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Justice Ministry aims to seize 10bn baht of drug money next year


snoop1130

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Start checking the RTP as they have a key role in the drugs and the dealers. I know that a dealer is getting away  with it every time he is caught for 10-15k... and he keeps going on .. Never understand why the police let him o and not bring him to court. I know corruption, but still why has the police this power

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2 hours ago, lujanit said:

Joe Ferrari is toast.  His crime?  Failure to send brown envelopes upstairs.

No, it was not a lack of brown envelopes.  It was getting caught on camera that toasted him!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 hours ago, smedly said:

Plastic bags seem to be the best way forward :post-4641-1156694572:

As the DOJ seems to be interviewing Joe publicly, what are they actually going to charge him with - littering or non environmental use of plastic bags?

He obviously is an earner.

 

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20 minutes ago, ronster said:

They might raise more money quicker if they didn’t have stupid rules that allow the police to collect a large amount of cash from sold assets that have been seized !!

You have to wonder how this very incentive for corruption and dishonesty came about. 

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9 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

You have to wonder how this very incentive for corruption and dishonesty came about. 

By someone who thought how can we line our own pockets by making it look like we are actually doing a good job catching criminals ! ????

Unfortunately over time the people have realised the police are doing it for cash incentives and not for the benefit of the country’s safety . 

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

According to the announcement, this new narcotic code bill will help officials better track down key players in drug trade and enable retroactive seizure of assets.

The RTP know who the big players are, but seem to only catch the mules.

The "players" being untouchable.

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10 hours ago, ikke1959 said:

Start checking the RTP as they have a key role in the drugs and the dealers. I know that a dealer is getting away  with it every time he is caught for 10-15k... and he keeps going on .. Never understand why the police let him o and not bring him to court. I know corruption, but still why has the police this power

Not to difficult to understand why they let him go each time, considering you answered your own question... 

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11 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The Ministry of Justice has set a target to seize 10 billion baht worth of assets from drug rings with 5% of the amount at 500 million baht to be given as rewards for informants.

 

While setting a quota for next year is odd enough - if they hit their quota in June will they stop their efforts?

 

This incentive scheme is what got Giuseppe Ferrari in trouble - reward on repo of illegal supercars.

 

In normal times the Thai mafia just shares the profits with the government/military/police. My guess is that this is just a stunt to jack up the protection skim from 15% to 25%.

 

 

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1 hour ago, fangless said:

No, it was not a lack of brown envelopes.  It was getting caught on camera that toasted him!

 

 

 

 

 

 

More likely a combination, not enough flowing upwards sorted by a covert video, unfortunately that killed the golden goose - just shows some people aren't that smart. 

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