Pachon Yuthithamdamrong of the attorney general’s office said yesterday that the OAG commission investigating the man who dismissed charges against Red Bull descendant Vorayuth Yoovidhya last year has closed its investigation.
The committee, chaired by Kaysit Phitsaiwongprakan, has examined the actions of the former deputy chief executive officer. Attorney General Net Naksuk investigated to see if he delivered his sentence in accordance with the law or if there was corruption.
The charges were sensationally dropped, sparking a public outcry and the intervention of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to reinstate the charges.
The man, known by his nickname Boss, is charged with reckless driving, resulting in death and cocaine abuse, in the murder of Sergeant Major Wichian Klanprasert by Thong Lo Police in Bangkok on September 3, 2012.
Boss was driving a grey Ferrari and the policeman was on a motorcycle that was dragged several hundred yards into the Thong Lo area.
The case has dragged on for years and the fugitive is now somewhere abroad after leaving Thailand in 2017. Interpol reportedly received a red notice of his arrest, although this fact has not been verified.
so-called. “Red warrants” do not require Interpol signatories to make any arrests, but merely indicate that certain people in certain countries are wanted for criminal offences.
Thai police say they are continuing his arrest, although many senior police officers also involved in the investigation fear that unpleasant findings will be swept under the rug.
Pachon told the Daily News editors that he is not interfering in the committee’s deliberations and that they are expected to present their findings on the actions to the AOG’s main committee at their headquarters in Chaeng Wattana on Wednesday, August 25.
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