THAILAND: Main suspect in Tesco attacks involved in arms dealing
The main suspect in the attacks on grocery chain Tesco Lotus , Nopporn Suwanprueksachart, was involved in arms dealing, according to army information revealed yesterday [Tuesday]. Nopporn had amassed an armoury at his house, while importing war weapons from military officers in neighbouring countries in order to modify and sell them on to the Sri Lankan separatists, the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam, and other minority rebels in Burma.
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