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The prosecutor has filed “Khunying Korkaew” and a group of 3 people in the case of forged signatures for 20 billion shares

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prosecutor filed a lawsuit “Ms. Korkaew Bunyachinda” and three others in the case of forgery of a company’s shares worth 20 billion baht, the Bangkok Southern Criminal Court scheduled to examine evidence on December 13.

At 9:00 a.m. today (October 25), the Special Prosecutor of the Southern Bangkok Criminal Division 1 made an appointment for the accused to submit a lawsuit to the court. The case where the investigating officer at Thonglor Police Station Summary of the case file to consider prosecuting Mr. Nop Narongdej, 48, Khunying Korkaew Bunyachinda, 68, and Miss Supaporn Wonganan, 40, accused 1-3 for forgery of documents of rights and use. fake rights document Offenses under the Criminal Code, Sections 33, 83, 91, 264, 265, 268

The case follows the dispute in the shares of Wind Energy Holding Company Limited that has occurred since 2018, in which Mr. Kasem Narongdej, the injured person, found that have forged one’s signature on the Agent Appointment Agreement, Share Transfer Instrument, Share Purchase Warrant, Share Purchase Agreement in Wind Energy Holding Company Limited and use the said document on the premises various causing them to be damaged Therefore, he filed a complaint with the police investigating at Thonglor Police Station. And investigators have gathered evidence and found that some of the offenses occurred outside the Kingdom. (According to the Criminal Procedure Code, Section 20), the power of investigation is the Attorney General. In which the Attorney General has considered the case file and has an opinion, has ordered the indictment since June 7, 2021, while the accused has postponed meeting with the public prosecutor several times. But this time, the Special Prosecutor of the Bangkok Southern Criminal Division 1 did not allow the postponement and had a letter to send the three suspects to be prosecuted asap.

in the morning Khunying Korkaew Boonyachinda and her three suspects, along with a lawyer, came to report to the Bangkok Southern Criminal Division 1 Special Prosecutor.

By the indictment indicating the behavior of the offense concluded that Between April 24, 2016 – June 13, 2018, the defendants jointly falsified a company’s share purchase agreement. Agent Appointment Agreement stock transfer instrument share purchase declaration of intent in being a trust and jointly falsify the list of persons (Mr. Kasem Narongdej) who are the victims, leading them to believe that the shares were transferred to the defendants. And between June 13, 2018 – June 26, 2018, the defendants used forged documents to show until the cause of the transfer of more than 459 million shares to the defendants. And from July 1, 2018 – November 1, 2018, the defendants also used the forged documents and referred to the court in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Initially, the court accepted the indictment as Black Case No. 1708/2564.

The court has examined the testimony of the three defendants, all of whom wish to defend the case. The court scheduled an appointment to examine evidence on December 13 at 9:00 a.m.

After Khunying Korkaew with the three defendants filed a petition with the securities in cash temporary release

by the court granting temporary release of the defendant The insurance price is 50,000 baht per person.

Mr. Winyat Chatmontri, a lawyer, said that Khunying Korkaew and her group had reported to the court to file a lawsuit. The prosecutor in charge of the case has successfully filed a lawsuit with the Southern Bangkok Criminal Court. Recently, all three have filed a petition with securities for temporary release during the litigation. The court considered granting bail. The insurance price is 50,000 baht per person. Appointment to examine evidence on December 13th.

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