Tags : Chuwit Kamolvisit


Chuwit released from prison

Chuwit Kamolwisit, an outspoken television show host and former politician, was released from the Bangkok Remand Prison this morning after completing a one-month jail term handed down by the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions. He was found guilty of filing a false assets declaration to the National Anti-Corruption Commission after the […]Read More


Outspoken Chuwit Kamonvisit given one-month jail term

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions on Thursday handed down one-month jail term without suspension on Chuwit Kamonvisit, former list MP of Rak Prathet Thai party, on a charge of declaring false statement about his assets and liabilities. The court found Chuwit, currently outspoken commentator of Thai Rath Channel 22’s Tee […]Read More


Chuwit quits politics

Notorious politician and former massage parlour king, Chuwit Kamolvisit, has thrown in the towel and sailed away from politics to pursue his new challenging career….a media journalist. He has entered a new role in broadcast journalism. He joins Thairath TV, a digital TV channel (Channel 32) owned by the mass-circulation Thai daily newspapers, as a […]Read More


Chuvit gets 2-year jail term in bar demolition case

The Supreme Court on Thursday sentenced Rak Thailand party leader Chuvit Kamolvisit and 65 others to two years in jail without suspension for the demolition of bars and shops on a Sukhumvit Square night strip in 2003. Chuvit and 65 other defendants were found guilty of hiring others to damage people’s properties, trespassing at night […]Read More


Russian mafia controls Phuket: Chuwit

A criminal gang based in Russia has established its influence in the tourist island of Phuket with help from local officials, MP Chuwit Kamolvisit said on Thursday. Mr Chuvit, a Rak Thailand Party list MP, said the gang, called “Spachiba”, used Phuket to launder dirty money by encroaching on national forests and investing in luxury […]Read More


Chuwit demands goverment take action to stamp out prostitution in

Networks of businessmen, government officials and politicians are behind the country’s booming illegal sex industry, Rak Prathet Thai Party leader Chuwit Kamolvisit alleged yesterday. “The sex industry earns more than Bt200 billion a year. It’s (equivalent to) almost 10 per cent of the country’s national budget,” said Chuwit, a former massage parlour tycoon. Speaking at […]Read More


Gambling den ‘in Bangkok railway police area’

One of the gambling dens revealed by politician Chuwit Kamolvisit is located in the jurisdiction of the Railway Police, not the Metropolitan Police Bureau, a senior metropolitan police commander said yesterday. Railway Police have been contacted and informed of the den, said Pol MajGeneral Pachara Bunyasit, commander of the Metropolitan Police Division 1. “If there […]Read More