The Board of Special Case’s resolution accepting 5 cases as special cases in its online meeting no. 1/2022

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The Board of Special Case’s resolution accepting 5 cases as special cases in its online meeting no. 1/2022

 

 

       Today (on January 25, 2022), at 10.00 a.m. there was the online meeting no. 1/2022 of the Board of Special Case (BSC) chaired by Deputy Prime Minister, Mr. Wissanu Krea-ngam, attended by the Justice Minister, Mr. Somsak Thepsuthin as the Vice Chairman, and the Director-General of the DSI, Mr. Triyarith Temahivong as the member and the secretary of the BSC.

       This meeting, resulting from the BSC’s meeting no. 1/2021 on December 13, 2021, ended with the following important details.

  1. The meeting acknowledged the training assessment result of the special case inquiry course with high level of assessment, and made observations about course improvements by prioritizing field training, including joint training organized by the DSI and other government agencies.
  2. The meeting approved to accept other criminal offences to be the special cases pursuant to Section 21 paragraph one (2) of the Special Case Investigation Act, B.E. 2547 (2004), 5 cases in total.

Case 1 - the corruption and embezzlement in the Krabi Oil–Palm Farmers Cooperatives Federation Limited

Case 2 - the group of persons acting as the agent gang providing unlawful commercial pregnancy (surrogacy)

Case 3 - the gang, regarded as a transnational organized crime syndicate, recruiting Thai women for commercial surrogacy hired by foreigners in Nong Khai Province, the case of the boy named Tanthai (alias)

Case 4 – the case of the industrial waste management factory causing adverse effects to the environment and trouble to locals in the area of Nong Phawa, Bang But Subdistrict, Ban Khai District, Rayong Province

Case 5 – the case of digging, destroying, and taking possession of a public way in the area of Bueng Preeda, Tha Laeng Subdistrict, Tha Yang District, Phetchaburi Province

  1. The meeting approved of the issuance of the Notification of the Board of Special Case on Determination of the Nature of Crime Regarded as the Special Case (No…) B.E… Under Section 21 Paragraph One (1) of the Special Case Investigation Act, B.E. 2547 (2004) replacing the present notification. Because of changes in crime situation, it is essential to adjust the details of offences.

                                                                                     

                                                                                      Dated January 25, 2022