Former National Police chief detective will disclose a multi-trillion tax fraud case in his second book, which will be published soon.
Book writer Izharry Agusjaya Moenzir said that similar to the first book titled “Bukan Testimoni Susno” (Not Susno’s Testimony), the second book was being written based on an interview with Susno.
“Data needed to compose the second book has been collected. We are waiting for the right momentum to launch the book,” Izharry said as quoted by kompas.com.
In the second book Susno talks about mega tax fraud amounting to Rp 250 trillion (US$27.7 billion), Izharry said Saturday.
Susno refused to turn up for a questioning at the National Police Headquarters as a witness in connection with an alleged case brokering mafia within the police force on Thursday, saying he feared it was a trap to arrest him. On Friday Susno sought protection from the Witness and Victim Protection Agency (LPSK).
Susno, who lost his chief detective post after a presidential team uncovered a plot to frame two Corruption Eradication Commission leaders last November, has come under media spotlight after he struck back by unveiling a case brokering practice involving a tax official, police officers and state prosecutors. A suspect in the case said Susno was part of the case brokering mafia himself.
Izharry said 30,000 copies of Susno’s first book had been sold.