The national antigraft agency has seized money and dozens of counterfeit stamps of governmental institutions from the home of Basuki Hariman, a suspect in a bribery case involving former Constitutional Court judge Patrialis Akbar.
Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) spokesman Febri Diansyah said on Wednesday (01/02) that KPK investigators have searched Basuki’s office in Sunter, North Jakarta.
During the search, they have found at least SGD$11,300 in cash, 28 counterfeit stamps and financial reports.
Febri said the confiscated banknotes were related to the bribery case involving the application of a judicial review of the Law No. 41/2014 on Animal Farming and Health.
“We have a document that mentions the names of bribe receivers and amounts of money,” Febri told reporters at the KPK headquarters in South Jakarta, on Tuesday afternoon.
Cash flow details will be disclosed during a court hearing, he added.
The bribery scandal was revealed by the KPK after a sting operation in Jakarta last week.
Patrialis has reportedly received $20,000 and SGD$200,000 ($140,000) in bribes from Basuki. Both have been named suspects, along with K.M. Kamaludin who served as their middleman.