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61. news | 25 Dec 2014
» Police are seeking the arrest of more suspects in connection with the alleged criminal network run by former Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief Pongpat Chayapan.
62. news | 24 Dec 2014
» The Criminal Court on Wednesday sentenced a former police superintendent to three years in jail for offering a bribe to a Constitution Court judge in the Thai Rak Thai Party dissolution case in 2006.
63. news | 24 Dec 2014
» The Anti-Money Laundering Office (Amlo) has seized more assets, valued over 1 billion baht, from the alleged criminal network of former Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief Pongpat Chayapan.
64. news | 23 Dec 2014
» The Anti-Money Laundering Office on Tuesday resolved to seize more than billion baht in cash and valuables from former Central Investigation Bureau chief Pongpat Chayapan and other suspects in his alleged criminal ring.
65. opinion | 23 Dec 2014
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» Re: "Civil, criminal suits over rice losses", (BP, Dec 19).
66. news | 22 Dec 2014
» His Majesty the King has signed a royal command revoking the military rank of army captain Natthapol Suwadee, whose former surname was Akkharaphongpricha, one of the suspects in the alleged criminal network of former Cen...
67. news | 22 Dec 2014
» When a crime is committed in an isolated rural spot it is often difficult to catch the criminal, without eyewitnesses or closed-circuit cameras to provide leads.
68. news | 21 Dec 2014
» Former Central Investigation Bureau chief Pongpat Chayapan and four others, one of them a new suspect, in his alleged criminal network are facing an additional warrant on charges of taking bribes from online football gam...
69. news | 21 Dec 2014
» UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) - North Korea comes under scrutiny Monday at the UN Security Council in the first-ever meeting on its dismal rights record, amid calls for Pyongyang to be referred to the International Crim...
70. news | 20 Dec 2014
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has vowed to pursue criminal and civil charges against those responsible for an estimated 680 billion baht of losses incurred in the rice-pledging scheme.