Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Wednesday, February 17, 2016
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BUT IT TOOK A YEAR TO RULE EVEN THE SUMMONS WAS ILLEGAL!

Another case brought by Drew Walter Noyes, the former publisher of the Pattaya Times, who was convicted of extortion before fleeing on bail to the United States, was today thrown out by the Pattaya Court.

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The judge ruled that the summons against Alastair ‘Ally ‘ Cooper for criminal libel and libel under the Thai Computer Crime Act had not been legally delivered.

Court officials had stated that the summons was accepted on Cooper’s behalf at a hotel in Khon Kaen,North East Thailand.

In fact had Cooper not even stayed at the hotel at the time in question and could prove he was actually in Bangkok and the manager of the hotel specifically stated that she would not accept the summons as Cooper was not a resident of the hotel.



The decision marks the end of a year long ordeal for Cooper, an oil rig superintendent. which has lasted a year.

Noyes will have to return to Thailand on March 8th to refile the case again.

Ally Cooper
That is not likely as a warrant has been issued for his arrest after he failed to turn up for his appeal against a 2 year jail sentence together with his common-law wife Wanrapa Boonsu for attempting to extort the Thonglor Clinic, Pattaya, out of 7 million baht, on pain of bad publicity in his newspaper and a police raid on the premises.

The case however does reflect some irregular behaviour by the court.

Drew Noyes employed the wife of the head of court security at his One Stop Service Center in Jomtien, and shortly after he fled to the US an official court interpreter went on Facebook to wish him luck.

Noyes.a fake lawyer with felonies in the U.S., also held a legal seminar with the court judges, announcing in his Pattaya Times that he would be writing a book on libel with the Chief Judge of Chonburi.

From Noyes' Pattaya Times
Court officials are responsible for delivering summonses – not the postal service.

Cooper's alleged crime was merely to ‘share’ a story on Facebook.

That story was a report by myself on  this site that Drew Noyes was suing the web forum SubZeroSiam for publishing photo-shopped pictures of Noyes and Goudie in a gay parade.  I was named as a defendant in the same case, but did not attend. That will also not proceed.

(Strangely although my address was with the Immigration Department, Public Relations Department, Ministry of Foreign A|ffairs - and was even published on the internet I also never received a summons for this case.  The summons I learned later was a 'public summons' which means all that happens is that it is published on a court/government website and I am expected to see it.)



Noyes also sued the person he claimed was the owner of ‘SubZeroSiam’. The court accepted false documents alleging an American teacher was responsible.

That case is also due for a review early next month.

Meanwhile from the United States Drew Noyes has today announced the birth of his ninth* child Austin Drew by a Thai mother.

The woman in question is a former employee at One Stop Services and a former nanny whom he had failed to get an American visa for.

Pawadee Jittrerom appears to have taken over one of the many Facebook sites Noyes has put up and used it for personal messaging.


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Noyes also sued the person he claimed was the owner of ‘SubZeroSiam’. The court accepted false documents alleging an American teacher was responsible.

That case is also due for a review early next month.

Meanwhile from the United States Drew Noyes has today announced the birth of his nineth* child Austin Drew by a Thai mother. He states that his first Thai wife Nittaya Chaiyasit attended at the birth.

The woman in question is a former employee at One Stop Services and a former nanny whom he had failed to get an American visa for.

Pawadee Jittrerom appears to have taken over one of the many Facebook sites Noyes has put up and used it for personal messaging.

8 comments:

  1. Poor old (and I do mean old) Droopy.
    His life is finished.
    Now my travel ban has been lited I can re start my life.
    I have to thank and respect the judge for his fair and wise decision.
    Only 1 week ago we were being approached by lawyers to settle for a 1 off payment of 500'000 Baht. This was refused. With the counter suing about to start from my side, I would imagine they are wishing they had dropped the case when it was suggested with a no counter suing agreement.
    Now back to business. Where is the little scrote Goldie…..?
    He has a date with a Thai court and prison cell.
    I bet out victory wont be covered bt Case Watch Asia, will it Bwian?

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  2. Well done Ally, I'm sure you are pleased to put this behind you, so good luck with restarting your life.
    Noyse meanwhile is posting that he will see his latest offspring 'soon'. That's going to take some doing if Andrew's reports that Noyse attempts to get the latest mother of his children a visa have failed - He (Noyse) after all faces some difficulty visiting Thailand.

    Winter is well on in the US, I imagine Noyse is getting severe cabin fever, locked up with a gaggle of his kids, no woman to do the domestic stuff for him... or that other stuff either.

    Don't worry about Bwian, he's not gone far.

    Too dumb, too arrogant or too dumb and arrogant to run when he had a chance.

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    PS.... I wonder if recidivism is inherited? We should all hope not the way Noyse is breeding.

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  3. Congratulations Ally

    Now is the time to play your next card wisely when countersuing. Fools rush in etc.

    Consider carefully when and where to issue the summons.

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  4. Congratulations Ally

    Now please consider carefully when and where to play your next card. Fools rush in etc.

    Be patient with the countersuing summons and the trap will work.

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  5. Well done Ally. Good luck in future endeavours.

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  6. Good deal to read this Ally, Now if just some way to nail him in the U.S. courts

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  7. Excellent news Ally. Keep fighting the good fight. Any legal means to nail this cockroach has to be given full support.

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  8. Despite Noyse's conviction for attempted extortion he remains via "One Stop Legal" as sponsor of Thaivisa.

    Any suggestion that Thaivisa has ever had it's member's interests at heart has to be viewed in context of Nosye being allowed to sponsor subforums on Thaivisa where foreigners who are very likely to be in legally vulnerable positions are handed to Noyse via the sponsorship deal.

    It might be understandable for Thaivisa to chose not to risk the kind of legal battles Andrew has had to fight to tell us the truth about Noyse not publish the reports of his conviction, but to allow a man who is a convict to tout for business on their forum is disgraceful.

    We all need to be thankful for the very few reporters and campaigners who will stick their necks out to expose criminals in Thailand for what they are.

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