Not Imprisoned for Polite Reasons, Rachel Vennya Makes Netizens Angry and Trending Topic

Rachel Venya and her lover, Salim Nauderer were sentenced to 4 months in prison with 8 months probation. Even though he was found guilty for running away during quarantine, the celebrity two children did not go to jail. Rachel will be jailed if she commits a felony during her eight-month probationary period.

In his verdict, the judge said that what was mitigating was Rachel frankly admitting her actions and being cooperative during the legal process. Sejarah radio dan televisi

“The thing that makes it easier for the defendant to admit his actions frankly, the defendant is not complicated in giving information at trial, the defendant is polite at trial,” said the judge during the trial for reading the verdict on the Rachel Vennya case at the Tangerang District Court, Friday (10/12).

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The judge’s reasoning for being polite and cooperative during the investigation apparently made netizens angry and disappointed. This makes netizens busy making voices on social media to occupy the trending topic on Twitter.

Netizens are busy tweeting loud innuendos for Indonesian law and Rachel. There were even those who were provoked by emotion because the ex-wife of Niko Al Hakim or Okin was not imprisoned. Siaran radio

“The judge was very kind to Rachel Vennya, 1. The sentence was commuted because it was polite and the answer was not complicated. 2. Not imprisoned and only given a probationary period of 8 months. In this case, it’s better if all cases in Indonesia are commuted, the sentences are basically polite,” he tweeted. netizens on Twitter criticized.

“Rachel Ven is furious. If she becomes an active endorser on IG and the plagues spread again, it’s a mental illness to support it,” snapped the netizen.

“Come on, let’s unfollow Buna aka Rachel Vennya, there’s no need to be an influencer,” said another netizen.

Previously he was named a suspect for allegedly violating Article 93 of Law Number 6 of 2018 concerning Health Quarantine and or Article 14 of Law Number 4 of 1984 concerning Disease Outbreaks. Peralatan dan Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga

On several occasions, Rachel Vennya admits what she did was a mistake. He reasoned that he did not complete the quarantine until it was finished after returning from the United States because he missed his children.

The presiding judge decided that Rachel Vennya and three other people were proven to have violated Article 9 paragraph 1 and or obstructed the implementation of health quarantine, thereby causing a public health emergency, as regulated and threatened with crime in article 93 junto article 9 paragraph 1 of the Republic of Indonesia Law Number 6 of 2018 concerning health quarantine in conjunction with article 55 paragraph 1 1 of the Criminal Code. Acara televisi

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