Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Wednesday, September 21, 2016
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Alas - sad news from across the pond in North Carolina where Drew Noyes, currently on the run from a jail sentence and conviction for extortion in Pattaya, Thailand, has been hit by an iron bar in his local Home Depot.


It is reported that even though he complained to Home Depot personnel they would not take him to the local hospital - so he had to drive himself.

'We are all concerned about Daddy (writes his one of his sons using his old man's Facebook page - so its probably Drew himself) 'He got smashed in his face and had to get a CAT scan'.

.....'He can't work and is in bed'.

Noyes - apart from being a partner in the notorious One Stop Legal Service Center in Pattaya (no such organisation exists on the books of the Business Development Bureau but he has changed the name so if punters sue - it will be wrong) claims now to be also running Real Estate Development Corp.


Home Depot staff would not take him to the hospital

I can't find a listing for that.


Poor old Home Depot. I feel a law suit coming on. Here's the evidence he will present on the right.

But congratulations are in order. Having fathered 10 children by two wives, one common law wife, a niece, and a maid Drew has announced his engagement to a Miss Pawadee Jittrerom who bore him a baby boy after he fled.

Its a long distance engagement I understand. He will be arrested if he returns to Thailand. 

If Homeland Security allow more of his Thai wives into the US Trump should be told.








Pictures: James Noyes




33 comments:

  1. It looks like his money is running low and he is stupid enough to believe he can take on attorneys representing a giant like Home Depot.

    Has there been any effort to make their home office aware that they are dealing with a con artist?

    Not that they would really need that once they see those shallow Facebook posts.

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    1. His record and past misdeeds are irrelevant in a civil lawsuit, giants like home depot would more often than not offer to settle out of court to avoid the publicity.

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    2. Yes but if they checked and found he had been convicted of extortion they might contest or at least get much reduced costs. I don't think DN will like his history coming up in court - which can be legally reported and carries privilege..

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    3. If plaintiff makes a prima facia case for negligence, previous or pending criminal convictions would carry no weight or substance in civil courts, depending on admissibility and the probative value, plus all US citizens are protected by the 5th amendment.

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    4. I am sorry, but if he were to claim negligence, he would have to state how and why. If the store was negligent obviously they would have to pay. However if his story is disputed and he has invented a scenario that defendant would have cause to show previous history.

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  2. Dude's just pathetic. I am really surprised any hospital admitted him. He will probably wring some cash out of them just for nuisance's sake (after all the "hot coffee" lady made out). I've seen larger mosquito bites.

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  3. I was hoping it was by someone on the other end of the bar. The justice he should have gotten. Ahh well one day someone will catch him. Then it will be Karmas day

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  4. Love the facebook post. Written as though by a child except the bit about Home Depot's negligence. Great stuff.

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  5. Why do you start your comment in reply to Steam Punk with "I am sorry," AD? What have you got to apologise for?

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    1. I'm sorry Megalodon - It's a British think. As in Thai it does not necessarily mean what it says.

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    2. "thanks... But no thanks...." nothing of substance to comment on?

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  6. He is truly a sick man, He looks like he is a 70+ con man, Does he really think anyone believes his kids would go on his facebook page and post that? What a load of BS

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  7. Any news on where he works ? I am in the US and will contact his employer about his past

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    1. Great idea, when you have exposed him and he has lost his job (the suggestion has been that he is self-employed anyway) would you then help support his family? He may deserve that but vindictive action from someone who has not been affected by Noyes misdeeds that will affect his children is uncalled for.

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    2. He is unlikely to be employed. He claims he runs a real estate business. Drew Noyes has brought problems on his family. Nobody else has.He remains at large for having been sentenced for extortion. Personally I would have more sympathy for his victims.

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    3. No , I am not worried how he supports his family, What about all the victims he has scammed ? I worry more about their families than his. He is a con man who needs to be held accountable . It will catch up with him sooner or later and his SuperDAD cover will be blown.

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    4. AD, I have no sympathy for him whatsoever, neither did I comment about who has brought problems on whom, but I do have sympathy for his children who do not deserve the fallout of Amazing's offer to put the figurative boot in when Noyes has obviously done him no wrong.

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  8. Absolute cobblers Bob. As AD has intimated, you rather strangely express sympathy for the person behind so much grief and sorrow in Thailand - instead of his victims.
    Can you not accept that he has been convicted of a criminal offence, albeit in a Mickey Mouse court in Toytown?
    As such he should be extradited to face whatever punishment has been passed on him in said Toytown.
    You really are beyond belief Bob.

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    1. Extradition...555;NEVER gonna happen, because who cares.

