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Nakhon Pathom Factory Owner’s Stand Against Alleged Police Extortion Shakes Thailand

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Imagine this: a serene morning in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, where the only sound louder than the morning birds is the bustling of a chicken processing factory. Suddenly, this peaceful symphony is disrupted by the arrival of eight officers from the Samkwaipuak police station. What unfolds next is not just a story about law enforcement gone awry but a riveting tale of resilience and courage against alleged extortion – all set against the backdrop of a factory that prides itself on its squeaky-clean operation.

The plot thickens when these officers, as per the factory owner’s fiery post on the Sai Mai Tong Rod (Survive) Facebook page, attempt to shake down the place for a whopping 200,000 baht. The reason? The presence of five Myanmar migrants, busily engaged in their daily duties, oblivious to the storm that’s about to hit. The twist? The factory owner stands her ground, armed with the undeniable truth – all her workers are legal, and she’s not about to let anyone suggest otherwise.

Enter Pol Maj Gen Suwan Chiewnawinthawat, a man whose name not only commands respect but also strikes a chord of fairness in the heart of Nakhon Pathom. With a flick of his pen, the eight officers find themselves suspended, teetering on the brink of a full-blown investigation. Our protagonists in this saga? Officers with titles long enough to fill a banquet hall, from Pol Capt Natheephong Harnphanit to Pol L/Col Nanthawat Iemjorn, every one of them mandated to step back and watch as justice takes its course.

The drama doesn’t end there. Picture this: the factory owner, unwavering in her resolve, recounts the tale of a March morning that turned her factory into a stage for a shakedown. Despite presenting every piece of documentation under the sun, our audacious officers purportedly play the card of insufficiency and threaten her with the specter of harboring illegal migrants. But here’s the kicker – their initial demand of 200,000 baht miraculously dwindles down to 15,000 baht.

As if straight out of a spy thriller, a video clip starts making waves across social media. The scene? The factory owner, in a moment of reluctant compliance, hands over 15,000 baht to one of the officers at the Samkwaipuak station. The plot twist? The money is then shared among the team, a moment captured by their own comrades, disillusioned by the spectacle they’re witnessing.

Challenged but not defeated, the factory owner reveals a history of extortion attempts cloaked in the guise of fundraising for merit-making. From demands stretching into the thousands, she decided enough was enough, cutting down her contributions to a mere 100 baht. This act of defiance turns her factory into ground zero for an unfounded raid, sparking an outbreak of allegations as wild as they are unfounded.

This isn’t just a story about alleged extortion; it’s a testament to the spirit of a community that stands tall in the face of adversity. It’s about the bravery of a factory owner who refused to bow down to corruption, and the resolve of a police chief determined to cleanse his force of misconduct. So, stay tuned as this saga unfolds, for it promises more twists and turns than a Thai soap opera, served up with a side of justice.


  1. MaiAnh April 23, 2024

    Honestly, it’s shocking yet somehow not surprising. This kind of corruption has been rampant for too long! Good on the factory owner for standing up.

    • Tom Y April 23, 2024

      It’s definitely not the first time we’ve heard of such things happening. Just the first time someone had the courage to make it public.

      • MaiAnh April 23, 2024

        Exactly, Tom! Makes me wonder how many more are keeping quiet out of fear or lack of evidence.

    • JennyK April 23, 2024

      Shocking? Yes. But we should be careful about jumping to conclusions before the investigation is complete. These are still allegations.

  2. SkepticalSue April 23, 2024

    The owner is brave, but I have to wonder about the aftermath. Standing against the police in such a public manner could have severe repercussions.

    • justice_warrior99 April 23, 2024

      That’s the point though, isn’t it? If there’s no public accountability, nothing changes.

  3. Arun Patel April 23, 2024

    While commendable, this action highlights a systemic problem far beyond this single event. We need broader reforms to address these issues at their core.

  4. LocalGuy April 23, 2024

    I live in Nakhon Pathom, and honestly, it’s a well-known secret that certain elements of the police force are not clean. It’s about time something like this gets more attention.

    • DoubtfulDanny April 23, 2024

      Well-known secret? Sounds like an oxymoron. If it’s so well-known, why hasn’t anything been done about it before?

      • LocalGuy April 23, 2024

        Because it’s not just about knowing. It’s about having the evidence and the guts to take it public, which doesn’t come easy.

  5. BelieverInJustice April 23, 2024

    This is a powerful story of resilience. It shows that one person can indeed make a difference, even in the face of systemic corruption.

    • CynicalSam April 23, 2024

      One person making a difference is inspirational but sadly not enough to trigger systemic change. We need more than isolated incidents to fight corruption.

      • BelieverInJustice April 23, 2024

        True, the fight is ongoing. But every wave starts with a single ripple. We need stories like this to inspire more people to stand up.

  6. Gary_the_guy April 23, 2024

    It’s all for show. Suspensions and investigations are the bare minimum. Call me when actual change happens.

  7. OptimisticOlivia April 23, 2024

    Every journey starts with a single step. This could be the beginning of something bigger. The factory owner and the police chief are setting a new precedent.

    • Gary_the_guy April 23, 2024

      Precedent? Maybe. But I’ll believe in change when I see sustained action, not just one-off instances making headlines.

  8. TruthSeeker April 23, 2024

    We’re only seeing the surface. If a factory owner managed to stand up, imagine what we don’t see. This could be the tip of the iceberg.

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