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Monday, 26 September 2011 00:00

Two police from the AntiHuman Trafficking Division, accused of taking regular bribes from business owners and construction contractors using migrant workers, will be prosecuted by the Department of Special Investigation (DSI).

DSI Bureau of Foreign Affairs and Transnational Crime’s special case officer Pol Capt Khemachart Prakaihongmanee said that Monday investigators took three suspects – Pol Sen Sgt Maj Patipan “Darp White” Samapan, his supervisor Pol Lt Senee Sriboonreung, and “money collector” Saneh Sukkhanon – to the special case prosecutor for a lawsuit against the two police for allegedly collecting bribes and abuse of authority.

Khemachart said the bureau had received complaints from entrepreneurs about officials collecting bribes to avoid being arrested for using migrant workers. He said the “Darp White” group collected bribes related to migrant workers hired in the North, Bangkok and Pattaya.

Evidence of bribetaking had been found in Tak and Kamphaeng Phet, while monthly bribes were said to be taken people in the entertainment business in Pattaya and construction contractors.

Saneh is in detention while the two police, who turned themselves in, were temporarily released.



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