Phuket Gazette

BANGKOK: TEN people suspected to have cheated in a police entrance exam in December were arrested on Tuesday morning as they attended cadet orientation at a Police Club in Bangkok.

Arrest warrants were issued for at least 51 students regarding the case last month (story here).

“The 10 men, accused of copying exam answers from others, were wanted on charges of racketeering, giving false information to police and violating the Article 14(2) of the Computer Act by putting false information into a computer,” Metropolitan Police Bureau commissioner Lt General Sanit Mahathavorn said.

Gen Sanit confirmed that all those shown by evidence to have been involved in exam cheating would face prosecution. Police would deal with ‘successful’ candidates first, he said, as...

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