The assets of a former police chief from the Nakhon Sawan Provincial Police Station, Pol. Col. Thitisan Utthanaphon, or “Joe Ferrari,” who was convicted of murdering a drug suspect, are set to be confiscated by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC).
The NACC has found grounds for guilt against the ex-cop after resolving that he is “abnormally” rich with more than one billion Baht in assets, including houses, supercars, and many others, Isranews reported.
Joe Ferrari is nicknamed so because of his collection of luxury cars. Joe was convicted of being a ringleader in the torture-killing of 24-year-old drug suspect Jirapong Thanapat. He was sentenced to life in prison.
The NACC is preparing to file a motion to seize Joe’s assets with the Attorney General to forward to the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases for a ruling. All assets will be returned to the state, according to Isranews.