Saturday, April 20, 2013

Saturday, April 20, 2013
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-DREW NOYES SAYS SNITCH ON FOREIGN CRIMINALS ON MY VERY OWN CSD WEBSITE-



WE WERE JOKING - HE IS SERIOUS!


So why does this site hide behind weebly.com?
Drew Noyes – an American on trial in Thailand charged with extortion is now openly inviting foreigners in Thailand to report crimes to him through a new website called AskCSD.

Claiming co-operation from the Head of the Crime Suppression Division, Noyes, whose activities in Thailand have been regularly exposed on this site, is now inviting all foreigners to submit crime tips to the CSD through his very own ‘Tips’page on a 'weebly.com' site.

He claims that the CSD are working with his webmaster at his company in Pattaya called One Stop Service Center and that he has the blessing of General Supisarn, head of the CSD.

Noyes 'One Stop Service Centre has already been exposed for ripping off  the Thai Government Board of Investment's 'One Start One Stop' service

Just tell Drew
This outrageous move comes while  Noyes (RIGHT) , 57, is on trial in Pattaya for attempting to extort the Thonglor Clinic in Jomtien out of over 2 million baht – to stop a police raid on the premises.

Unofficial reports say that a CSD Consumer Affairs officer who was involved was transferred to southern Thailand.

Two days after we revealed Noyes' news police website he has now taken down the picture he lifted from the CSD's official website and replaced it with a series of rotating images showing himself and Niels Colov of the Pattaya People meeting with CSD officers.

Noyes, creator of the Pattaya Times has a fraud judgment against him in Orange Country, California in the United States and complaints have been lodged against him for assaults on females in North Carolina.

His damaging exploits in Thailand where he claimed to have spent '14 years in service to the King' have been well documented here.

Niels Colov was jailed in Denmark for amongst other things pimping and coercion before coming to Thailand.

Noyes and Colov to the left with CSD officers and the Mayor of Pattaya


The Crime Suppression Division has not yet commented on its alleged role in this new development

Noyes states:

 "This website is authorized and monitored under the authority of CSD Commander General Supisarn Bhakdinarinath.
The idea for the Ask CSD website was born during a seminar on Community Policing involving 150 foreigners, the Pattaya City Mayor Ittiphol Khunplume and CSD Commander General Supisarn.  This site is to keep the public informed and to get feedback from the foreigners in Thailand which is useful to the CSD.
General Supisarn has endorsed this website and his team has been working with the webmaster of One Stop Service Center, Co., Ltd."
The real CSD website

Noyes'askcsd site - which he has now changed.


This below is what he is asking here!




Nobody should give crime information to this site. You have been warned.



And when Noyes says 'Privacy Guarenteed' take no notice.
(One such person who admitted to Noyes he had smoke cannabis when he was 19 was billed by Noyes as a drugs dealer and had his name splashed over the Pattaya Times)

In fact Noyes collects information on what he says are 'wanted' foreigners- but invariably they are people who have exposed him for one thing or another - see below from the Pattaya Times.


No police force in the world out sources its crime reporting system.

Noyes and his common law wife Wanrapa Boonsu at a press conference to announce his arrest for extortion

For Drew Noyes, google his name, in conjunction with ‘myriad lies’, ‘fraud’, 'national housing authority', 'filipinas',Thonglor Clinic, sexual harrassment., etc. He has a history dating back over 20 years.

11 comments:

  1. So we can report Drew on his own web page?

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    1. Yes indeed. Probably will not get as far as the CSD - but we can ask them.

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    2. I have however submitted this.
      I believe Drew Noyes - the man behind this site has a judgment of fraud against him in Orange Country, California, several cases of assault on women lodged against him in North Carolina, and is currently on trial in Thailand on a charge of extortion - the case being held at Pattaya Provincial Court with the nexrt hearings scheduled for June 11-12. Why is the CSD working with this man?

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  2. I asked a couple of questions, but he ignored me.

    I demand answers.

    He is giving the CSD a bad name.

