Elephant whistleblowers targeted by National Parks Department
การให้ข้อมูลหลักฐานคดีช้างถูกต้งเป้าหมายโดยกรมอุทยานแห่งชาติ

Endangered animals confiscated in Thailand after sanctuary founder speaks out – examiner.com, February 17, 2012
[Thanks to Tom for pointing this out.]
…Today and for the past several days armed Thai officials have laid siege to two widely respected wildlife sanctuaries in Thailand. The raids have impacted Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) and Elephant Nature Park (ENP) in an apparent attempt to silence the park’s Founders efforts to curtail poaching of elephants.
Both WFFT and ENP appear to have been targeted for speaking out on the recent elephant killings at Kaengkrachan National Park and Kuiburi National Park, and the involvement of Thai officials, politicians and wealthy businessmen.
…’The situation is desperate’, says Mr. Wiek. ‘Armed Department of National Parks enforcement officers have forced their way onto our properties and have begun confiscating animals. They claim we don’t have necessary paperwork but this is a lie.’ Mr. Wiek continues. ‘I’m horrified that innocent animals are now paying the price for my commitment to preventing illegal poaching…

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  1. Anon says:

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