Court rules “Jo Ferrari” suspect died of deliberate suffocation

In the wake of the Jo Ferrari scandal that uncovered police brutality and opulence in a painfully public way, a court docket simply dominated that the suspect – who died after having his palms tied and plastic luggage positioned over his head – was the victim of deliberate suffocation.
Pol Col Thitisan “Jo Ferrari” Utthanaphon was captured on video in a violent interrogation of a suspect in a drug case, throughout which the superintendent along with his subordinates placed 6 plastic luggage over the man’s head and tied his arms behind his again which led to his suffocation until he died.
Money went viral and after a brief stint as a fugitive, 7 officers including Jo Ferrari have been taken into custody. During the manhunt, the unbelievable wealth that police working for a forty,000 baht a month wage are in a position to amass with rewards and side hustles, inflicting public outrage. Thitisan is underneath investigation as well for the tons of of millions of baht and stable of luxurious vehicles he earned by confiscating illegally imported automobiles.
Thitisan has argued that the man’s demise was an accident and he ought to only face assault costs, not murder charges. But the Nakhon Sawan Provincial Court ruled officially yesterday that Jo Ferrari’s suspect died of suffocation in police custody. The unique autopsy report listed a drug overdose as the purpose for demise, allegedly at the instruction of Thitisan.
A full post-mortem was performed on the sufferer by forensic consultants who testified in court, together with police investigating the case, the lawyer who released the video, and the victim’s mother.
The 7 officers together with Thitisan concerned in the incident were fired from the police pressure and held in jail as a special police panel investigated the case. They are being charged with abuse of energy, assault and coercion, as nicely as murder via torture..

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