Published on August 5, 2007
Pojaman sued for damage and lost business opportunities that she claimed were caused by the committee's order freezing her family's assets.
Jaruvan said tongue-in-cheek that the Shinawatra family should appeal for the release of its frozen wealth, as that would require proof of honest earnings.
Meanwhile, the Amnuay Tantara panel investigating the CTX bomb-detection equipment deal has asked Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont to intervene for a speedy translation of key evidence.
US authorities recently forwarded Federal Bureau of Investigation and Securities and Exchange Commission reports implicating Thai politicians in bribes to secure the deal.
Officials at the Foreign Ministry are translating the two reports.