    I have a fugitive hiding in my carport....can Drew help me ?

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  3. Drew has this question on his site:

    "If someone sitting in the back of your motorbike has 1 gram of marijuana in his/her poceket, does that make the driver criminal? "

    Now, here's the response I've got via email. I'll be happy to send it to you AD.

    "CSD Response said:

    Simple possession of marijuana is a crime, but not a serious offense. However, foreigners can be deported for any criminal conviction. The person on the back of the motorcycle would be questioned as would the driver. If it was determined that the driver had not given or sold the marijuana to the passenger, then only the passenger could be charged with a crime."

    Reading this response (which WAS up on the site, though I didn't get a screenshot) a couple of questions popped into my mind...was this an actual CSD response or Drew's Spew (which would be a wee bit embarrassing for both Drew and the CSD) and does Thai law enforcement think drugs aren't a serious offense in the Kingdom?

    Today I've checked again and here's what's there:

    "Official Response from CSD:

    To answer this question, firstly it needs to take the corporation and intention of the driver into account. If the driver takes part in the act, it is absolutely illegal and guilty. Many behaviors can presuppose that the driver is one of such team such as planning together or separate duties to fulfill an objective as organized crime. In contrast, if the driver does not aware that his/her passenger possess any drug. It can be supposed that the driver does not have intention nor does not take part in that incident. However, the driver has responsibility to prove that his/her is innocent. It will take a significant period of time in process of judgment. So we strongly recommend all foreigners stay away from any drug and inform every supicious cases to the officer instantly."

    Now, I wonder which response was actually the CSD response. I'm going to ask the CSD on their site as I'm sure impersonating a CSD officer is a crime. I'll let you know if I hear anything.

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    1. Drew's pathetic attempt at speaking like a non native English speaker no doubt!

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    2. Yes I guess he could have put it into English with his journalism degree

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  4. Well, it is well known that Snitches get off lighter in court... Is Drew's Plan to try and lighten his own sentence by turning people in?? Fortunately for Pattaya's criminal population the only people that will visit his site are those that read this site first and will know how stupid Noyes is. Drew you'd better be careful - there are some serious crooks in Pattaya and you are publicising yourself as a police informant.. oh dear oh dear

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  5. My question would be this.

    What can the Police do to protect society from a psychopathic predator who preys on the innocent by pretending to be a lawyer? A man who uses the internet to create a resume and profile so far fetched, bullshit is not a strong enough word to describe it. A man who prints a newspaper with false articles about people who have exposed his myriad of lies. What can the police do to get this man off the streets behind bars where he belongs?

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    1. The police is doing nothing as usual. It's us, we, to band together and make so much noise that it becomes impossible to tolerate him.

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  6. This is so amazing that an American in Pattaya overseas and controls transnational crime evidence processing, I wonder if the police cheif knows that he has created a world first with even askthailandpolice.com belonging to the America involved in the extortion case??

    Something is brewing here, I wonder if the Work Permits of these foreigners allows them to process everything from pedophiles to terrorists!

    With a convicted Danish Pimp running Royal Thai Police Admin I wonder if there will be a rise of fall in the Pattaya Pedo scene??

    Perhaps this is part of privatization and maybe the Thais are selling criminal control concessions or maybe the Thais are looking for a Quasi FBI look with international feel and appeal.

    I myself am not getting involved as that Noyes has eyes like a psychopath that has been clittywhipped into some oriental beach resort mafia madness even hunting clinics. When I saw this blog I thought to myself "Andrew is a world class news reporter so what is all this mental mayhem that is too far-fetched to be true"

    Sadly this blog is not the joke that I thought it was intended to be but it does seem that the Thai police wish to show their open minded attitude towards globalization and sexual freedoms by outsourcing their intelligence gathering operations to Noyes. I wonder what the US ambassador has to say about all this??

    I wonder if Yingluck the Prime Minister approves of running the police like a corporation and letting Americans on Pattaya beach with their Danish pals do their job for them??

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