Seller of GT200 fake bomb detectors given another 9 years in third conviction

In the third conviction concerning with the fake bomb detector known as GT200, Avia Satcom executive Sutthiwat Wattanakit was on Wednesday sentenced to nine years imprisonment by Don Mueang District…

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TO GO WITH AFP STORY “Thailand-south-unrest-rights-Britain,FOCUS’ by Aidan Jones This picture taken on March 2, 2010 shows a Thai soldier using a GT200 detector as he patrols the streets of Yala, in Thailand’s restive south. Human rights activists say more than 400 people have been locked up — some for up to two years — on the basis of spurious evidence gleaned by the device, which is at the centre of a British fraud probe and that experts say is useless. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / AFP

NACC breaks silence on GT200 investigation

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) broke its long silence about its probes into the procurement of the fake bomb detectors GT200 by several state security-related agencies with an announcement that…

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