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Login Create Account Search. A provincial police deputy superintendent has gone into hiding as he is suspected in a widening teen prostitution scandal in which local police were both pimps and clients, authorities say. Deputy national police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul second from right listens to representatives of Mae Hong Son community groups who have asked the police to clear their province of prostitution and human trafficking.
The encounter took place in front of a room where police say sex services were bought and sold. Deputy national police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul made the revelation yesterday May 5 during a visit to the northern province.
He reviewed investigative reports dealing with forced teen prostitution and inspected a police room where Lt Col Mongkol Pantee, who is now at large, allegedly had sex with a teenage prostitute. At the provincial police headquarters, the deputy national police chief also met six people suspected of having bought sex from teenage prostitutes.
Five were policemen whose ranks ranged from corporal to lieutenant colonel. The other was a teacher. He told reporters there that he knew some of the girls involved in the case but he was investigating their sex ring.
A number of teenage girls were forced into the business and had images of owls tattooed on their chests. Investigators say pimps arranged for the girls to provide sexual services, with government officials said to be among the customers. In some cases, police say, girls were gang-raped. The governor of Mae Hong Son was said to have been one of the customers but he denied the reports. He has since been transferred to Interior Ministry headquarters pending further investigations.