Former park chief indicted for murder over enforced disappearance of Karen activist

The Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) has decided to indict former Kaeng Krachan National Park chief Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn for pre-meditated murder over the disappearance and presumed death of indigenous Karen…

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OAG Intervention sought in new bid to get bail for monarchy reform activist

Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) have sought help from the Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) by asking them to instruct police to question three defence witnesses, in a renewed…

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Former deputy attorney-general Nate Naksuk

Top prosecutor in Red Bull heir hit and run case dismissed from service

The Public Prosecution Service Commission decided to dismiss former deputy attorney-general Nate Naksuk today (Wednesday), after finding him guilty of negligence in the performance of his duty in the handling…

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Rider of 'big bike' involved in fatal accident to be indicted on nine charges

Rider of ‘big bike’ involved in fatal accident to be indicted on nine charges

Public prosecutors have decided to indict on nine charges a police officer who fatally injured an eye doctor in an accident with his large motorcycle at a zebra crossing in…

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‘Joe Ferrari’, six other ex-cops to be prosecuted for murder in fatal torture case

The attorney-general has given the greenlight to the prosecution of former Police Colonel Thitisan Uttanaphon, aka “Joe Ferrari”, and six other former police officers on multiple charges, including premediated murder…

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Police handed over the case against Thitisan Uttanaphon and six other former police officers to the Attorney-General’s team on November 3, 2021. Photo Courtest of the Office of the Attorney-General

Attorney General’s team promises no release of ‘Joe Ferrari’, six other former cops yet

The Attorney General’s spokespeople today (Wednesday) promised not to release seven former police officers, currently detained for allegedly murdering a suspect in custody, without concluding the case. Speaking at a…

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Panthongtae Shinawatra free as Attorney General will not appeal his acquittal

Thailand’s Attorney General has decided to not appeal against the acquittal, by the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases, of Mr. Panthongtae Shinawatra, the only son of former Prime…

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