Prosecutor Attorney Collect Evidence From Mobile 8 Corruption Case

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Saturday, August 19 2017 - 06:02 IWST

Attorney General, HM Prasetyo
Attorney General, HM Prasetyo

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Junior Attorney General Special Crimes Investigator (JAM Pidsus) is still collecting evidence to ensnare a new suspect alleged corruption in the receipt of overpaid tax payment by Mobile8 for fiscal year 2007-2009.

"Now the case is still publicly investigated.We need strong evidence, we must be enough," said Attorney General HM Prasetyo in Jakarta, Friday (18/08/2017)

Described, gathering strong evidence to anticipate if the suspect's party filed a pre-trial suit to court. "Therefore, our evidence must be enough, they (investigators) must be sure," he said.

Previously, Although the pre-trial lawsuit of two suspects the case was granted by the South Jakarta District Court (PN). The two suspects are Anthony Chandra Kartawiria, Director of PT First Media and Director of PT Djaja Nusantara Communications (DNK) Hary Djaja.

Nevertheless, the AGO issued a new sprindik for two suspects of PT Bhakti Investama Commissioner Hary Djaja and former Director of Mobile8 Telecom Anthony Candra.

PT Mobile8 Telecom is alleged to have manipulated telecommunication product sales transactions including cellular phones and pulses to distributors in Surabaya, PT DNK worth Rp80 billion during 2007-2009.

In December 2007 PT Mobile8 Telecom had twice transferred money, each Rp50 billion and Rp30 billion.

To pack as if there was a trading transaction of PT Mobile8, "invoice" and previous invoice made "purchase order" as if there is ordering goods from PT DNK, in fact PT DNK never received goods from PT Mobile8 Telecom.

In mid-2008, PT DNK again received tax invoice from PT Mobile 8 Telecom with total value of Rp114,986,400,000, whereas PT DNK never transacted that amount, never received goods and never even made payment.

It is alleged that the tax invoice has been issued as if there were transactions between PT Mobile8 Telecom and PT DNK, used by PT Mobile8 Telecom for the submission of overpayment (tax refund) to the Tax Office Office (KPP) Surabaya, to enter the stock exchange in Jakarta .

In 2009 PT Mobile8 Telecom received restitution payments amounting to Rp10,748,156,345, which the company should not have the right or unauthorized receipt of tax overpayment.

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