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THAI COPS – NOW YOU SEE THEM. NOW YOU DON’T

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This is one of my favourite photographs from Thailand. It’s a picture of three Thai policemen and one foreigner arrested on kidnap charges. Can you spot the cops?  No, they’re covered up. American John McCleary, however, is displayed for the media cameras in a case in which the farce continued right through the trial.  Hutcherson kidnap (police re-enactment!) The three cops (in white) …

THAILAND – CAMBODIA: ANOTHER BOILER ROOM BOY DISAPPEARS FROM POLICE CLUTCHES

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The popular Thai expat website ThaiVisa.com has published a story stating that British boiler room fraudster Toby Nelhams, the believed mastermind behind the murder of fellow Briton Tony Kenway in Pattaya last January, had been released by Cambodian police as long ago as last October. If that’s true then for Nelhams, who was found guilty of fraud, it can only …

HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES IN THAILAND’S FISHING INDUSTRY – ‘COVER UP – THE SEQUEL’

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Thailand’s effort to put an end to slave labour in the fishing industry is little more then a ‘theatrical exercise for international consumption’, states a report out today. While the Thai government scrambled to create a new ordinance for the fishing industry after severe criticism both of fishing methods and trafficked slave labour by the European Union, problems remain rampant. …

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WANTED BY SCOTLAND YARD? WHAT IS IT WITH THIS ‘CHILLING EFFECT IN THAILAND?’

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MONEY MONEY MONEY. IT’S A RICH MAN’S WORLD Mark Hallett, from Somerset, wanted in the UK for fraud and money-laundering, photographs 1 million baht in a Bangkok apartment When the defence lawyers for Zaw Lynn and Wai Phyo, the two Burmese charged and convicted for the murders in Thailand of Britons David Miller and Hannah Witheridge, pleaded in the High Court in London for the Scotland …

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Paul Hayward, Thailand: The Truth About That Exclusive Interview

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About a month ago Paul John Hayward, a ‘Bangkok businessman’ succeeded in getting Google to put a block on the website Andrew-Drummond.com. Hayward claimed that he was not a man who made his cash out of fraudulent investment houses (see below). “We act for Paul John Hayward. We understand from Mr. Hayward that he is a businessman in Bangkok, Thailand …

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NINE YEARS WAIT FOR JUSTICE IN HUA HIN SHOOTING CASE FOR SEATTLE WOMAN

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*Thai Supreme Court Confirms Life Sentence against main conspirator – the wife of Briton facing drug charges back home. *18 Million Thai baht (US$550,000) damages to widow of former U.S. Marine gunned down in Hua Hin. The Thai Supreme Court has confirmed the life sentence imposed on Janpen ‘Sarah’ Oxley, the wife of Sheffield Briton Darren Oxley, for conspiracy to …

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‘ALLEGED FRAUDSTER’ PAUL HAYWARD TO GOOGLE “TAKE DRUMMOND DOWN!”

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IS HE THE ‘BIG CLUB OWNER AND SEX INDUSTRY BOSS’ OR AN INTERNATIONAL FRAUDSTER? THERE ARE SCANT RECORDS ON THE FORMER The multi-national technology company Google has closed down the andrew-drummond.com investigations site in the U.K. after complaints and threats of legal action from Paul Hayward, the self-proclaimed ‘King of Clubs’ in Bangkok, and a major player in Thailand’s sex …

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KEEPING THE LID ON THAI PROPERTY SCANDALS –

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The BBC’s Jonathan Head, who is being sued for what a lot more foreign correspondents in Thailand should have been doing for years, is finding out just what it means to get involved in Thailand’s controversial legal system. Jonathan, who took up the cases of Briton’s Ian Rance and Irishman Colin Vard, the latter which was first investigated on this …