Even the police are getting in on the act. A PNP spokesperson has said the “law enforcement agency...[must] implement the arrest warrants”. Now that raises the question what about all the other warrants to arrest IP violators which remain outstanding. The PNP routinely fail to arrest suspects. The Thais are not likely to show up now, and the distributor posted bail, so its all talk.
IP Komodo thinks the IP authorities are keeping a low profile as this case shows that anyone can use the criminal system to conjure up a case, based on laws which really shouldn't apply to commercial business disputes. Meanwhile genuine IP cases languish for years on the criminal system taking 10 years or so to get to trial.