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Suspect: I didn't hack PM's Office site

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The suspected hacker of the Prime Minister's Office website, a Nakhon Sri Thammarat man, met police investigators on Friday and denied posting the offensive message that humiliated the prime minister. 

The PM's Office website was hacked around noon on Wednesday with a message posted alongside a doctored image of a laughing Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra. The message was derogatory, insulting the premier's intelligence and sexual morality.

Narongrit Suksarn, aka Window 98se, who matches the description of the suspected hacker given by Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung on Thursday, insisted that he did not post the inappropriate message on the PM's Office website.

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