Paul Handoko, a Jakarta businessman who has been embroiled in a long series of cases before the Denpasar District court for his role in attempting to illegally expropriate a villa in Sanur, the physical assault on a newspaper reporter and falsifying legal documents is now a wanted man on the “most wanted” list of the Indonesian police.
A sentence of three months prison has ben affirmed on final appeal before the Indonesian Supreme Court for presenting falsified land certificates in a property dispute for a private villa owned by a Singapore businessman in Batujimbar, Sanur.
Efforts by the chief prosecutor to summon Paul Handoko to begin serving his three-month prison sentence have been unsuccessful, despite three written summons sent to Handoko.
Chief Bali prosecutor, I Nyoman Sucitrawan, told Denpost that “summons have already been unsuccessfully sent three times to Handoko calling on the Jakarta businessman to present himself to prosecutors in order to begin serving his prison sentence.
Prosecutors have now placed Paul Hando on the “most wanted” list circulated at to national and international police authorities.
[Two Strikes for Paul Handoko]
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