“Senior Bentley” dismissed the lack of relevance as the director-general of DSI responded to accept case clearing.
in reference to a Bentley automobile owner He injured 8 people when, while driving erratically on the Chalerm Mahanakorn Expressway, he struck a Mitsubishi Pajero vehicle. News of the Department of Special Investigation’s Director-visit General’s to support the owner of the car’s case later surfaced. Bentley company
Triyarit Temahiwong, Director-General of the Department of Special Investigation, has admitted that he was not involved in the case (13 January 22).
Part of impersonation and their position on the night of the incident as the Director-General of the Department of Special Investigation would like to make it clear that he is not from the police line but he ended up on the side Medical Officer, if the matter is investigated and found to be justified in contacting the Bentley driver for legal counsel.
He had already decided to step down. Or, if it is discovered that a DSI subordinate is impersonating, disciplinary action will be taken. The Civil Service Regulations Act of 2008 states that criminal prosecution is undoubtedly parallel.
In light of this, he commanded the formation of a fact-finding committee. and has scheduled a time to speak with the witness to the incident in question.