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Supreme Court seeks bribery charges against Thaksin's lawyers

Supreme Court on Thursday filed complaint with police, accusing three lawyers of ousted prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra for allegedly bribing officials.



Sarawut Benjakul, deputy secretary general of the Justice Affairs Office, said a court official has already sought legal action against Pichit Chuenban, Thana Tansiri and Supasri Srisawat, with Chanasongkram district police.

Supreme Court on Wednesday sentenced the three to six months in jail for violating the court's authority as they involved in a case that a court official was given a bag filled with Bt2 million in cash.

The three were lawyers of Thaksin and his wife; Khunying Pojamarn, who were charged of abusing power in purchasing a plot of land in Rachadapisek areas.


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