Abbot Remains Free as Tiger Temple Threatens to Sue Gov’t

KANCHANABURI — Three weeks after the Tiger Temple was raided and shut down, its lawyer said Thursday they are preparing to sue the national parks department for defamation and malfeasance.

Temple lawyer Saiyood Pengboonchoo said the suit against the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation would seek to punish wildlife officials, including deputy chief Adisorn Noochdamrong for how it conducted its operation.

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By Chayanit Itthipongmaetee

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