The evidence is strong and has been verified and it is just a matter of time before a police officer protected by his colleagues will join eight other suspects facing charges of hunting protected animals inside Kaeng Krachan National Park, the park chief said on Tuesday.
Park chief Chaiwat Limlikhit-aksorn said the park would supply the evidence to state prosecutors needed to add Pol Lt Col Theerayuth Ketmangmee to the list of defendants on charges of illegally hunting protected wildlife inside the park.
"I am only waiting for the Office of the Attorney-General. All evidence is ready (for submission)," he said.
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