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7 minutes ago, lovethai123 said:

but he said no illegal casino. 

 

 

be careful about quoting unapproved news sources !

(tongue in cheek)

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the Must be a hell of a BIG graveyard to accommodate all plod accused of misconduct or negligence.

Rayong police commander removed over gambling-related COVID-19 outbreak     The provincial police chief of Thailand’s eastern province of Rayong has been removed from his post and

Nope.  Corrupt senior police don't work for lousy paychecks or benefits.  Their source of wealth is that fat income from all the graft coming-in from illegal activities in their territory.  They sit a

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3 hours ago, OJAS said:
4 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

transferred to work at the operations centre of the Royal Thai Police

 

Is this the new euphemism for "transferred to inactive duties"? If so, then it would not IMHO be unreasonable to conclude that the RTP's Operations Centre isn't exactly a hive of activity!

 

They did away with the Hello Kitty bracelet years ago

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12 hours ago, dahinni said:

graveyard for corrupt guys like this,  if guilty!!!!

fired and jail 

Nope, more likely only the transfer to another post and the gambling den will have to close down for a few weeks. TIT

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13 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The abrupt transfer of Pol Maj-Gen Papatdet Katephan was ordered by the national police chief, Pol Gen Suwat Chaengyodsuk, after 85 people in the province were found to be infected with COVID-19, a cluster of infections linked to an illegal gambling den.

I bet he regrets his "Ratner" moment....

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Four police officers in Rayong transferred after gambling den becomes Covid-19 hotspot

By THE NATION

 

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National Police chief Pol General Suwat Jangyodsuk on Monday signed an order transferring four senior police officers of Muang Rayong police station to the Provincial Police Operation Centre 2, a news source revealed.

 

The four officers will no longer serve under their original command and will remain under the chief of Provincial Police Operation Centre 2 until further notice, as per the order.

 

Rayong police chief Pol Maj-General Paphatdet Ketphan had earlier been shifted to an inactive post after health authorities tracked more than 90 cases and one death in the eastern province to illegal gambling.

 

The four senior officers who have been shunted away are:

 

Pol Lt-Colonel Kiattiphong Kromkhunthod, the superintendent (crime suppression);

 

Pol Lt-Colonel Kosol Kerdmanee, superintendent (investigation);

 

Pol Lt-Colonel Khamphan Kwanthong, inspector (investigation);

 

Pol Colonel Thana Wisetchai, inspector (crime suppression).

 

The Royal Thai Police will set up an investigation committee to look into the matter for possible dereliction of duty or abuse of power by police officers, added the source.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30400402

 

 

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14 hours ago, foreverlomsak said:

Does this mean COVID in Thailand is the is the fault of the police because Thai people cannot refrain from gambling.

No but as gambling is illegal in Thailand it means he he hasnt been doing his job for one reason or another so thats the fault of the police. The gambling dens probablly havent helped due to other issues like social distancing and wearing of masks.

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