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Dangerous deception with passengers at an Indonesian airport

Nosrabaz gang tests passengers' corona with swabs used to raise money, arrests 5 suspects INDONESIA - Dangerous fraud has been revealed...

Dangerous deception with passengers at an Indonesian airport

Nosrabaz gang tests passengers' corona with swabs used to raise money, arrests 5 suspects


INDONESIA - Dangerous fraud has been revealed with passengers at the airport in Indonesia, where samples for the corona test of passengers were taken from used swabs. According to the details, the police said that the Nosrabaz group tested the corona of the passengers with the swabs used in the money laundering cycle.


Indonesian police say more than 10,000 passengers were tested using used swabs, which also earned the Norbaz group thousands of dollars. According to police, five employees of Chemia Pharma, a major pharmaceutical company in Indonesia, were arrested on April 27 on charges of washing and re-packing kits of rapid antigen swabs.


The kits were later used to take passenger samples at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Maiden. All passengers on local flights in Indonesia must provide a negative Coronavirus test report before boarding, and the company sells test kits at Maiden Airport. The fraud had been going on for the past four months, police said.


North Sumatra police spokesman Grand Commissioner Hadi Waheedi said authorities were trying to determine the number of patients affected by the swabs. He said that the accused had started this heinous act on December 17, 2020. Even if there are 50 to 100 customers a day, the number of users who have used soybeans so far is about ten thousand.


The defendants have been charged under Indonesian health laws and the country's Consumer Protection Law, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years and five years in prison, respectively. 


The arrested suspects include the business manager of the company. Police say each suspect had a unique role in the fraud, which involved washing, repacking, and then delivering soybeans to laboratories. Police also recovered recycled materials and 10,000 during the raid. Passengers were charged 14 per swab


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