- Apr 14 Sat 2012 18:02
Wa offers assistance in fake note scandal Wei Hsaitang Wa offers assistance in fake note scandal 25 December 2008 A senior Wa official has promised full coo 褐藻醣膠peration in the crackdown on Thai banknote forgers that reportedly originate from their own rank 房屋買賣s. “We caught and punished Wei Hsaitang for forging Chinese and Thai banknotes in 2002,” he reminded S.H.A.N. “We w 褐藻醣膠ill not protect anybody who is engaging in such inexcusable activities.” Wei Hsaitang, former commander of Mongyawn, opposite 建築設計Chiangmai’s Mae Ai district, was reportedly released only last year following increased tensions between the United Wa State Army (UWSA) and Nay P ARMANIyi Taw. A local police informant on the Thai-Burma border, interviewed last evening by TV Channel 3, said the counterfeit notes were manufactured by the “Red W 酒店工作a”, a popular term for the UWSA, and that each 1,000 baht note was sold at B 350 ($10). Channel 9 also reported that Chinese-made machines for checking watermarks are in great dem 租辦公室and in Maesai, opposite Burma’s Tachilek. It used to be priced at B250-300 each before the scandal, but since has jumped two-fold. A Thai security official said, according to a report, the 酒店兼職 fake notes had entered Burma from China through Mongla, 240km north of Maesai. “It doesn’t necessarily mean that they were produced by the Wa,” he told SHAN. “But we cannot eliminate the possibility right now.” 西裝外套 Forgers face life imprisonment and fake note spenders 1-15 years in jail in Thailand, according to Bangkok Post, 23 December issue. http://www.shanland.org/general/2008-1/wa-offers-assistance-in-fake-note-scand 西裝外套al .