Natural Resources Minister confident file on Black Panther hunting case will be submitted on time

Natural Resources Minister confident file on Black Panther hunting case will be submitted on time

 

BANGKOK, 13th March 2018 (NNT) – The Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment has expressed confidence investigators in the black panther hunting case will submit their findings to the Office of the Attorney General within the time allowed. 

Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, Gen Surasak Kanchanarat revealed after a third meeting with the Natural Resources Crimes Commission today that forensic analysis by agents of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) is now 100 percent complete and all nine case files are being compiled for submission. Two analyses took place, the first alongside police and the other as further requested. 

Gen Surasak noted that evidence collected has enhanced the strength of the case against Italian Thai Co Ltd CEO Premchai Karnasutra and three others for illegally hunting wildlife and has not diverted it with any other suspicions. 

Pol Gen Jaramporn Suramanee, an adviser to the working committee on the case, gave an assurance forensic analysis didn't meet any obstacles as reported in the news, with both an inspection of the Black Panther blood at the scene and finger print collection completed without any issues.

 
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