Thai police demand clear probe into on-line gambling allegations

A clear investigation into the alleged involvement of Suchanun Sucharitchinsri, generally recognized as Minnie, in running on-line playing web sites has been demanded by Thai police. High-ranking officers, together with a confidant of Deputy Police Chief Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, are said to be implicated in the case.
The name for an investigation was made on the headquarters of the Royal Thai Police (RTP) by Trairong Phewphan, commander of the Legal and Litigation Office of RTP and chief of the Police Cyber Taskforce Unit 4 (PCT4). In addition to setting the case’s procedural guidelines, Trairong assured the general public that every thing had been documented, sustaining that law enforcement officials consistently upheld the legislation.
Suchanun, a 25 yr previous single mom of a 5 year previous, had spoken to reporters the day past to refute the accusations against her. Arrested on July 30, she was later launched on bail. She vehemently denied working on-line gambling sites and claimed she was compelled by a PCT4 officer to admit to a crime she did not perpetrate.
She further alleged that she was coerced into implicating Phakphum Phitsamai, the deputy chief investigator of Provincial Police Region four and a detailed aide to Big Joke, in the case. On the QT have circulated pictures and a video of her singing karaoke with Big Joke, and posing with three others. Yet, Suchanun denies having any private acquaintance with Big Joke.
According to Suchanun, she was invited by Phakphum to several parties, and photographs of her seated on his lap or kissing his cheek have additionally surfaced on-line. She admitted to having been in a relationship with Phakphum in 2020, when he was stationed in Loei, despite being aware of his marital status.
She added that she sought recommendation on immigration labour from Khemarin, Phakphum’s younger brother. Both Phakphum and Khemarin are among the many eight officers suspected of collaborating within the illicit on-line playing ring, Bangkok Post reported.
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