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Probe finds deep flaws in ‘Boss’ investigation; police chief urges drugs, speeding charges


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Riddled with flaws .!  Should that not be fiddled with laws ...

So he gets fined for drug use and a bit if speeding.  Thats it, all finushed and he is free. How about all the other charges ?

Well, well, well, what do we have here.  Is this the bomb that will sink "Boss" Red Bull, as well as all of those who were on the take and received there brown envelopes.  When there are to many finge

Couldn't be bothered to read this kind of "the sky is blue" report.

 

A waste of time investigating, reporting and talking about the flipping obvious!!!

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8 minutes ago, hobz said:

I wonder if they will also investigate the prosecutors involved in the case. not only the police. They all need to at least lose their jobs

 Perhaps they all belong in jail on corruption charges.

Will have to build another jail to house all these

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Unless they actually find those where bribed, nobody is going to believe any of these fake probes. 

 

Every Thai knows what happened. These white washing attempts are making it worse. 

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14 hours ago, samsensam said:

 

what a mess, but that's where corruption, ineptitude, unprofessional-ism and avoiding responsibility get you

Yes, shows what the RTP really is, the RTP should be dismantled and step 1 all senior officer detained so that they cannot influence anything whilst a team of ethical army officers temporarily take over the senior jobs. Plus a complete redevelopment of police training and those involved previously (in developing and delivering training) sacked. Plus recruitment of police taken over by an outside agency with every step of all recruitment available for public scrutiny. 

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a deal has been done to charge him only with lesser offences, probably none of them extraditable. Even if he is charged when/if arrested, does anyone think he will get a "fair"trial? Just more people will be sharing the bounty.

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