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SEAN TINSLEY – MAN ON THE RUN OR DOES HE WANT TO PAY HIS DEBT TO SOCIETY?

In Adam Pickles, immigration, murder by Andrew Drummond2 Comments

Sean Tinsley, the dodgy visa agent convicted of assaulting the Head of English at an International School in Pattaya on Thailand’s eastern seaboard, has been busy packing his belongings while on bail appealing to the Supreme Court. Tinsley was found guilty at the Appeal Court of assault, jailed for six years and ordered to pay 6.2 million baht – £114,000. …

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HACKERS SUPPORT WITHERIDGE FAMILY – THAI COURT SYSTEM ATTACKED

In Hannah Witheridge, Hannah Witheridge and David Miller, Human Rights Abuses, Human Rights Watch, immigration, Investigations, Koh Tao Murders, murder, murder Koh Tao, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond4 Comments

HACKERS SUPPORT WITHERIDGE FAMILY – COURTS OF JUSTICE WEBSITES DOWN ‘SORRY WEBSITE IS BEING UPDATES The international hackers group ‘Anonymous’ launched a second attack on the Thai government early today Thai time taking down some 297 sites run by the country’s Courts of justice. Protesting against the guilty verdicts on two young Burmese for the murder of Britons Hannah Witheridge …

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A FISHY SMELL FROM CHAIYAPHUM

In murder, Uncategorised by Andrew Drummond3 Comments

ONE MURDERED SOUTH ASIAN, FIFTY DEAD DOGS. DISPOSING OF FOREIGNERS IN THAILAND’S BOONDOCKS Two years after a foreigner was gunned down in a fish farm in the Thai province of Chaiyaphum Thai police have failed to prosecute the killers despite extensive DNA evidence and witness testimony. This week a witness was under the protection of the Department of Special Investigation …

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THE ‘CHILLING EFFECT’ – KOH TAO SUSPECTS SACRIFICED FOR BRITISH GOVERNMENT INTERESTS?

In Hannah Witheridge, murder, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond8 Comments

‘I feel considerable unease’ – Justice Green Case No: HQ15X0311 Queen Bench Division, High Court of Justice The two young Burmese accused of the murders of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller on the Thai island of Koh Tao were sacrificed by the British authorities in the interests of continued police co-operation between the Royal Thai Police and Scotland Yard. Ruling …