[FALSE] Headmaster and Teacher Who Corrupt BOS Fund Will Get to Jail for Life
An article titled “Headmaster and Teacher Who Corrupt BOS Fund Will Get to Jail for Life” is misleading information. In the “Attachment I Permendikbud 76/2014, in Chapter VIII regarding Supervision, Inspection and Sanctions” abuser BOS fund will get dismissal, demotion, work mutation, and compensation as many as abuser corrupts the BOS fund.
There is an article titled “Headmaster and Teacher Who Corrupt BOS Fund Will Get to Jail for Life”. Source of the article is from
In that site, there is a photo which display someone who was arrested and he/she escorted by two men.
In site of an article “Headmaster and Teacher Who Corrupt BOS Fund Will Get to Jail for Life”, there is no date when the article was released, who is the author, and where the office of the site is located. Also, name of domain from the site is just blogspot.com.
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Jump to core of content, the author wrote,
“Teachers must be careful and more transparent in managing BOS funds from now on so that they do not experience the same fate as the next teacher who ends in life imprisonment.
Not many publications, secretly the Attorney General’s Office (Kejari) detained educators related to School Operational Assistance (BOS) funds that were not channeled properly and finally got caught in the sentence that was….. Read More …”
This article has two paragraphs and “read more” which jumps to another site. But, when we clicked on the “read more”, we found nothing. The site of “read more” had already broken. “Read more” sent us to
and there is no information that we can get.
After we searched for the photo by Russian photo search site, Yandex, we found same photo in another site. The sites are Pojokpitu.com, Peloporkrimsus.com, Radarjember.id, dan Faktajember.com.
There were no information about corrupt BOS fund from all of the sites (Pojokpitu.com, Peloporkrimsus.com, Radarjember.id, dan Faktajember.com).
The photo told us about the corruption case by Arie Dwi Susanto, former treasurer of the Regency Football Association (ASKAP) of the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) in Jember for the 2014–2015 fiscal year, with a state loss of Rp2.7 billion.
Arie Dwi Susanto was named by the Jember District Attorney as a suspect in July 2017. Peloporkrimsus wrote that according to the Head of the Jember District Attorney Ponco Hartono, the Prosecutor’s Office summoned Arie as treasurer of ASKAP PSSI 2014/2015.
Of the two named suspects, namely the chairman and treasurer of Askab PSSI, only Arie as treasurer fulfilled the summons. Quoted from Pojokpitu.com, the prosecutor charged the two defendants with a sentence of 1 year and 6 months and a fine of Rp50 million. Arie was convicted of working on a fictitious accountability report for the 2014–2015 fiscal year.
Based on information that we searched for before, we get that all about the article “Headmaster and Teacher Who Corrupt BOS Fund Will Get to Jail for Life” is misleading information. And the blogger took a picture from another site without permission from original site.