No or Nok Moen
Public prosecutors filed charges against the defendant of illegal migration and trafficking in persons for the purpose of exploitation.
Victims / Plaintiffs in the first instance
Defendants / Respondents in the first instance
The defendant, a Cambodian citizen, entered Thailand illegally. After his arrival, he resided without residence permit in Rayong Province. During his stay in Thailand, he trafficked the three victims – all Cambodian citizens residing in Cambodia – to come to Thailand. Upon their arrival, they were threatened with a present danger to life and limb and also beaten up by the defendant. By these means, they were compelled to beg for money on the streets and exploited. Each victim had to pay at the places where the defendant placed them and each victim had to pay the defendant 400 Baht (app. USD 13.38) per day.
Charges / Claims / Decisions
Section 11 and 62 of the Immigration Law B.E. 2522 (1979)
Section 4, 6 (1) and 52 of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act B.E. 2551 (2008)