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Police are to take legal action against an undertaker, his wife and about 10 accomplices for disposal human parts without a license.
Pol Maj-Gen Pacha Rattanaphan, deputy commissioner of 5th Region Provincial Police, said police were still waiting for results of an examination by Maharaj Nakhon Chiang Mai hospital of what were suspected to be human parts in 19 plastic bags seized from a cemetery over a week ago.
Once it was confirmed that the results were positive, police would proceed with legal action against the undertaker, Suthat Naramit, his wife and about ten other people for disposal of human parts without a license.
As for the former abbot of Wat Huey Din Jee, Chalerm Duangpaeng, Pol Maj-Gen Pacha said police could not take any legal action him because it had been confirmed that the infant was dead before it was born.
The former abbot was accused of using dead infants or foetus to make magic medication.