easily call people and can organize testimony from employees until employees themselves testify, set to become a suspect.

"Well the time in the KPK is a bit tight, but can go out to pretend to the hospital, when in the hospital my friends are intimidated," explained Yulianis.

He claimed to have reported it to the KPK, but no follow-up

 

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