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Offline thaiga

Re: Metropolitan police chief vows to resign
« Reply #30 on: May 01, 2017, 11:00:09 PM »
this thread started in 2012 wonder if it can last another 10 yrs. ;)
The thread might, dunno about some of us oldans though - i sincerely hope so  :wai
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Re: Metropolitan police chief vows to resign
« Reply #31 on: May 02, 2017, 07:17:31 PM »
He's behind you ;)

Now who's on the hunting list first "BOSS" the "ABOTT" and what happened to the elusive "MONK" are they all above the law or was it the butler


He entered Thailand on April 23 and departed on April 25 for Singapore, Immigration Police revealed on Tuesday

The Nation
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Re: Metropolitan police chief vows to resign
« Reply #32 on: May 04, 2017, 10:13:26 PM »
The "Boss" has now left singapore reports the Bangkokpost.com. But his private jet is still there


Police: Red Bull scion left Singapore

Bangkokpost.com
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Re: Prosecutors wait for 'Boss' extradition request
« Reply #33 on: July 15, 2017, 06:03:24 PM »
As of now, the police have yet to send us the request. I don’t know what’s causing the delay - we do  :evilgrin

Prosecutors wait for 'Boss' extradition request

Police have yet to send a request to the Attorney General’s Office for the extradition of Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya, a Red Bull scion accused of killing a policeman in a hit-and-run case five years ago, according to an official in charge of extradition.

Amnat Chotichai, chief of foreign affairs of the Attorney General's Office, said on Saturday prosecutors had made clear they were waiting for the request at the latest joint meeting of prosecutors and police.

“As of now, the police have yet to send us the request. I don’t know what’s causing the delay,” he said at a briefing on the extradition of the ex-monk Nen Kham from the US.

On cooperation with Interpol to find Mr Vorayuth, Mr Amnat said they police might have already done everything within their power. They might be in the process of determining where Mr Vorayuth is so they could send an extradition request, he said.

“We’ve been waiting for the request and will act as soon as it comes,” he said.

Before dawn on Sept 3, 2012, a black Ferrari allegedly driven by Mr Vorayuth slammed into a policeman on a motorcycle, dragging his mangled body along Sukhumvit Road, before speeding away.

Mr Vorayuth had delayed hearing the charges seven times, citing various reasons. It was not until April 27 this year that the prosecutors finally charged him with reckless driving causing death and failing to help a crash victim.

The speeding charge had been dropped as its one-year statute of limitations had expired.

His passport was cancelled and an arrest warrant was issued for him after he flew out of Thailand on his private plane two days before he was due to face the charges.

bangkokpost.com
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Offline thaiga

Re: Vorayuth extradition on hold for police documents
« Reply #34 on: July 17, 2017, 08:55:27 PM »
Wonder what william hills is giving for who romps home first - the elusive monk or the boss - they both have private jets



“If all documents are complete and fine, the extradition request will be forwarded to the national police chief to be endorsed. The case will then move forward,” he said.

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Re: 'Boss' extradition lost in translation
« Reply #35 on: July 18, 2017, 07:42:31 PM »
Arhh! that's why it's taking so long, i understand now - The first post on this article was
September 03, 2012
:spin

Police have not sent their request for the extradition of Red Bull scion Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya because their staff have not finished translating it, the Bangkok police commissioner said on Tuesday.

bangkokpost.com
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Offline nan

Re: Metropolitan police chief vows to resign
« Reply #36 on: July 18, 2017, 11:49:19 PM »
lost in translation oh! i read that wrong as lost in the thai post
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Re: 'Boss' extradition request is finally translated
« Reply #37 on: July 21, 2017, 03:51:11 PM »
The police request for the extradition of Red Bull scion Vorayuth "Boss" Yoovidhya has been translated and should reach public prosecutors sooooooooooooooooooon ::)

bangkokpost.com

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Re: Interpol posts fugitive Red Bull scion 'wanted' notice
« Reply #38 on: September 12, 2017, 03:23:49 PM »
Interpol posts fugitive Red Bull scion 'wanted' notice

Interpol has posted its red notice for Vorayuth Yoovidhya online publicly, informing the world the scion to the Red Bull energy drink fortune is wanted in Thailand for reckless driving causing the death of a policeman five years ago.  full article Bangkokpost

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Re: Vorayuth pursuit ‘harmed’ by Interpol (RED BULL)
« Reply #39 on: March 20, 2018, 02:52:59 PM »
Vorayuth pursuit ‘harmed’ by Interpol

 REMOVAL OF RED NOTICE FROM WEBSITE WILL HAMPER BID TO BRING RED BULL HEIR TO JUSTICE

THE Interpol website’s removal of its red notice against Thai fugitive Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya, who was involved in a 2012 hit-and-run road incident in which a Bangkok policeman died, will negatively affect an international effort to bring him to justice, according to a senior Thai prosecutor.

While the Interpol matter is directly handled by the Royal Thai Police, Amnaj Chotichai, director-general of the Attorney-General Office’s International Affairs Department, said the red-notice removal should theoretically have no legal effect on the controversial case.

However, he believes the removal will make it more difficult to arrest Vorayuth due to the lack of international public information now available on Interpol’s website.

“When the arrest notice is on the Interpol website, it informs law enforcement and the public [in all member countries] of the arrest notice. This makes it easier for law enforcement to get the suspect. However, we have to ask Interpol why it has removed the notice,” he said.

The case concerns Vorayuth, a grandson of Chaleo Yoovidhaya, founder of the internationally-renowned Red Bull energy drink, and heir to the family’s multi-billion-baht business empire.

He was driving his Ferrari when it hit traffic policeman Wichian Klanprasert in 2012 and he fled Thailand after a warrant was issued for his arrest. Vorayuth was last seen with female friends in London last year.

According to Amnaj, the Interpol red notice for Vorayut remains intact because it will end only when the suspect is dead or when the statute of limitations has expired in the matter.

In other circumstances, he said, a court could only order that the case be suspended or closed on a recommendation from public prosecutors, after which police could notify Interpol to remove the red notice.

Earlier, Pol Colonel Krissana Patcharern, deputy chief spokesman for the Royal Thai Police, said various enquiries had already been made about the disappearance of the red notice for Vorayuth from the Interpol website, where it was first posted by Thai authorities back in September 2017.

Krissana said he was not sure what had happened but insisted that the arrest notice remained intact, even if it no longer appeared on the website. In addition, he said, there are other channels for law enforcement authorities still working on the case.

At this stage, Thai authorities are continuing to liaise with their counterparts in Interpol, but Krissana also noted that it was for Interpol alone to decide whether to put or remove red notices on its website.

Krissana argued that the absence of the red notice on the Interpol website would not impact the ongoing effort to bring Vorayuth to justice.

However, he said, Thai police had still not received any information from Interpol on the whereabouts of Vorayuth, not even from those who had extradition treaties with Thailand.

Sources said the Interpol website generally removed red notices only when suspects had passed away or when it received requests from member countries to do so.

Due to Vorayuth’s billionaire family background, the case has been closely watched by the general public, especially those on social media who have expressed concern that justice may not be delivered following the death of the traffic policeman.

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