The lawyer of the teacher recently arrested over claims that he was the rightful owner of a 30 million baht lottery jackpot from the November 1 draw last year has spoken to reporters stating that Preecha Kraikruan has not pleaded guilty to any charges since his arrest.
Both the school teacher and his star witness a lottery ticket vendor called Rattanaporn Supatip who he allegedly frequently purchased lottery tickets from were arrested on Wednesday and both are being represented by the same lawyer Kriangkrai Nakwaree.
Kriangkari said today “he has not made any confession.”
Currently both Preecha and Rattanaporn are being accused of filing a false police complaint in an attempt to steal the prize money from the legitimate winner who police have concluded after a lengthy investigation to be retired police Lieutenant Charoon Wimul.
Kriangkrai said both of his clients are in the process of seeking bail and that police have no objection to the requests at this time.
Source: The Nation
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