Penggelapan Mobil Mewah Terbongkar, Diduga Dilakukan Bea Cukai Soekarno-Hatta

Key Takeaways:

  • A legal team from OC Liang Sen & Associate in Malaysia is reporting an issue related to luxury cars to the Attorney General's Office in Indonesia.
  • Nine luxury vehicles, including brands like Rolls-Royce and Lamborghini, entered Indonesia for an exhibition and were supposed to be re-exported afterward, as supported by the relevant documents.
  • Currently, these cars are at Soekarno-Hatta Customs, and there is suspicion that the cars have been improperly used or distributed outside their intended purpose.
  • The legal team previously had permission to inspect the cars physically at Customs, but upon their arrival, they were denied access even though they were responsible for covering associated fines and costs.
  • There is suspicion of misuse of authority (Article 421) by Customs officials at Soekarno-Hatta, hence the report to the Attorney General.
  • The legal team suspects the cars may have already been sold privately, as they are stored in a private warehouse and appear to have changed hands based on the team’s inability to access them for physical inspection.
  • The mentioned vehicles arrived around 2022 for a luxury car exhibition, and there is concern that physical or data alterations may have occurred if the vehicles were sold.
  • Due to these suspicions, the legal team has attempted a physical check of the vehicles but was not allowed, leading them to file a report on potential abuse of position.

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