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Former chief of police Thitisan “Joe Ferrari” Utthanaphon will have his assets seized after he was charged by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) for having riches beyond his pay grade. The NACC found Ferrari guilty of “being unusually rich” and proposed his estate worth 1 billion baht would be confiscated, reported Bangkok Post. The NACC will forward its finding to the Office of the Attorney-General that the former chief of Mueng Nakhon Sawan Police Station in central Thailand had amassed an unusually large amount of money that did not sit with his yearly salary. Ferrari’s case will be filed with […]

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19 minutes ago, ChrisS said:

"National Anti-Corruption Commission" In Thailand that must be the most failing department ever!

An oxymoron if ever there was one 

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"National Anti-Corruption Commission" -  Might have a big future when the see how much they garner baht wise, work hard and they will solve the national debt.

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