STUDENT, 21, SHOT AS STUDENTS CLASH WITH RED SHIRTS IN BANGKOK

A 21-year-old student was reported shot dead as university students clashed with pro-government red shirts in Bangkok tonight. Five others are reported to have been injured and were rushed to hospital. The gunman appears to have been caught on video by Channel 7 news in Bangkok. Bangkok’s Ramkhamhaeng University is only a few hundred yards […]

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SCAM ALERT – TOUCHWOOD BOSS FOUND IN AUSTRALIA

BOSS OF TOUCHWOOD FOUND IN PERTH HAS NEW ‘SECRET PRODUCT’ FOR THE GOLD COAST (Pic-At least you don’t have to wait for samosas togrow – like agarwood trees) Investors who put their savings into planting trees through the company TOUCHWOOD and other companies with A similar name should know that the company boss Roscoe Maloney, […]

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US Paedophile Goes Down For Thirty Three Years As His Fake Scots Lawyer Awaits Trial

“I WAS SHOCKED! MOTHER, 76, WAS THE MASTERMIND – SAYS BRIAN GOUDIE An American child sexual abuser who was allegedly part of a plot to be sprung from jail in Pattaya by a fake Scottish advocate has been sentenced to 33 years in prison. Gregory Miller, 46, a schoolteacher at an international school on the […]

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Thai Prime Minister Survives No Confidence Vote as Red Shirts Wait In The Wings

Thailand’s Prime Minister and her ruling government today survived a ‘no confidence’ vote in Parliament with expected ease, despite protests which rage across the country. Her Pheu Thai Party easily carried the vote with a majority of 297 votes to 134 a result which surprised few. Her party carries with it the ‘Red Shirt’ faction […]

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EXTRADITED BRIT GETS 25 YEARS JAIL FOR MURDER OF FORMER US MARINE

Thursday, November 28, 2013 A British kick boxer who stabbed a U.S. Marine to death in Thailand was today jailed for 25 years on the Thai holiday island of Phuket. Lee Aldhouse, nicknamed ‘Pitbull’ , who was the first Briton ever to be extradited from the UK to face trial in Thailand, had pleaded guilty […]

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“I’m no lawyer’ admits Scot who took on multi-million dollar law suits in Thailand

A Scot who claimed he was both a barrister and a Scottish advocate admitted in court today that he was no lawyer, but he knew a lot about law. Brian Goudie, 47, formerly Brian Goldie, told a court on the holiday island of Koh Samui that he had studied law in the United Kingdom, but […]

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THAI PROTEST MOVES ON TO HOLIDAY ISLANDS –

TRANG, PHUKET FALL – KRABI, SAMUI TO FOLLOW (Picture Andy Mitchell) Anti-Government protesters spread their protest to Thailand’s holiday islands today taking over the provincial administrative buildings on the island of Phuket. This follow the occupation last night of the provincial offices of Trang and now 77 districts, which include the holiday island of Koh […]

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Human Right Watch Criticises Attacks on Journalists in Bangkok

‘Protest Leaders, Authorities Should Act to Prevent Violence’ (New York, November 27, 2013) – Protesters have assaulted journalists, in some cases at the instigation of protest leaders, at rallies in Bangkok since November 25, 2013, Human Rights Watch said today. Thai authorities and protest leaders should act to prevent violence during ongoing political demonstrations. The […]

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ARREST WARRANT ISSUED FOR PROTEST LEADER – Police cover CCTV cameras

CONCERN IN BANGKOK AS VIDEO SHOWS POLICE COVERING CCTV CAMERAS This video has alarmed people in Bangkok. It apparently shows police covering a CCTV camera at Wat Benchampit near the centre of the protests after Prime Minister invoked the Internal Security Act and the Criminal Court issued a warrant of arrest for Suthep Thaugsuban, protest […]

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NOT SO CANNY SCOTS FLEE THAI COURT BEFORE STATING THEIR CASE

‘MAFIA MAN’S’ LIBEL CASE –DISMISSED! ‘NAE KNICKERS’ CASE TO BEGIN TOMORROW. Two Scotsmen, one a former brothel owner and the second a phony lawyer, fled the premises of Koh Samui Provincial Court today, failing to bring charges of criminal libel and against a British journalist. David Hanks, 65, from Girvan and Brian Goudie, 46, from […]

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Thai Prime Minister Invokes The Internal Security Act As Protesters Lay Siege To Government Buildings

Bangkok Tense As Internal Security Act is enforced From Andrew Drummond Bangkok: A sea of anti-government protestors surged through Bangkok today occupying key government buildings and demanding an end to the Premiership of Yingluck Shinawatra. Anti-government protesters with a long list of grievances stormed into the Finance Ministry, Budget Bureau and Ministry of Foreign Affairs and […]

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