AG’s Office to complete evaluate of “Joe Ferrari” case throughout the subsequent 2 weeks

A review of the dying in custody case involving the now notorious former police station chief known as “Joe Ferrari” is anticipated to be completed inside the subsequent two weeks, according to the Attorney General’s Office. The ex-station chief in the rural province Nakhon Sawan and 6 of his subordinates are going through several expenses, together with killing by torture, which carries a maximum penalty of dying.
Former station chief Thitisan Uthanapol and the six other officers are accused of killing a drug suspect throughout an interrogation whereas demanding a 2 million baht bribe. Video footage exhibits plastic luggage being put on the man’s head and officers beating him as he fell to the bottom. The death was reportedly written off as an overdose, however a latest post-mortem report exhibits the person died from suffocation. Along with Odd of killing by torture, they face charges of coercion, malfeasance, and abuse of power.
Illegal expects to finish reviewing the case file by November 17, which Nation Thailand reviews is the last day that Thitisan could be held in police custody. He is presently incarcerated at Klong Prem Central Prison in Bangkok. A spokesperson for the AG’s Office for the office stated investigation officers submitted seven folders with greater than 2,000 paperwork.
“As Thitisan’s launch is developing soon, we are confident that the case review will finish before November 17 regardless of the lengthy case file.”
The National Anti-Corruption Commission is also investigating Thitisan’s unusual wealth and how he was able to afford a multimillion baht mansion in Bangkok and dozens of luxury automobiles on a police officer’s round 40,000 baht salary. The officer is said to have made a fortune from confiscating luxurious cars that were smuggled into Thailand and earning rewards from the Customs Department..

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