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Old 17-03-2010, 01:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dead hero cop now police general

His Majesty the King has signed a royal order appointing the late Pol Col Sompian Eksomya to the rank of police general. The royal order took effect on March 12.

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Old 24-03-2010, 01:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Fundraiser T-shirts to be sold in honor of the late Pol Gen Sompien
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BANGKOK, 24 March 2010 (NNT) – T-shirts of the late courageous Police General Sompien Aeksomya who passed away from a roadside ambush in the South will be sold as a fundraiser for his family.

A T- shirt with words of, “Sergeant Pien, 12 March 2010” written in the front, was designed by news reporters of the Royal Thai Police in order to mourn and recognize the late hero who died on duty from a roadside ambush in Bannang-Sata district of Yala province.

The price of the T-shirts are 95 THB per piece and only 300 T-shirts will be available. All proceeds will go to the late hero's family and those who wish to donate additional funds to his family may do so. The T-shirts are available on the 13th floor of building 13 of the Royal Thai Police's media division.

Before Police General Sompien Aeksomya passed away, he had met with the police commission to request for a transfer to a safer zone in the South. The request was shrugged off and delayed, leaving him to feel injustice towards the police system until the last day of his life. The late Police Colonel Sompien was posthumously promoted to the rank of general by His Majesty the King on 18 March 2010.

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Hope this promotion means a few more pension Baht to his family. Otherwise, doubt he cares much at this point.
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In another development, a Royal Thai Police inquiry has found two senior police failed to honour a transfer request for a veteran southern police officer who was later killed in an insurgent attack.

The officers had the authority to respond to a transfer request filed by then Pol Col Sompien Eksomya, but failed to do so, committing a disciplinary offence, the panel found.

The national police chief will decide on their penalty. At the most, they will suffer a pay cut, as the offence is deemed to be minor.

The panel, led by Pol Gen Ek Angsananon, found Pol Lt Gen Peera Pumpichet, then chief of the Police Operation Centre for Southern Border Provinces, and Pol Lt Gen Weerayut Sitthimalik, chief of Provincial Police Region 9, made mistakes in the transfer of Pol Col Sompien last year.

After serving in the South for 40 years, Pol Gen Sompien asked to be transferred from Yala's Bannang Sata district to Kantang district in Trang to serve out his last year before retirement in relative safety.Despite his name being put on the transfer list, it was not there when the list was approved.

Later, Pol Col Sompien claimed he was a victim of political interference in the annual police reshuffle.

On March 12 this year, he and his driver were killed by insurgents. Following his death and a public outcry over Pol Col Sompien's fate, the Royal Thai Police launched an investigation into alleged problems with his transfer.

He was promoted to police general posthumously.
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