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Deadly driver Jenphop agrees to blood test 15 days later

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Deadly Driver Jenphop Agrees to Blood Test 15 Days Later
By Teeranai Charuvastra
Staff Reporter

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Scene of the accident on March 13 in Ayutthaya province.

AYUTTHAYA — A wealthy businessman who killed two graduate students in a high-speed car crash has agreed to a blood test 15 days after the accident, a police commander said.

Blood was taken today from the 37-year-old suspect, Jenphop Viraporn, who had not been tested sooner because police lacked his consent to do so, according to Maj. Gen. Sutthi Puangpikul, commander of Ayutthaya police.

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/detail.php?newsid=1459165960&typecate=06&section=

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-- Khaosod English 2016-03-29

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Imbeciles.

i think u rate them too highly

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Trying to work out the purpose of this blood-test.

Are drivers allowed to refuse a breath-test until it suits them ?

The Thai-English actress did so when she drove into a police-car and killed the sleeping occupant.

And now this.

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What a joke this is. 15 days later?? Really??

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I wonder how much that little perk cost him? Is there any question about the stupidity and class bias of the Thai legal system? gigglem.gif

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I think it can take up to 2 weeks for certain drugs to get out of your system.

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And in a few years from now, another police general will wonder why the system has failed to do it's job

properly like the case with the red bull kid now......

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What a joke this is. 15 days later?? Really??

Furthermore, he will probably be able to use the results from that test to escape punishment if their is a court hearing for it. A big IF

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I'm sure he already knows he will pass..as he's waited long enough and being tested already to make sure..either that or like the 'test' done in the KT issue its rigged..wouldn't it be refreshing if one day a HiSo was pulled immediately after the accident and tested straight away before any money changes hands !! Not in my life time I feel!

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You need to be very confident in the apathy or low intelligence of the general population to be this obvious with corruption.

This and all the other Hi-So vehicular homicide cases.

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One never knows what amount of money will exchange hands,

once at the hospital and promises are made

being of wealthy stature already moving on with

his breathing life.

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What's the point? What are they testing for exactly? Disgraceful

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