Pattaya Daily News

05 May 2011 :: 08:05:42 am 53516

Police Increase Security After Osama Bin Laden’s Death

On Tuesday, Thailand’s national police chief, Wichean Potephosree ordered tightened security at embassies, consulates and prominent ambassadors following the killing of al-Qaeda leader, Osama Bin Laden, police department spokesman Prawut Thavornsiri said
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The police chief instructed the Metropolitan Police Bureau, the Central Investigation Bureau and the Border Patrol Police Bureau to set up checkpoints and patrol high-rise buildings within 300-metre radius from significant places listed, as precaution against an attack.

The Immigration Bureau is ordered to increase their security in checking suspicious persons travelling into the country as well as their accommodations and meeting places.

The police will also provide security for foreign trade representatives and foreign business offices, which are likely targets of an attack.

All relevant agencies are assigned to work closely on intelligence and report to the Royal Thai Police immediately in case of emergency.

Osama Bin Laden’s killing, which was announced by US President Barack Obama from the White House on Monday, may impose potential threat of Islamic violence by loyalists of his al-Qaeda network.

A decade after the ‘9/11′ attack in 2001, Bin Laden was killed by US commandos in a helicopter raid at a compound in Pakistani city of Abbottabad

Report By: mcot

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