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Trouble follows noted graft fighter

After vowing to pursue graft cases, former PACC chief is now watching his own back - Red flags were raised when the national police chief sought to enforce the security law for the next Pitak Siam rally - Firebrand UDD co-leader seems to be taking a more conciliatory tone

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Lady Justice is often depicted wearing a blindfold to symbolise objectivity, but to Dusadee Arayawuthi, the former Public Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC) secretary-general, it might have another meaning altogether. 

Dusadee: Under investigation

Being a whistle-blower in the Thai bureaucracy often comes at a cost and Pol Col Dusadee, now a deputy justice permanent secretary, is learning this the hard way.

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