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    2. Megalodon, as always it is you that is beyond belief. Just as AD chose not to interpret what I said as it was written, neither did you, but then I wouldn't expect you to ever disagree with the author. Take your head out of his arse, put your specs on and read what I said again, my feelings would be for his innocent children (as well as his victims) in the situation that Amazing was wanting to potentially put them in.

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    3. Bob Kneale. This is all a bit silly. Do you think a murderer or rapist can avoid jail by saying he has dependent children. The same goes for fraudsters. In the same respect that people are entitled to be warned. The fact that he has children is a total red herring. They can however be mentioned in reports for sentencing.

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  9. Well I would have thought that a great many people care, Steam Punk. But on reflection, you are probably correct. After all, the Thai authorities cannot even be bothered to go after the Red Bull heir to stand trial on his dangerous / reckless driving charges which resulted in the death of a police officer.

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    1. well, perhaps in a reciprocal arrangement, ie, "quid pro quo", MAYBE if Thailand applied for extradition, USA would want someone in return, but DN IS NOT "high value" so essentially not likely.

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  10. Amazing, IMHO it would be vindictive for a stranger to contact an employer over the previous criminal convictions of an employee with the aim of him losing his job. This would not be based on any previous conduct or contact with the convict, not personal revenge? Would it be to serve a public aim, such as protecting children from a predator?

    He may be in the gutter but there is no need for anyone to join him, his misdeeds are a matter of public record.

    In the meantime I am going to sit back and enjoy the implosion. Getting his kids to write to himself and insert legal phrases that they do not understand is vintage Noyes.

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  11. Andrew

    why are you giving James Noyes credit for taking the photos? If you open up and look at the first photo you will see young James in the orange Tshirt sat on the sofa watching tv. Your investigative skills are getting rusty.

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  12. Have a read up on narcissism and tick the traits of Narcissistic Personality Disorder off as you try to keep the bloated one out of you mind.

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  13. Some "Billy-Bob" most likely popped him in the shnoz at the hillbilly bar after being conned by you know who.

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  14. I have disagreed with AD many times Bob, as I am sure that the man himself will corroborate. He has also NOT approved my postings on many occasions - and consequently not published them.
    But you still run around like a headless chicken, an unashamed apologist for the Thai "system." How interesting that both AD and myself (according to you) "chose not to interpret what you said as it was written."
    Doesn't say much for your communication skills, does it Bob, when both AD and myself "misinterpret" what you wrote?
    In conclusion, you would do well, Bob, to feel some sympathy for the victims of this dreadful creature who is now hopefully lying in a hospital bed in the U.S.A.

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    1. I think you both need to get a life and forget about Thailand, Drew noyes, and everything else infecting your lives.

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  15. Probably the best choice will to notify Home Depot on the background of this lifetime con man as there is no doubt he is laying the groundwork for a lawsuit against them . He probably had the accident planned, What kind of wimp would go to the emergency room for a scratch on their nose ?

    Does anyone know how he is funding all the plane tickets , food and rent for his hillbilly trailer he lives ? Did he scam that much money in Thailand that he is living off savings ? No way he is employable in the USA unless he goes to Mcdonalds .

    His only option is to continue his criminal life in the USA .

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  16. Bob Kneal, its unfortunate that the Noyes and Goudies of this world use their kids for sympathy and "get out of jail cards" but that's the reality you need to accept. Society cannot survive every time a criminal comes up with a sob story like "if I go to jail there will be no one to feed the kids". As to Amazing advising Home Pro or his employer, if one exists, of his past deeds is fair game as long at it is not fabricated and can be supported. Then again I would wager that the Home Pro legal department have seen this all before and know what steps to take. As the Home Pro staff did not drive him to the hospital he now needs to prove that he was at the Home Pro and that's where the alleged accident took place. Just thinking to myself.

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  17. As a Brit I find all this "blame" being apportioned to Home Depot somewhat confusing.
    Allow me to recap. It would appear that Noise was shopping in a store called Home Depot in the U.S. Whilst there he was attacked by a person or persons unknown. Am I correct?
    But how on earth can the store possibly be held responsible for what happened to Noise? They cannot control the actions of people inside the store - the assailants are presumably not Home Depot employees?
    And just why, exactly, are Home Depot staff under any responsibility to take Noise to hospital - if that is in fact what people are saying?
    Surely their "responsibility" extends only as far as calling 911 for medical assistance - and even that is debatable.
    AD - you are the one who has stated that you "feel a law suit coming on." I feel you should tell us why, exactly. A law suit against who?
    Certainly any law suit initiated by Noise in the jurisdiction where I live would be laughed out of Court.

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