Marwan Adli

Marwan Adli

Arrest Nusakambangan Narcotics Penitentiary Chief at The National Narcotics Agency

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Warden - Narcotics Penitentiary

Chief Warden - Nusakambangan Narcotics Penitentiary

Head - Special Narcotics Penitentiary of Nusakambangan

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• March 9, 2011: The National Narcotics Agency arrest Nusakambangan Narcotics Penitentiary chief Marwan Adli and two of his subordinates for receiving money from a drug-dealing inmate.
Sept. 18, 2011: A riot breaks out at Muaradua Penitentiary in Ogan Komering Ulu Selatan regency, South Sumatra.

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Marwan Adli, the former warden of the Narcotics Penitentiary on Nusakambangan Island - Indonesia's Alcatraz - has been sentenced to thirteen years in prison for assisting a drug ring operating inside the penitentiary, and money laundering.
He was also ordered to pay a fine of 10 billion rupiah [about £710,000]. Adli says that he will appeal: "I feel that this sentence is too much for me.

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Another humiliating event that occurred in the past week saw the chief warden at Nusakambangan Narcotics Penitentiary in Cilacap regency, Central Java, Marwan Adli, and two of his subordinates arrested by the National Narcotics Agency (BNN) for allegedly receiving money from a drug-dealing inmate.

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