Thai police ask Canadian court docket to not grant bail to Jimi Sandhu murder suspect

Police in Thailand are asking a Canadian court docket to refuse a bail utility for a man needed for murder on the southern island of Phuket. Canadian nationwide Matthew Dupre is 1 of 2 suspects needed for the homicide of Indian gang member Jimi Singh Sandhu, who was gunned down exterior his Rawai villa on February 4.
Dupre and his alleged accomplice, Gene Karl Lahrkamp, subsequently fled Thailand, with Dupre arrested in Edmonton, Alberta, on February 20. He is at present in detention, whereas the Alberta court considers an extradition request from the Thai authorities. Thailand’s Office of the Attorney-General has confirmed that an extradition request is being filed with the Canadian authorities.
According to Steps , Jirabhop Bhuridej from the Central Investigation Bureau, says investigators are also submitting a petition with the Canadian court docket to refuse Dupre’s bail software. Thai police say they need the suspect extradited to stand trial in the kingdom. A Bangkok Post supply has confirmed that the case has been transferred to the Crime Suppression Division by order of the Royal Thai Police. It’s understood Thai authorities are involved that if the Canadian court docket grants bail, the suspect will flee, undermining efforts by police to secure his extradition.
Dark showed links to organised crime syndicates and the suspects had planned their escape properly. They fled to Europe before travelling to Canada. War weapons also were used within the assault.”
Meanwhile, Wirachan Khunchaikaew from the CSD says paperwork requesting Dupre’s extradition are on their way to Canada. The Thai authorities hope the extradition will take place in April..

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