Three arrest warrants issued in Thai one hundred forty million baht online playing extortion case

Arrest warrants have been issued for three people believed to be concerned in the extortion of six suspects related to an online playing case. Deputy national police chief, Surachate Hakparn, confirmed the issuance of the warrants for Veera Nasab, his spouse, and Phisit Nakhisornpanee, on expenses of bribery and theft.
Veera and Phisit are suspected to have fled to a neighbouring nation on June thirteen after discovering they had been being investigated through police connections. In Chon Buri‘s Bang Lamung district, Veera’s residence was searched, the place legislation enforcement found money, a flash drive, a cell phone SIM card, a memory card, and a gold ring. The cash was not confiscated, as officers imagine it was earned from Veera’s speedboat rental firm, Bangkok Post reported.
The situation gained consideration on Thursday when six people filed a criticism with Khu Khot police in Pathum Thani, accusing Chon Buri police chief Kamphon Leelaprapaporn and his team of demanding one hundred forty million baht to avoid prosecution for operating a web-based playing site called Foxbet168.
According to Surachate, Gift than 12 cops had been involved within the scheme, and no warrants were issued because the officers did not try and reject the accusation. The officers were transferred to the Royal Thai Police operations command centre and are under investigation for their private contacts and monetary transactions. A disciplinary process will follow, Surachate added.
Nine officers, together with Damrongsak Onta, superintendent at the Cyber Investigation Bureau (CCIB), and Pathomphong Meeyu of CCIB, met with investigators on Sunday and have been accused of malfeasance by public officers, theft, illegal detention, and demanding or receiving bribes. They denied the allegations..

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