The Attorney General’s Office Opens Up the Case on Henry Surya’s Returned Files

The Attorney General's Office Opens Up the Case on Henry Surya's Returned Files

Jakarta, Reportase – The head of the Public Prosecutor Team at the Attorney General’s Office, Syahnan Tanjung, revealed that the case file for the suspect of fraud and forgery of documents and the Crime of Money Laundering (TPPU) Henry Surya was still incomplete, so it was returned to the Police.

Previously, it was reported that the handling of the case involving the Indosurya boss was entering the P19 stage, or returning the case files to be completed.

According to Article 138 paragraph (2) of the Criminal Procedure Code, Code P19 is used if the Public Prosecutor considers the results of the investigation to be incomplete. Making this P19 can only be done once.

Syahnan also revealed that there are a number of requirements that must be completed by the Police, including regarding evidence of alleged criminal acts of forging letters/documents.

“It is not yet complete regarding the material and formal requirements regarding the evidence for the accusation of Article 263 of the Criminal Code,” said Syahnan to Reportase, Thursday (13/4/2023).

It is known, during a press conference on the arrest of Henry Surya on March 16, the police held a legalized copy of the minutes of the establishment of the Indosurya Savings and Credit Cooperative (KSP) and a Notary Decree as evidence.

“This is to complete the alleged article. There are still other items that we disclose regarding the TPPU,” said Dirtipideksus Bareskrim Polri Brigadier General Whisnu Hermawan, Thursday (16/3/2023).

In this latest case, Henry Surya is threatened with multiple criminal articles. The criminal threats are Article 266 of the Criminal Code, Article 263 of the Criminal Code, and the Law on Money Laundering Crimes.

For information, Article 266 of the Criminal Code reads, “anyone who intentionally abuses the deed as if the contents are in accordance with the truth, if because of this use it can cause harm.”

While Article 263 of the Criminal Code talks about unintentional or intentional acts as an intention and there is no offense of negligence (culpa) in forging letters. As for the Crime of Money Laundering regulated in Law Number 15 of 2002 as Amended by Law Number 25 of 2003.

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