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Family split over murder inquiry

Akeyuth's relatives disagree over further investigation into his murder

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  • Writer: Thanida Tansubhapol and Wassayos Ngamkham
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The relatives of slain businessman Akeyuth Anchanbutr remain at odds over whether the investigation into his murder should continue, a lawyer representing the family has revealed. 

AT CLOSE RANGE: Sutthipong Pimpisarn, one of the four suspects in the murder of businessman Akeyuth Anchanbutr, shows how he approached Akeyuth after the latter got inside the vehicle. Nititorn Lamlua, a member of the slain businessman’s legal team, took part in the re-enactment at the Metropolitan Police Bureau Saturday.

Suwat Apaipak, the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) lawyer who leads a legal team working on the case, said Saturday some relatives did not want to pursue the case because they were still shocked and fearful.

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