HIGH NOON IN HUA HIN AS DUTCHMAN ORDERED TO HAND OVER PROPERTY DEEDS
|Confrontation at Avalon-Khao Noi|
Hendrikse’s activities were exposed on this site in an investigation published in August and September 2010.
His blatant property frauds were supported by local officials.
He had employed Jason Coghlan, brother of British gangland figure Arran Coghlan ‘The Teflon Don’ to keep residents of the Avalon Housing complex in Hua Hin under control. Some 100 plus house have been sold by Hendrikse, who has yet to hand over their property deeds.
It is feared that Hendrikse may have used the deeds to raise further loans. But he himself has been loaning money recently to another property fraudster Alan McDonald and is having trouble getting it back.
Yesterday Dinkie and his wife were summoned by the army to the Amphur in Hua Hin. Reports say that he has been given two weeks to hand over the deeds.
|Jason Coghlan - terrorised residents with a gun which he says was provided by Thai police|
The matter appears to have been taken out of police hands. Police had done nothing about numerous complaints for years.
Nobody has been able to sell their property except back to Dingeman who offers 1/3 of what they bought it for.
Jason Coghlan was given a house at the entrance to the Avalon estate in Hua Hin, now known as Khao Soi - and from there he was able to see people come and go.
His job was to shut up all complainants which Coghlan claimed he did quite successfully. However Coghlan like Dinkie even less and told him where he could put his job.
He later moved to Spain where he set up Jacog Law offering legal advice to the British criminal fraternity.
|The original investigation|