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    Re: Yingluck trial: Thais seek ex-PM after she fails to show for verdict

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    What a joke, It is in the best interest of the present administration that she not be in the country or in prison. All smoke and mirrors just like red bull

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    Re: Yingluck trial: Thais seek ex-PM after she fails to show for verdict

    Police officer says he was 'ordered' to help Yingluck flee
    22 Sep 2017 at 15:19
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    A senior police officer has told investigators he was "ordered" to help former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra leave the country, according to Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon.

    He said the man has also given authorities the name of a person behind the great escape, but the deputy prime minister would not divulge it.

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    Re: Yingluck trial: Thais seek ex-PM after she fails to show for verdict

    Yingluck’s alleged helper in her escape faces abrupt transfer
    in Highlight, Politics | September 22, 2017 | By Thai PBS

    The deputy commander of the 5th division of Metropolitan Police Bureau, Pol Col Chairith Anurith, was transferred to the operations centre of the MPB pending a fact-finding investigation after he was suspected of helping former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra escape out of the country on Aug 21.

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    Re: Yingluck trial: Thais seek ex-PM after she fails to show for verdict

    Three police interrogated over role in Yingluck‚™s escape
    politics September 23, 2017 01:00

    By THE NATION

    Ex-prime minister possibly fled by avoiding immigration checkpoint and entering Cambodia through a casino.

    THREE POLICE officers who had been taken into custody on Thursday night for allegedly helping former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra slip out of the country were granted temporary release yesterday.

    The three were interrogated at Royal Thai Police headquarters from Thursday night until early yesterday.
    They were not charged but could only be interrogated as witnesses since the court has not issued any arrest warrants over Yingluck‚™s flight from justice.

    The three police were identified as Pol Colonel Chairit Anurit of the Metropolitan Police, Pol Lt-Colonel Samit Chaiincom and Pol Senior Sgt-Major Pornpipat Makboonngam of Nakhon Pathom provincial police. They were transferred to inactive posts pending the investigation.

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    Re: Yingluck trial: Thais seek ex-PM after she fails to show for verdict

    3 Slightly different accounts. Just have to wait and see what becomes the "official" version.

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