Cameraman caper: Former journalist nabbed for stealing from fellow hacks

Parliamentary Police officers arrested a former Thai journalist as he posed as a news cameraman for stealing valuables from different hacks. Police consider the suspect tried to blackmail new Members of Parliament.
Journalists from a quantity of information outlets gathered at Parliament House yesterday to interview new MPs who reported for work at Parliament.
Amid the chaos, one reporter noticed the previous light-fingered journalist who stole some of his valuables a couple of years in the past and reported it to the Parliamentary Police. Monetize managed to apprehend the person, whose id was not reported.
Backed insisted that he was a journalist and came to Parliament to take footage for his information articles. He wore an official press cross card with a strip that displayed a Parliament logo on it. However, his press card had expired and he couldn’t present the permission document given by the Parliament authorities.
According to the sufferer, the man was a former journalist from the Public Relations Department of Thailand. His press card was legitimate from September 2, 2010, to September 1, 2011.
The journalist sufferer disclosed that the unscrupulous thief had snatched his laptop computer whereas he was at Thammasart University.
Despite submitting a complaint with the police on the time, no progress had been made. So, he reclaimed his stolen property back by himself. The victim alleged that the man additionally stole on the Office of the Election Commission.
Following further investigation by the police, the person was seen within the CCTV footage sneaking into Parliament via an unguarded small gate.
Moreover, the person reportedly used inappropriate pictures to threaten newly appointed MPs for money. He solely centered on the politicians who had been new and wealthy. Officers consider that he got here to Parliament yesterday to search for his next sufferer..

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