Chairoj Saengkhamsat said he had a 30minute videotape of the trial operation on the unnamed housewife, which he recorded himself. The failed operation was performed two years before murder victim Raweewan Setarat became a client at Phaisal's Bio Clinic at Don Muang.
Speaking to reporters ahead of a new trial involving the Bio Clinic owner tomorŽrow, the clinic's former assisŽtant marketing manager said he helped prepare evidence for Dr Phaisal in his defence against civil lawsuits filed by Raweewan after she became disfigured by use of the liquid silicone.
Chairoj said he had severŽal other pieces of evidence that proved Bio Clinic's regular ads about cosmetic surgery were false and misleading and that its branches used liquid silicone invented by Phaisal.
He said he resigned from Bio Clinic after noticing criminal activities in Phaisal's medical practices. He later met with Don Muang police after Raweewan was shot dead on September 13. He also submitted evidence to Lat Phrao police, Crime Suppression Division officers and Nong Khae police in Saraburi, but little progress had been made.
Phaisal will be prosecuted tomorrow for producing his liquid silicone without permission and failing to officially register it with the Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), Economic and Cyber Crime Division (Ecotec) chief Pol Major General Wisut Wanichbutr said yesterday.
Ecotec was acting an FDA complaint submitted to it not long after police linked Raweewan's murder with the earlier killing of a Bio Clinic client in Saraburi and the fatal shooting of Phaisal's former driver in Bangkok.