Shogun fraud case wrapped up

Police take Pasist Arinchalapis, 31, aka Sin Sae Shogun, to the Criminal Court to extend her detention in custody in mid April. (File photo by Patipat Janthong)

Police have concluded their investigation in the Sin Sae Shogun pyramid-scheme case, with prosecution recommended for 10 suspects and alleged damage caused to 517 people totalling 51 million baht.

Case investigators met for the last time at the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok on Wednesday, wrapping up their report.

The 10 suspects include Pasist Arinchalapis, 31, aka Sin Sae Shogun. They allegedly lured people into buying  "food supplement products" and shares in their business, with rewards of a free trip to Japan in April.

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