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Criminal Court drops Yingluck’s lawsuit against attorney-general

The Criminal Court today dropped the case filed against the attorney-general and three state prosecutors by former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra for alleged malfeasance and negligence of duty related to her rice-pledging scheme. Criminal Court judge rejected Ms Yingluck’s lawsuit against the Attorney-General, Mr Trakul Vinijchaipark and his team of three state prosecutors, with reason […]Read More

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Attorney: NACC’s Corruption Case Against Yingluck Still Incomplete

BANGKOK – The Office of Attorney-General has yet to take up the corruption case against former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, due to a lack of sufficient evidence submitted by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). “The case filed by the NACC is still incomplete,” said Chutichai Sakakorn, a leading member of the Office of Attorney-General (AG). […]Read More

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Attorney General delays move to prosecute ex-PM Yingluck Shinawatra in

BANGKOK, Sept 4 – The Office of the Attorney General has not yet acted to prosecute former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra but will form a joint committee with the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) to further investigation into the rice-pledging case against her. Wanchai Rujanawong, spokesman of the Office of the Attorney General, said that the […]Read More

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Yingluck Shinawatra asks attorney-general to accept additional witnesses

BANGKOK, Aug 6 – Norawit Lalaeng, lawyer for Thailand’s former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra, asked the attorney-general to listen to about 50 witnesses to defend her in the case in which she was accused of negligence of duty in her corruption-plagued rice-pledging scheme. He filed a letter of Ms Yingluck complaining that corruption allegations against […]Read More

Asia

Victim in Korea University sex case might leave Korea

In an intervew on the 28th Kim Jae-ran, the attorney for the victim in the Korea University molestation case, told CBS News’ Kim Mi-hwa that “the victim in the Korea University molestation case is being treated for her psychological health, and is distressed that she may have to go to another country,” describing the victim’s […]Read More

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Fugitive Red Shirt Arisman to surrender Wednesday

Fugitive red leader Arisman Pongruangrong has arranged to report himself on Wednesday at 10.00 am to face charges related to five violent incidents taken place during the last year’s political mayhem. Arisman will undergo the booking process at the Department of Special Investigation before acknowledging his indictments at the Office of the Attorney General. Read […]Read More

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Mekong Chinese sailors murder case to prosecutors

Police investigators have forwarded the case against nine Thai soldiers accused of the murder of 13 Chinese riverboat sailors in October to the Office of the Attorney General. The investigators had determined that “parts of the incident” occurred near the border between Burma and Laos, about 25 kilometres from Thailand’s northernmost border in Chiang Rai’s […]Read More