Judge of the Special Court of Corruption Jakarta convicted defendant alleged corruption in the two budgeting Ministry, Angelina Sondakh (Angie), and sentenced her to 4.5 years jailed.
The corruption trial judges at the Corruption Court on Thursday, said Angelina Sondakh guilty of continuing corruption.
In addition to condemning 4.5 years in prison, the judge also requires the defendant to pay a fine of IDR 250 million subsidair six months of confinement.
In court the judge said by witnesses to prove the defendant in court via witness courier, Mindo Rosalina Manulang (Rosa) and courier the defendant had received some money from the Permai Group which has a total of US $ 2,350 billion and IDR 12,58 million.
The testimony, according to the judges, strengthened by the existence of some evidence transcripts of a Blackberry Messenger owned by witnesses and the defendant, Mindo Rosalina Manulang, mention giving some money through couriers in some places.
Previous Public Prosecutor of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) requires defendants alleged corruption in the Ministry of National Education and Kemenpora with sentenced to 12 years in prison, a fine of IDR 500 million, and subsidiary six months in prison.
The court also directed the former of Puteri Indonesia (Miss Indonesia) was also required to pay compensation amounting to IDR 12 million and US $ 2.3 billion.
If the compensation is not paid within one month since the decision is fixed, replaced with a two-year criminal sentence in prison.
Prosecutors judge’s former board members for receiving money totaling US $ 2,350 billion and IDR 12,58 million from Permai Group gradually as a reward for having arranged for the college project budget in the Ministry of National Education and related house athletes of the Ministry of Youth and Sports appropriate referrals to Permai Group.
Based on the fact that the trial prosecutors, Angie had known Permai Group Marketing Director, Mindo Rosalina Manulang (Rosa) through Muhammad Nazaruddin do a deal and agreed to drive demand Rosa budget by requesting a fee of five percent of the project.
Prosecutors consider, Angie guilty of violating on Article 12, Letter A Juncto, in conjunction with Article 18 of Law No. 31 Year 1999 on Eradication of Corruption Act as amended by Act No. 20 of 2001 in conjunction with Article 64 paragraph (1) of the Criminal Justice Act .
There are also things that are considered burdensome that Angie does not support a government program that is still under heavy eradicating corruption. Masaid Adjie’s late wife claimed the rights of communities and social rights, and does not admit and regret his actions.
While it is considered polite Angie alleviate that during her trial, having dependents toddler child, and has never been convicted.
Before the trial Angie said she was ready and willing to face the judge. She has yet to say much and did not want to speculate on the decision.