Anti-human trafficking police will seek arrest warrants for at least two more persons in connection with the alleged prostitution of minors in Mae Hong Son. Kornchai Klayklueng, commander of the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Division, declined to reveal the names of the suspects on April 25, saying his force would not spare criminals no matter how influential they were. The mother of one of the victims has claimed that several government officials, including a police deputy superintendent and Mae Hong Son Governor Suebsak Iamwichan, were customers of the ring. “Her latest interviews with media include new information, particularly the parts regarding alleged sex buyers. I ordered her interviews transcribed,” Kornchai said.