O'Niel & NamaJanuary 12 2012 at 2:09 PM
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 2012
PNG GOVERNMENT BROUGHT IN KNOWN INTERPOL FUGITIVE ON GOVERNMENT JET
TNI scrambled jets but stopped short of forcing Jet to land after learning Deputy PM was abroad.
By: Fafti Yoko
This is to all the people of this so-called Independent State of Papua New Guinea, aka Christian country or whatever prestigious vocabulary you wish to choose.
We would like to bring to light a questionable activity within the new PNG Immigration and Citizenship Authority or PNGICS.
This activity happens during the night, while most of you are settling down trying to go to bed or maybe out having fun, dangerous people are penetrating our borders and using PNG as a safe-haven.
The one of here is an Indonesian fugitive businessman, namely Mr. Joko Soegiarto Tjandra. He enters PNG on a private/chartered jet late in the night when all commercial flight for Air Niugini, Airlines PNG, Virgin Blue and Qantas has closed and seized for the night.
Some of you reading this may know Joko or Djoko. He is wanted by the Indonesian Supreme Court and Interpol (International Police) for Fraud. Joko reportedly conspired with the Indonesian central bank governor Mr. Syahril Sabirin to defraud Rp 546.5 billion (US$53.3 million). The news report about this fraud can be viewed by using this URL Address on the Internet by the Jarkata Post: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2009/06/24/fugitive-joko-tjandra-singapore-ago.html
Mr. Sabirin has been cooperating well with authorities, however, Joko has been on the run and has been using PNG as his safe-haven due to the fact that he has links with the Papindo Group of Companies here in PNG. To prove that Joko is one of Interpol's wanted person, please go to the Interpol website or follow this link: http://www.interpol.int/Wanted-Persons/(wanted_id)/2009-21489
Now here is how Joko is allowed entry into PNG according to ground reports. Peter O'Neil, Member of Parliament/Prime Minister of PNG instructed the Minister responsible for Immigration, Ano Pala to grant Joko access into PNG without any hassle by Immigration Officials. Pala then ordered the O'Neill/Namah appointed Acting Chief Migration Officer (who is also a personal friend to O'Neil) to facilitate Joko's entry. Immigration Officers at Jacksons International Airport are fully aware of who Joko is, however, since this order came from the Minister responsible for Immigration, they have no choice but to comply with the political directives and allow this criminal to enter.
Now comes another new development about the Indonesian Jet Fighters tailing the Falcon on 29 November 2011. The Indonesians can come up with many excuses for that situation, but it is common knowledge not to accuse and survey Politicians based on assumption. Indonesian knows PNG is harbouring and assisting Joko and facilitating the laundering of the dirty money that he stole from his fishy and fraudulent deals. The Indonesians knew that the falcon was carrying a large amount of money on board (money laundering) and other persons on the flight other than our Ministers thus there were jet fighters.
THEY WERE ONLY PROTECTING THEMSELVES, even PNG NEC Government arm does that. PNG Customs doesn't have any records of the money because VIPS get a special treatment and are exempted from hassles by border authorities, I can say this because I always get this treatment when travelling as a VIP in PNG and other countries and that is the truth.
And when Namah was asked by the media why didn't he say anything straight after that, his excuse was that he forgot. Forgot? After you have been tailed by fighter planes? A former military officer forgetting an intimidating situation by Indonesians? Some of you may buy his story. But here is the real story. Causing hostility between both countries would force Indonesians to reveal Joko and that would implicate O'Neill as he and Joko are business partners and close friends.
Now Namah didn't get what he expected from the money that was laundered in by the Falcon Jet. He also knew about Joko, revealing this would also hold him accountable, thus he had to cause a scene. Thus he revealed in the media about the incident in the hope the Indonesians would reveal their real intention and resulting in O'Neill being questioned and Namah only admitting that he was facilitating the PM's orders.
