Arrest warrants sought for two key suspects in red-shirt poet's murder
April 30, 2014 00:00 By The Nation
At least two people were involved in the April 23 killing of red-shirt poet Kamol "Mainueng Kor Kuntee" Duangphasuk, a senior police officer said yesterday. Police were also trying to find out the motive behind the killing - if it was a personal conflic
Arrest warrants for the two suspects were to be confirmed later yesterday after the case investigators met, he said, adding police were checking to see if the sketches made from eyewitness accounts matched the two people captured in security camera footage.
Judging from the attack, reported area scouting and victim stalking, he said police believed a team of more than two people carried out this killing.
Meanwhile, Army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha dismissed reports that Kamol was on the Army’s blacklist, saying that such allegations should be backed by evidence and urged people to not link the Army to any particular side because the armed forces were duty-bound to take care of all sides.