Indonesia: Anti-Money Laundering Agency Joins Police, TNI Independent Drug Probe
17 Aug 2016

Members from a police-initiated independent team will meet anti-money laundering agency officials soon to investigate the alleged involvement of law enforcers in drug-trafficking rings in the country.

The Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Center (PPATK) recently found suspicious transactions of funds worth Rp 3.6 trillion ($275 million) allegedly involving the bank accounts of members of Freddy Budiman’s drug syndicate, including those overseas.

“We have prepared a number of questions alongside their matrix. We will convey them when we meet with the PPATK later,” team member and University of Indonesia communications expert Effendi Gazali said on Tuesday (16/08).

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