Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Mahfud MD apparently opened the drama scenario version of Inspector General Ferdi Sambo in the murder case of Brigadier J or Brigadier Joshua, which last Friday (8/7/2022) his official Happened at the residence. At that point, Ferdi Sambo burst into tears, realizing that he was accompanied by his own colleague, Brigadier J.
Inspector General Ferdi Sambo cried bitterly “I have been abused and unfairly treated, if I had been there I would have killed Brigadier J immediately”, with Mahfood MD apparently destroying the drama scenario of the former chief of the Propam Division.
Following the appointment of Inspector General Ferdi Sambo, the former head of the Propam Division, a picture of daughter Chandravati dressed in a pink sarcophagus uniform and smiling at the cellphone camera that Brigadier J was holding to take pictures was circulated.
In the photo, daughter Chandravati is seen, holding Brigadier J’s hand. Besides him, there were 2 other colleagues who took the photo. It is known, the circulating photo coincides with the celebration of the anniversary of the National Police on July 1, 2022.
The photo also shows the figure of Bripka RR or Ricky Rizzle, who is now officially a suspect in the murder of Brigadier J. However, many have questioned in the photo that the daughter actually looks closer to Brigadier J than her colleague Brigadier RR.,
Brigadier J’s lawyer Kamaruddin Simjuntak revealed that the alleged motive behind the killing of Brigadier J at the official residence of Inspector General Ferdi Sambo, the former head of the Propam Division, was not sexual harassment. The reason being, Joshua’s family said that Brigadier J was the favorite child of Princess Candravati and Ferdi Sambo, so what was the real motive?
The cause of Brigadier J’s murder still remains a mystery, Brigadier J’s lawyer Kamaruddin Simanjuntak said that according to the parents of the deceased, Ferdi Sambo and daughter Kandarvati were in love with their child and often accompanied them to their ‘own children’. was treated like