DSI Will Ask UK Officials To Assist ‘GT200’ Investigation

BANGKOK — (24 April) DSI chief insisted that the investigation into purchases of fake bomb detecting devices was still ongoing.


Mr. Tarit Pengdit, chief of the Division of Special Investigation, said the detectives were in the process of conducting interviews with over 90 witnesses who had knowledge of the selling of ?GT200? and ?Alpha 6? equipments to 13 state agencies, which the DSI is treating as potential frauds, as those devices were exposed to be completely useless.

The DSI has also sent the case to National Ant-Corruption Commision (NACC) for further investigation, he said.

Mr. Tarit added that the Division would ask officials from the United Kingdom to assist with the investigation. He said that the DSI would also request relevant documents and evidences from the British officials, and that the officials had expressed their willingness to help.