I have said too much already but I stress this out to you all that THIS IS NOT A PROPAGANDA. THIS IS REAL. I am telling you this because of information leaking out from both Namah and O'Neill parties. And I myself know about this whole issue of Joko as I was one of the people who facilitated Joko's entry into PNG for Peter O'Neill. I have no gain in this. I am also NOT on any politicians side, including Somare. I'm working alone, and this account is an alias account just to protect myself.
Follow the URL Address and check on the Internet. I call on the media to investigate with PNG Immigration and PNG Customs because the Police are either bought off, uncertain about their hierarchy or too scared. If you are reading this I have attached documents for the Post Courier and The National newspapers.
Wanted Persons _ Internet _ Home - INTERPOL.pdf
Who owns Rp 546b worth of liquidity funds_ _ The Jakarta Post.pdf
Fugitve in Singapore
Lawyer unaware Tjandra in Singapore
State set to receive billions in BLBI funds _ The Jakarta Post.pdf
Permata must return BLBI scandal funds_ AGO _ The Jakarta Post.pdf
AGO `reluctant to hunt BLBI fugitive' _ The Jakarta Post.pdf
Re: O'Niel & Nama
|January 12 2012, 3:18 PM |
This culprit has hidden out in PNG before and his sister was recently involved in a failed effort to bribe Lands Dept officers to award her some land that belonged to TST.
This is the same lady who is doing the big deal to grow rice in Central and eventually be the only one who will be able to import rice.A bit like Ramu Sugar.
Her brother who is one of our knights and owns Papindo was the one who was involved in the cocoa deal and also several dishonest and highly suspicious land matters.
Do we really need thses types here.
|January 12 2012, 3:34 PM |
Indonesian fugitive flees to PNG
By Online Editor
2:47 pm GMT+12, 23/06/2009, Papua New Guinea
wealthy Indonesian fugitive, Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra
A wealthy Indonesian fugitive involved in a K150 million bank scandal has fled to Papua New Guinea, reports The National
Indonesia’s judiciary commission has urged that country’s supreme court to investigate the possible leak of its ruling against Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra, convicted in a 546-billion rupiah (K150 million) bank scandal, which enabled him to flee the country before the ruling was officially handed down.
Commission chief Busyro Muqoddas said on Saturday that the public had voiced concern over the possibility that the verdict was leaked from within the supreme court, giving Djoko, who was sentenced to two years in prison, time to escape to PNG just a day before the verdict was handed down.
“The supreme court must respond to the public’s concerns regarding Djoko’s escape. The chief justice should investigate who disclosed the information,” Mr Busyro told reporters.
“They (whoever leaked the information) must be punished and dismissed from the court,” he said.
Indonesian Corruption Watch (ICW) said it was impossible for Djoko to know the verdict before hand without someone from inside the court telling him.
“We have a strong reason to suspect information was leaked from the inside,” Danang Widyoko of the ICW said on Sunday.
Chief justice Harifin Tumpa however, rejected claims the verdict was leaked.
“I am sure there was no leakage,” he told reporters on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Djoko’s lawyer has promised that the businessman will return to Indonesia and surrender to the attorney-general’s office (AGO) immediately, despite the fact that he has failed to contact his client since he fled.
“I’ve met Djoko Tjandra’s family recently and told them that it would be better for him to surrender, and they responded positively,” Djoko’s lawyer Otto Cornelius Kaligis told The Jakarta Post
AGO spokesman Jasman Pandjaitan told local media last week that Djoko flew to Port Moresby on June 10, using a rented plane from Halim Perdanakusumah airport in Jakarta.
Kaligis denied Djoko fled to Port Moresby to avoid imprisonment, saying: “He went there on a business trip. My client also runs a lot of business there.”
Kaligis said his client needed several days to calm down.
“He is still shocked after hearing that the Supreme Court sentenced him to two years in jail.”
The court has sentenced former Indonesian central bank governor Syahril Sabirin to two years in jail in the same case.
He began serving his term at the Cipinang prison in East Jakarta last Tuesday.
Meanwhile, lawyers for both convicts said that they would file a judicial review against the supreme court’s verdict
SOURCE: THE NATIONAL/PACNEWS
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