File- Thai police. (REUTERS/Jorge Silva)
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The resignation of a senior Thai policeman in charge of a sweeping human trafficking investigation raises serious questions over the country's commitment to end the illegal trade and protect its officers, a rights group said on Monday.Thailand has indicted 88 people suspected of involvement in human trafficking since launching a nationwide investigation into gangs following the discovery in May of 30 bodies in graves buried near the Thailand-Malaysian border, which prompted an international outcry.Investigations have been exacerbated by at least three cases of witness intimidation.
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