A joint investigation by the police and the military uncovered a vehicle theft ring involving active soldiers and discovered at least 260 stolen cars and motorcycles kept at a storage facility of the Army in the East Java town of Sidoarjo.
...more than 50 employees of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) are alleged to have accepted bribes from suspects detained at the commission’s facility.
When the TNI makes an offer perhaps, like the Mafia, an offer you cannot refuse.I loved this one:
Authorities Find 260 Stolen Vehicles at Army Facility in Sidoarjo
BUT... the classic example of corruption:
Over 50 KPK Employees Accused of Accepting Bribes from Detainees
As far as I can tell the very well-connected man hasn't made any statements about the incident...as he hasn't made any comments about the beatings and death of opposition campaign worker(s). Not leadership material, IMHO, but it's probably good politics to pretend that nothing happened.Perhaps I missed it, what has former Defense Minister Prabowo had to say