Grandson conglomerate Invulnerability Law Making Residents Furious Thailand

 Bangkok - the front pages of the media in this country white elephant Thailand these days is being enlivened by the police crash cases to death by a grandson of luxury cars in the future tycoon, owner of energy drink factory "Krating Daeng".


Black Ferrari dent that killed police and driven grandchildren conglomerate Bangkok Thailand - Bangkok Post.
The case gets hot, because actors like unpunished. Vorayuth Yoovidhya, grandson of the founder of Red Bull, billionaire Chaleo Yoovidhya, initially did a hit and run, but according to the police, the police later admitted crashing.

He was released several hours later with a ransom 500,000 baht (U.S. $ 16,000).

Ferrari cars were dented silver, Thai police were killed and their bodies dragged 200 meters below the wheel, drivers who are willing to put family agency for 27-year-old heir of the kingdom of Red Bull energy drink business. Similarly, among others, is written in the Thai media.

Meskti Vorayuth have attended the trial, the public has little confidence that justice will be done. "Prison is only for the poor. The rich have never been found. There's always a scapegoat, "said one comment on popular websites in Thailand, Panthip.com.

Comments on news portals Manager.co.th written: "The sentence may be suspended. What does it mean a life of a human being? "

Suspended prison sentence seems to have become the norm for the ruling political group or Thais who have a connection.

In July, just five days, two members of parliament from the ruling party and former deputy prime minister was convicted of libel and received a deferred sentence, while the Chairman of the Senate Teeradej Meepien convicted for illegally giving his own money monthly meeting when he became chairman of the ombudsman . Teeradej not sentenced to prison.

Similarly, the under-age girls named Orachorn Thephasadin na Ayudhya, who was given a two-year prison sentence deferred on Friday by killing nine people in 2012 when the car he was riding in hit a microbus.

The case has sparked outrage on social media that how a young woman from an aristocratic family managed to avoid a jail and just got a driving ban for seven years.

CULTURAL NORMS
"The similarity of these cases is the reaction of those in charge is 'How can I avoid punishment?'" Said Voranai Vanijaka, political and social commentator for the Bangkok Post newspaper.

"It is a matter of who you know, not what you know, and that is the cultural norm nowadays. People believe that they are rich and have connections will be free of punishment. Thai society was disgusted, but we accept it. "

Many cases do not reach the courts, with several top ministers or bureaucrats involved in corruption losing office but did not face criminal charges.

Sometimes, a simple apology is enough.
Last week, a popular actress who was accused of tax evasion, Chermarn "Ploy" Boonyasak, crying in front of the media and blamed his accountant for unintentional errors, although he reportedly put a picture of herself on social media with the son of former finance ministry official, to create the impression "Do not try to fight us."

Argument "unintentional errors" are also used by former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra in 2001, when he was declared not guilty of hiding a fortune of 4.5 billion baht on behalf of four housemaids and a businessman.

In a separate case, Mr Thaksin, who was ousted in a 2006 coup, was sentenced in absentia to two years in prison for conflict of interest in 2008 but fled into exile. Thaksin claimed that the sentence, and the other cases are pending, have political motivations.

Conflicts of interest are a common complaint in Thailand. Last month, child removals Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung - who oversees the police force - from the military to the police caused controversy among opposition politicians, not only because of allegations of nepotism.

Duang Yoobamrung acquitted in 2004 of charges of shooting dead by police at a nightclub due to lack of evidence. Duang expelled from the military for desertion, having fled to Malaysia to avoid arrest, but he was placed again a few years later.

According to media reports, Duang was assigned as an instructor at the Metropolitan Police shooter.

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