Shootings at Kamnan Nok’s house were planned : Deputy national police chief


Someone appears to have pulled the plug on two CCTV servers at the house of Praween Chanklai, aka “Kamnan Nok”, shortly before the shooting on the night of July 6, suggesting the attack on the two highway police officers was planned, according to Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief.

The two servers from the scene of the shooting were recovered from a canal behind a temple in Ta Kong sub-district of Nakhon Pathom, after they had been dumped there by an employee of Praween in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence relating to the shooting, in which Pol Maj Sivakorn Saibua, a highway police inspector, was killed and another officer was injured.

The files on the two servers were not 100% perfect, suggesting that the device had stopped functioning abruptly due to the power supply being suddenly cut, said Surachate.

Images recovered from another 13 CCTV…

Read more…