A Voyage Into the Darkness of Indonesia…

If Jonathan Swift had written a satire on corruption in Indonesia, he couldn't have imagined a more farcical plot than that involving Gayus Tambunan. In just eight months, the detained civil servant, a mid-level tax official, managed to bribe his way out of prison 68 times, fly to at least three other countries in a dubious disguise and even bribe his way out of bribery charges.

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