Mega's trials

Tommy Suharto could at least pretend to be worried. After all, Jakarta's onetime crown prince and playboy-in-chief had just sat through the first few days of his trial for the murder of a Supreme Court Justice last year. If convicted, he could face the death penalty. But life in Jakarta's maximum security penitentiary seems to agree with the 39-year-old Tommy, the youngest son of Indonesia's former dictator Suharto. After four months in prison awaiting trial, he arrived for the opening legal arguments last week at a central Jakarta courthouse looking rested and a little plumper. He slumped lazily in his seat,...

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