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RTP confirm charges for Phuket boat disaster, additional charges added

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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Pol Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn, deputy chief of the Tourist Police Bureau, speaks at today’s press conference. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub

 

PHUKET:-- Officers from the Royal Thai Police in Bangkok have today confirmed that the owner of the ‘Phoenix’ tour boat, its captain and engineer are to be charged with recklessness causes death and injury to others and that shareholders in TC Blue Co Ltd also face charges of ang-yee (running an illegal secret organisation).

 

The announcement came at a press conference held at 3pm today (Aug 27) at the Phuket Provincial Police Headquarters in Phuket Town.

 

Speaking at today’s press conference, Pol Maj Gen Surachate Hakparn deputy chief of the Tourist Police Bureau, who was joined by Deputy Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police Pol Gen Rungroj Saengkram, said, “From our investigation we found that TC Blue Co Ltd is the owner of the Phoenix tour boat and that 26-year-old Phuket resident Woralak ‘Yui’ Rerkchaikarn is a shareholder in that company.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/rtp-confirm-charges-for-phuket-boat-disaster-additional-charges-added-68397.php#FEYxEhFrA4j5QwBx.97

 
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12 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

(running an illegal secret organisation).

Does that mean they never advertised ?, 

Some of these laws are strange to say the least,like stealing from an airport,

at nighttime, from a temple, they are all more serious than normal theft,and

i am sure there are many more other situations,.

regards worgeordie

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Would be nice if your journalistic wizards could tell use when this case goes to court, where, what the judgment is and sentences are etc...a bit of follow up, please. Half the time I read this stuff, the news cycle moves on and then it's either quietly dropped due to pay-offs or there is some cringe worthy light sentence as there is no long media attention. Would it be too much to ask the Nation to inform us of the conclusion to this case, even if it is like in a year's time due to the painfully slow cogs of justice here turning at a lamentable speed?

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so that means the chinese cant be blamed for it because it was illegal.

so how about the thai officials who should be overseeing these boats that were acting illegally

such a fxxxx cop out

as with everything in the world today its all in the wording.

and most write the words to best suit themselves.

all countries.

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