Friday, September 27, 2013

Friday, September 27, 2013
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The international media are  reporting today that a real SAS man might be hiding out in Thailand. This is  because of the country's lenient police and low cost of living, said the Daily Mail.

Its not that SAS men normally have to run from the law, but this one known as 'N', which I believe stands for 'Norm', was the sniper who claimed that the death of Princess Diana, Princess of Wales, in Paris, was orchestrated by the British Government and carried out by the SAS.

The SAS shone bright lights into the driver's eyes before the accident in a tunnel under the River Seine.

Police have re-opened an investigation into Diana's death. But 'N' did not want to hang around.

Either he genuinely feared for his life, or he was laying it on a bit thick.

But actually the information leading to the enquiry came not originally from him but from his estranged wife and her parents who said he had admitted to them that Diana's death was arranged by his unit.

Soldier 'N' who has a conviction for illegally handling firearms (Its illegal when they are off duty) was a key witness at the trial SAS Sergeant Danny Nightingale on illegal arms possession.

Intrigue? Yes. But if you sit next to him at a Pattaya bar switch on your i-phone record.

Maybe he might get to meet up with this character.

9 comments:

  1. Better hope Harry never finds him.

    How could shining a bright light in the eyes of the driver offer any more guarantee of taking someone out than the passenger in the rear letting one rip?

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  2. He might need to enlist Pattaya's best legal minds like Drew Noyes and Brian Goldie to stave off extradition back to the old dart. If he thought he battled evil doers and dastardly fiends in the SAS, wait until he faces the bar stool warriors of Pattaya. l hope he didn't buy a condo off anyone. If he has he'll really learn about jungle warfare and dirty tactics.

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  3. Police are following up 300 potential leads in Pattaya bars!!

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  4. How will they catch him in Pattaya? I have met several hundred S.A.S there over the years. They hang out everywhere. I think some are actually SCOTTISH AMBULANCE SERVICE though.

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  5. Where better to hide out than Pattaya, The mecca of the worlds special forces

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  6. "Either he genuinely feared for his life, or he is hiding from his ex mother in law".

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  7. I would keep away from "Norm", he is not safe.

    He was the subject of the search of the accomm, which was outside the Lines in Hereford, and which stemmed from the threats he was making to his family. The silenced Sig Sauer and ammo they found were "Norm's" which is no big deal, but he had also left a live grenade with only its pin in within the dilapidated and unsecure garage that adjoined the accom.

    These later claims could be just fantasy / family infighting between an abused family and a man who has now lost everything. BUT there is no excuse for treating a live grenade in that manner.

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  8. And "Norm" was not a witness at Danny's court martial, though his previous court martial proceedings were referenced at some length.

    The Daily Mail as usual did not get its facts right.

    It should be said neither man was dishonourably discharged.

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  9. He who dares. Ends up in pattaya

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