Lawyer charged with duping Thaksin released on bail

Lawyer charged with duping former Thai prime minister released on bail – gulfnews.com, April 16, 2011
…Prosecution records said Shinawatra asked K.K. to open a bank account for him in the Republic of Montenegro so that he could collect the money. K.K. had apparently convinced Shinawatra to open an account in his [K.K.’s] name and transfer the money to avoid it being seized by European authorities due to the political tensions Shinawatra was facing in Thailand. Shinawatra agreed after being commissioned to run the account, but K.K. allegedly siphoned off the money deposited in his personal account.
K.K. was additionally charged with embezzling another Dh39.5 million from the £150 million meant for the football club deal after Shinawatra asked him to buy a villa on his behalf. Records said K.K. bought a villa worth Dh38 million in Emirates Hills and registered it in his name…

[Thanks to Marc for pointing this out.]

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One Response to Lawyer charged with duping Thaksin released on bail

  1. Grant Taylor says:

    Someone duped Thaksin? How wonderful is that, given the years he spent duping a whole country!!

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