While he has promoted himself alongside the redshirts in Pattaya, groveled to be pictured with ministers of the Yingluck Shinawatra government, and tried to get photographed with the PM herself, and even donned the political T-shirt of Kamnan Poh’s former government coalition party in Chonburi, American businessmen Drew Noyes has now seen the light and is attempting desperately, embarrassingly so, to tie himself in with the new military government of Thailand.
|‘Wear red!’ they said. ‘This is all I have”|
Here is Drew Noyes as a red-shirt in Pattaya, where the local police chief whom he had inundated with flowers, fled prior to his replacement by the army.
This (left) is my favourite though now slightly historical picture from Noyes’s now defunct Pattaya Times – and I am guessing that these two Generals still do not know that David Hanks on the left is the former owner of Masquerades Brothel in Keysborough, Victoria, Australia, and currently on bail in relation to a money lending scam to Russians in Pattaya.
Drew of course was exposed across Pages One and Three of the Morning Star in North Carolina, long before he came to Thailand, where allegations were made against him of sexual harassment, and share and property fraud.
While of course he likes to get himself photographed with anybody of importance, he now knows which side his bread is buttered and is presumably practicing his salutes while he is updating his political convictions.
Now he is boasting on Google+ of his invitation to the Army Club, before the coup, and is very chuffed that a ‘friend’ of his has been invited to the Birthday Party of the army chief.
‘The Commanding General for the Thailand Army now in charge of the government will host a birthday party for a very dear friend of mine next month at the Bangkok Army Club. If you want to go contact me. See 33 pics of the party I attended at the Army Club before the coup at
(I am not a Google + member. But I will be delighted to see these pictures when they come through)
|No – he did not rush to pose for this one.|
Next Monday in Bangkok – the civil court is expected to award 5 million baht damages to Alastair Cooper – against Drew Noyes, David Hanks, and fake Royal Marines Captain Brian Goudie, for ranting that he was a drugs dealer and being sought by the US Secret Service for a threat against Hilary Clinton.
Yes. It does not get more absurd than this, but well done Ally who I believe is somewhere in the South China Sea
Tomorrow – Monday – Brian Goudie, aka, Goldie, Drew’s fake lawyer friend is apparently in court in Koh Samui. Something to do with not paying back 7.9 million baht to Barbara Fanelli Miller, a 76-year old woman who paid him that in ‘barristers’ fees and bail for her son (which he never got).
|Drew wearing an ‘I support the Phalang Chon ‘ Party of the former
government coalition – interviews former Minister of Culture
Sukamol Kunplume, er, about culture, at the birthday party of Kamnan
Poh, who has been found guilty of murder
And as for the Drew Noyes’s trial with his wife Wanrapa Boonsu for the attempted extortion of the Thonglor Clinic, Jomtien, where he allegedly demanded first seven million baht to stop a police raid on the premises (later reduced to 2.3 million baht) it appears Andrew Drummond is now being called as a witness.
Drummond had complained to lawyers for the clinic wondering why he had not been on the original witness list. His request has now been answered.
He will now be asked to take the stand to explain why he is victimising Thailand’s most credible re-assuring businessman.
|Drew Noyes has been given leave to bring a cushion
to court to sit on while testifying. This is not the cushion
which was black and white. Its an impression by ‘Weapon’.
Apparently Noyes ranted in court playing the victim card: “It’s all a conspiracy against me by that man Drummond”.
Well the author was not there so this is not a direct quote, but I am sure it conveys Noyes’ attitude. So to battle it is on September 23rd.
Meanwhile it seems some Russian gentlemen want to talk to him about a property sale which in true Noyes fashion was not what it was cracked up to be.