Andrew Drummond

“I’m Innocent Until Proved Guilty”” – Brian Goudie

(Brian Goudie shows he has a second passport. He
alternates passports every time he enters or leaves


Runaway Scotsman Brian Goudie furiously blogged “I’m innocent” from hiding yesterday but remained reluctant to let a court decide.

He has yet to face a court to tell judges so. In fact he has yet to face a court in any of the cases he has brought or which have been brought against him.

It appears this fake barrister may have an allergy to gavels and gowns.

Meanwhile the Pattaya Provincial Court circulated a warrant for his arrest describing him as a convict.

A second warrant has also been issued for his arrest on a charge of second fraud.

Claiming to be in Koh Samui the errant fake British barrister blogged from Bangkok that he was bored having to deal with journalist Andrew Drummond, who remains hot on his trail.

He said: “Well I have had enough of playing around with this man – my story is very simple, I have two cases currently in the Court in Thailand, which I am defending.  As is my right – I am innocent until proven guilty!”

A warrant for an ‘escaped convict’ – Brian Goudie

But the future looked bleak for the con man from Falkirk, Scotland.  Police are letting him have a respite for St Valentines Day which coincides with the Buddhist holiday of Makha Bucha.’

But this, above, is the warrant for his arrest. If you spot him just point him out to the nearest cop.

Andrew Drummond – hot on the trail
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Andrew Drummond

Andrew Drummond is a British independent journalist and occasional television documentary maker. He is a former Fleet Street, London, journalist having worked at the Evening Standard, Daily Mail, Mail on Sunday, News of the World, Observer and The Times.

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