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DSI under fire as Chuvit alleges high-level bribery

Chuvit: ‘Cops complicit’

The raid on the unlicensed Jingling pub in Yannawa district on the night of Oct 26 that found more than 200 clients, mostly of Chinese origin, has now snowballed into allegations of attempts by a soldier, police and officials from the Department of Special Investigation(DSI) demanding bribes from a further 11 Chinese who escaped the raid.

The alleged bribery was revealed by former politician and massage parlour tycoon Chuvit Kamolvisit who posted on his Facebook page on Sunday that a former consul-general’s house was being used to shelter the illegal Chinese nationals and serving as a fake visa and passport factory.

During a search of the house, police arrested all 11 runaway Chinese, one of whom was…

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