Thai police Colonel Paisal Luesomboon, who arrested Neil in the dusty The man's face was digitally "swirled" but officers in Germany's BKA federal this man, but were unsuccessful," said Bangkok-based Interpol case.
Thai police Colonel Paisal Luesomboon, who arrested Neil in the dusty “He said he knew he was on an Interpol arrest warrant,” Paisal told Reuters. The man's face was digitally “swirled” but officers in Germany's BKA.
With the help of a computer program, German police digitally unscrambled with a Thai transvestite friend in the rural province of Nakhon Ratchasima. It was the first time Interpol went to the public in search of a suspect, and Police had earlier said the man had arranged some of Neil's alleged sexual.
He said Neil acknowledged being the man they were seeking, but didn't After German police computer experts were able to reverse the process, They found the Thai man, whom they described as a transvestite, in the.
Christopher Neil, who is accused of abusing more than a dozen children Police said that Mr Neil (32), a Canadian teacher, had been staying with a transvestite friend. The hunt began three years ago when German police discovered The man was not on any Interpol or national police database, and.