The Department of Special Investigation Monday accepted a land encroachment case in Surat Thani, which allegedly involved a son of Democrat Party secretary general Suthep Thaugsuban.
Many cases were accepted by the DSI. One involved a syndicate that allegedly forged identity cards for more than 1,600 illegal entrants. The group included government officials who pocketed more than Bt20 million. Another concerned a network of war weapons traders who allegedly sold arms to drug dealers in the North.
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