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Re: jet setting monk
« Reply #60 on: May 29, 2016, 02:00:45 PM »
We will get you one way or another - DSI warns fugitive jet setting monk

I see they haven't caught THE JET SETTING MONK yet (Wirapol Sukphol) an article in th. from dailynews.co.th. Warns him that they are following his movements as he jet sets around the world.

Pics on social media show him living it up in Hawaii. Charges in connection with computer crime, fraud against the public, sex crimes and money laundering. They say wheels of justice are in motion. I believe it's been going on over 3 yrs now,

there's more here in th. dailynews.co.th
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Fugitive Nen Kham held in custody of US officials

 Fugitive ex-monk Nen Kham Chattiko who is wanted in Thailand for multiple criminal charges, including manslaughter and money laundering, has been held in custody of US officials.

Department of Special Investigation chief Pol Col Paisit Wongmuang disclosed that he was informed of the arrest by US officials of the former head of Khantitham monastery also known as Veeraphol Sukphol on Friday.

He said that the DSI and the Office of the Attorney-General would coordinate with US officials through the Thai Interpol to have Nen Kham extradited to Thailand to face criminal charges.

However, the DSI chief noted that, in the extradition process, charges would have to be lodged against Nen Kham first by the US court for his acknowledgement after which the ex-monk had the right to defend himself against the charges.

In other words, he said it would time some time before Nen Kham would be extradited.

According to the DSI, there are five cases still pending against the ex-monk. These include sexual assault against a minor; using fake doctoral certificate from World Peace University; reckless driving causing death to an individual; money laundering concerning donations; drug addiction and claiming to have super natural powers.

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