Google Restores Blocked Stories

Following appeals Google has restored stories which were previously blocked on
this site pending investigations of copyright complaints from two phony lawyers Brian Goudie and
Drew Walter Noyes.

Phoney lawyer 1 – Noyes
Drew Noyes, former publisher of the Pattaya Times, who has
now withdrawn claims that he is an American lawyer, had claimed pictures used
on this site were taken from his camera of him at his request and were stolen from
The claim was vehemently denied, more over publication of pictures taken from the Pattaya Times was in the public
interest and used to illustrate the activities of the newspaper. Noyes had a fraud judgment against him in the United States.
Phoney lawyer 2- Goudie

Brian Goudie acting on behalf of Bang Kao Holdings Ltd.
claimed the pictures of the Bang Kao resort, were the copyright of his
company.  Andrew Drummond accepted that
the pictures were the company’s copyright. But they were published publicly and
distributed to the public as a true image of what the resort would look like.

Andrew Drummond claimed that the pictures were of a resort promoted and offered for a sale by a man who had convictions for fraud, and falsely claimed to be a lawyer. It was in the over-riding public
interest to warn would be buyers of the serious possibility that such a resort, which boasted a
marina, might not be built or later offered as described, and that they should therefore use due diligence.

12 thoughts on “Google Restores Blocked Stories

    1. I believe things will finally come to an end for the douche bag crew in the not so distant future. I envision a few possibilities. 1. A trip to the monkey house. 2. Fleeing Thailand to another S.E. Asian country or possible a Central or South American country to begin fleecing expats there. 3. A mental breakdown resulting in permanent, involuntary hospitalization. 4. An untimely unnatural death.

    2. Andrew – thanks for your hard work. I am an expat living in Bangkok. I have a lovely Thai wife and we have two children. I own a house and live a wonderful life. We sometimes go to Pattaya for the weekend and while there a few months back, I saw the One Stop Lawyer service outfit. I told my wife that if we ever bought land or something on the Eastern Seaboard, we could always have it checked out by them. Since then, I found your blog and thank God I didn't take that route. What is going on with Drew Noyes is a real shame. I doubt we will ever see Pattaya cleaned up (at least not in our lifetimes) but we shouldn't have guys like Noyes running out of control down there. Thanks again for your fine reporting.

  1. So….cartoons images of buildings that will never be built…..aha….
    May be the Noise can buy one getting him out the "public housing projects" he currently lives in….?

  2. They will soon catch on to Malicious DMCA requests, they are not uncommon.. They will simply ignore anything that comes from them in future.

  3. He appears to have been at the Royal Academy at the same time as gaining his Bachelor of Science in Journalism(sic) at the University of Tennessee. Then some 20 years disappears off his work history. Shome mishtake shurely.

  4. Note the confusion on presents vs. present, as in, " they presents…
    Journalism degree?
    Or,… establishing ignorant Thai assistants?

    You've got him defensive and on the run, that's for sure.

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