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August 2008

Thousands Of UK Tourists Trapped

Thousands of Britons were trapped in Thailand last night as mobs protesting against the country’s ‘corrupt’ government laid siege to airports in tourist hot spots. Some 15,000 people were turned away from the airport on the holiday island of Phuket after protesters from the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) stormed the runway and terminals.Stranded passengers […]

Sun, Sea, Sand And Sex Scotland On Sun August 25

Not by Andrew Drummond. But quotes him. An overview of touring child abusers and some of the cases Andrew Drummond has coveredLink to Scotland on Sunday articlepublish Date: 24 August 2008By Dani GaravelliIN HEATHROW Airport, the atmosphere was tense. As the plane bound from Thailand touched down, police officers took up their positions, paparazzi photographers […]

Andrew Drummond The Only Reporter With Gary Glitter

REJECTED BY VIETNAM, THAILAND, HONG KONG, NOW POP PERVERT GLITTER AGREES TO RETURN TO BRITAINPaedophile Gary Glitter has agreed to fly back to Britain after two days in international limbo as he was refused entry to Hong Kong and Thailand, according to Thai police.Officers said the disgraced former pop star has finally agreed to board […]

Gary Glitter Tricked Onto Flight

Glitter, aka, Paul Gadd tries to negotiate himself out of Hong KongThe disgraced glam-rocker Gary Glitter has finally agreed to return home to Britain after falling for a trick by Thai police, with a little help from their colleagues in Hong Kong.The 64-year-old convicted paedophile sat alone tonight on a bench seat in Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi […]

Glitter's Return Prompts Tighter Sex Offender Laws

Gary Glitter’s return prompts tighter sex offender lawsRichard Ford, Jack Malvern and Andrew Drummond in Bangkok Child sex offenders are to face tighter travel restrictions after it emerged that existing laws would not curb Gary Glitter’s movements after he returns to Britain.The measures to be announced by the Home Office today come as the 1970s glam-rock […]

Glitter Skips His Flight Home – The Independent Aug 20 08

Glitter skips his flight home after jail releaseLink to Independent storyBy Mark Hughes and Andrew Drummond at Suvarnabhumi Airport, BangkokWednesday, 20 August 2008The convicted paedophile Gary Glitter made a hysterical but successful break for freedom last night as he was being deported from Vietnam to Britain after serving nearly three years in prison for child […]

Mr. Swirly Jailed For Child Abuse – The Times Aug 16 08

This is a blog only Scripps as one of the 101 dalmations. Not your average serial killer No sooner than I thought I had put the David Carradine story to bed then out came the conspiracy theorists. As readers of this site will know, Carradine was found hanging in a cupboard in his room in the Nai Let Park Hotel […]

Thaksin Shinawatra's Brother-In-Law Voted In As PM Candidate

Thailand’s government party the People’s Power Party (PPP) today nominated a brother-in-law of exiled Premier Thaksin Shinawatra as the country’s Prime Minister, a move which could send the country spiralling into further chaos. The PPP’s choice of Somchai Wongsawat is certain to antagonise the protesters who have occupied Government House for three weeks, accusing the […]

Police To Meet Gary Glitter In London – The Times Aug 14 08

Link to The Times storyLink to ‘Tracking Down Gary Glitter’From  Andrew Drummond, Bangkok Gary Glitter, the former rock star who was jailed for three years for abusing children in Vietnam would be deported back to Britain next, his lawyer said yesterday.The statement appeared to contradict an earlier statement by lawyer Le Than Kinh that Glitter would […]

Jungle Brit Gets Home Office Permission To Bring Family Home

Jungle Brit gets permission to fly home with Filipina and babyFrom Andrew Drummond, Bangkok, Wednesday August 14Pictures: Andrew Chant A Briton who fled to the jungle in the Philippines after being told he faced seven years in jail there for adultery has been given leave to return to England with his girlfriend and seven month old […]