• Bali politician, ex-vice DPRD chairman, made to reenact drug dealing scenes as part of police investigation

    Jero Komang Gede Swastika, also known as Mang Jangol, has been removed from Indoneisa’s Gerindra political party following a drug dealing scandal. Photo via baliprov.go.id

    The former Balinese politician who got kicked out of his party, Gerindra, for allegedly dealing drugs out of his house then went on the run to temporarily evade an inevitable arrest, was made to reenact drug dealing scenes as part of a police investigation.

    Former vice chairman of the Bali Province Regional Legislative Council (DPRD), Jro Gede Komang Swastika, alias Mang Mangol, had to participate in 64 scenes with seven other witnesses on Monday that police reconstructed based on findings from their investigation so far.

    “So, starting at 10:30am, until 1pm, we carried out the reconstruction, including eight suspects,” said Denpasar Police Narcotics Investigation Unit Chief Wayan Arta Ariawan, as quoted by Detik.

    The scene reconstructions, attended by the district attorney and the suspects’ legal counsel, were mostly done at Swastika’s home in Denpasar on Jl. Pulau Batanta, says the police unit chief.

    “Altogether, there were 64 scenes, related to each suspect’s role and also additional activities conducted by suspects outside of the main scene,” Ariawan explained.

    The scenes featured a raid on Jangol’s home on Nov. 4, when police first tried to arrest the politician, but he got away.

    “Based on the statement from the suspect, he admits he was home during the search,” Ariawan said.

    It’s alleged that Jangol dealt drugs out of his home, primarily meth, and that he had five rooms in the house that could be used for dealing to his customers.

    Some of the other suspects in this case include Jangol’s older brother, Wayan Kembar, along with one of his three wives, Dewi Ratna. 

    Under Indonesia’s strict anti-narcotics laws, Jangol will face charges carrying life imprisonment or the maximum penalty of death, according to local reports. Not helping his case is that he evaded arrest for nine days after the raid on his house, when he was finally found hiding out in a cowshed in Gianyar, Bali on Nov. 13.

    Sources: https://coconuts.co/bali/news/bali-politician-ex-vice-dprd-chairman-made-reenact-drug-dealing-scenes/
    Re-posted by Pande

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