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Former deputy PM Suthep Thaugsuban has been cleared in a graft case, dismissed by Supreme Court Friday. The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is to appeal against the ruling acquitting Suthep of massive corruption. Suthep is accused of malfeasance in construction projects for police stations and officers’ living quarters more than a decade ago. NACC chairman Watcharapol Prasarnrajkit said Friday that the Supreme Court had given the NACC until December 18 to lodge an appeal. The anti-graft agency will meet on Tuesday to study evidence and the court’s ruling before deciding whether to proceed with an appeal. Pol Gen Watcharapol said… […]

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Of course it’s been dismissed. Did anyone doubt it? There is no independent legislature in Thailand. They are as intwined and as corrupt as the rest of them. 

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Drag it out long enough and the case goes away. Plays out like a Korean netflix crime drama. Suthep is a very dangerous man and still has influence in the corrupt NST region. If you ever want to see the damage that long term corruption  does, have a close look at NST.

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