Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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Thai PM orders probe into why case against Red Bull heir was dropped

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Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP
Sira Jenjaka (left), head of the House of Representatives' Committee on Legal Affairs, Justice, and Human Rights, left, chairs an inquiry session on the decision to drop charges against the Red Bull heir in Bangkok on Wednesday. Photo: AP
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