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    Senior Police Officer Who Helped Facilitate Yingluck’s Escape Dismissed from Police

    Senior Police Officer Who Helped Facilitate Yingluck’s Escape Dismissed from Police Force

    BANGKOK – The acting commander of the Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) Pol Lt Gen Chanthep Sesavej disclosed Tuesday that the police officer who helped ex-premier Yingluck Shinawatra to flee the country a few days before the court’s conviction has been dismissed from police services.

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    Re: Senior Police Officer Who Helped Facilitate Yingluck’s Escape Dismissed from Poli

    Hi

    So now we know what it takes to get dismissed from Police department.
    Be on the wrong side of the ruling power.

    corruption, dereliction of duty, abuse of power. dragging your feet for ever on high so cases "Boss red bull" murder, mistresses , no problem.

    but if on wrong side of those in power. you are toast.

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    Re: Senior Police Officer Who Helped Facilitate Yingluck’s Escape Dismissed from Poli

    Alleged Mastermind of Yingluck’s Escape Vehicle a No Show for Summons

    Yingluck and her secretary were driven from Bangkok to Sa Kaeo, which borders Cambodia, in a Toyota Camry.–

    BANGKOK – Police are preparing to issue a second summons for Pol Col Chairit Anurit on Friday after he failed to present himself and acknowledge charges for allegedly helping former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra escape justice.

    Pol Col Chairit was scheduled to meet Pathumwan police under a summons yesterday, but had not shown up as of press time last night.

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