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By Timur Abimanyu, SH.




His name is Gaius Halomoan P. Tambunan. His reputation in the career of arguably no sound.
Lightly. Just the level of group III A of the Tax Directorate of the Ministry of Finance. About
salary too modest. Say five to Rp 12 million, inclusive of allowances and such.But talk to
another property. Apparently for Gaius between income and wealth do not always directly
proportional. Despite paying that much, he could sleep for days on vacation in hotels abroad.
Friday last week, Kompas and the Jakarta Globe reporters, taking pictures (very similar) she
was pleasure in Bali, watching tennis on the Commonwealth Bank Tournament of Champions
WTA in Nusa Dua, Bali.
His home is in Ivory Park View, Kelapa Gading, North Jakarta. Being in the corner as well.
The residence is located in hoek like Gaius house price is USD 3.2 billion, this figure was
pegged developers in 2003, certainly now more looming.As residents of the area elite, would
have been in a car garage, inside the house there is clear branded furniture. Not to mention the
money in her account. Never revealed any money of Rp 25 billion. Another time, another
USD 70 billion. Naturally, if he has expensive hobbies swinging a golf club.
Do not ask how to get it. If honest, being an employee for life even he was unable to
accumulate that much wealth. One of the chances of stacking the money is through its
position as the Review Objection to the Directorate General of Taxation. The trick, yes
evading taxes so the smallest employers (if necessary to zero), partly flowing into the
account.That such work was illegal, that's true. But lightly for Gaius. Look at when he
investigated in the case of corruption, embezzlement, and money laundering. Evidence is
money in his account of USD 25 billion. The police handled his case. When entering into any
attorney, the Attorney General formed a team to handle the case of Gaius.
Looking at the composition of the team, it's Gaius will not escape the law. Instead, here
unique. The team of police and prosecutors working with sloping steps. For example, money
that was confiscated Rp 25 billion and then shrink so Rp 395 million. The rest is not clear
where his run. In court, the prosecutor reduced the amount of the targeted article. Just a year
in jail and charged with embezzlement. Tangerang District Court judge for Gaius free
hammer knock.Later revealed, that the money from the account of Gaius that was distributed
to a number of law enforcement. Starting from police to judges. For very noisy reported, the
police back after Gaius.

Gaius exposed to three chapters at once in this case, namely the corruption, embezzlement
and money laundering, but strangely at the trial he demanded only in article 1 of article that is
just fraud. And get a relatively light sentence which is 1-year experiment, but then he even
released.Meanwhile, a number of police processed into court. But only the lower middle class,
while the officers involved have not been touched. There is also the prosecutor, he said hell,
being processed, but no clear result until now. Then officials in court, it is darker longer.
Gaius was processed. Arrested in Singapore, the end of March 2010. Then he was thrown into
prison Brimob, Kelapa Dua, Depok, since early April 2010. During the review for the second
time, a lot of stories that milling. Including his confession about the tax mengemplang
businessman using his services. Also about the money which is then confiscated again, worth
Rp 70 billion.Trial in South Jakarta District Court, he again reveals that the entrepreneur. But
so far police have not dared to touch the entrepreneur.When legal process is under way, uh
Gaius even caught on camera Kompas and the Jakarta Globe reporters are on vacation in Bali.
Apparently the prisoners who have been known extra tight, do not make Gaius really stuck.
He still could roam even watch a tennis match in Bali, Friday, November 5, 2010.
Gaius tried to argue, that photo was not him. However, police did not cover up problems.
Chief of Police East Komjen Pradopo ordered fully investigate this case. "This case is going
to be a bad precedent for the police," he told reporters.Chief of Police Public Relations
Division Inspector General Iskandar Hasan told me openly that there are a number of officers
in the Mobile Brigade who allegedly received bribes from Gaius. He explained that there are
nine officers be prosecuted. Didi Syamsudin, Member of Parliament Law Commission,
assessing nice open step by the police this time. "It would be better if the case be investigated
thoroughly. Including the tax mengemplang entrepreneurs," said he. by Nurlis Effendi

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