Thai real estate developer SC sends representative to meet with interrogators

18:50, June 28, 2010      

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Thailand's real estate developer SC Asset Corporation PCL (SC) on Monday sent a representative to meet with four interrogators, the Thai News Agency (TNA) reported.

SC, which is the Thailand-based company operates in real estate development activities, is among 83 individuals and companies alleged of providing financial assistance to the recent anti- government United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) movements.

During this 1st meeting the SC representative would ask the interrogators what issues SC has to clarify and what documents the firm must prepare for testimony, Department of Special Investigation (DSI) Chief Tharit Pengdit explained.

The interrogation of the 83 is scheduled from June 28 to July 12 starting from 09:00 a.m. Overall, each day upto eight individuals and firms from the total 83 will be questioned by four authorities.

The four authorities are the DSI, the Anti-Money Laundering Office (AMLO), Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB), and the Revenue Department, Tharit said.

The four authorities will fully give them a chance to clarify with witnesses and evidences, hence it is believed there will be 2nd and 3rd round of the interrogation for each of them, the DSI chief said on June 22.

The concerned authorities will investigate their financial transactions made over the past nine months to probe if their financial transactions had been linked up with terrorism, Deputy Prime Minister in charge of security affairs Suthep Thaugsuban said earlier.

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