(Monday) in which three expats are accused of plotting a massive internet
campaign against an investigative journalist to cover up their own activities
James Goudie (Goldie), 48, from Falkirk, Scotland, Drew Walter Noyes, from New
England, USA, and David John Hanks, from Girvan, Scotland, who, it is alleged re-invented themselves in Thailand.
Court of conducting a campaign against Alastair Cooper, a UK oilman, and supporter
of journalist Andrew Drummond who has conducted investigations spotlighting
these men’s alleged activities in Thailand.
supplier and that he was a bar in Thailand when he should have been offshore.
In a separate civil case Cooper is suing hanks for 5 million baht for suggesting that he plotted to kill Hillary Clinton. Goudie produced a photo on his website of Officer Jason Trumbower, of the Florida State University Police, with President Clinton stating that Trumbower (Hanks’ son son law a Florida University cop) had alerted US Marshals and the ‘Secret Service’ about Cooper.
|Noyes and Boonsu|
Currently Drew Walter Noyes, 59, former publisher of the notorious
Pattaya Times*, and his common law wife Wanrapa Boonsu, former editor, are on
bail of 200,000 baht charges with the attempted extortion of the Thonglor
Dutch national out of 2.5 million baht.
Drew Noyes was exposed in the Morning Star in Wilmington, NC, in 1996, as a man with a history of fraud, abuse of women, and dodgy property and share dealing, but he arrived in Pattaya claiming he was a lawyer, and investment broker who had been summonsed to help Thailand out of the Asian Financial crisis ‘by Royal Proclamation’
allegedly cheating a 75-year-old woman out of US$300,000 baht.
Brian Goldie he had previously been sentenced to 6 years in jail in Australia
for stealing AUS$400,000 plus from his employers.
brothel in Keysborough, Melbourne. Two years ago he sold his business to Chinese and says he has formed a company, registered
to the office of Drew Noyes’ One Stop Service Center, to repair furniture. However he has been active in Pattaya attempting to start up a business called ‘Cupid’s which does not appear to repair furniture.
internet web sites including andrewdummondwatch.blogspot.com, pattaya-times.com,
meninsuitsandinfluential people.com, to impersonate or discredit British
journalist Andrew Drummond, suggesting he was a fraud and had no right to
practice journalism in Thailand.
Andrew Drummond has worked for the News of the World (Scottish
Bureau Chief and Investigations, London), Mail on Sunday, News, Observer (Foreign Correspondent and co-founder
of the Observer Film Company) Evening Standard (Foreign Correspondent) Times (Foreign Correspondent) Fox TV New York, ‘The Reporters’ and ‘A Current Affair’(Field Producer). He holds the Maurice Ludmer Memorial Award for ‘Investigations into Racism and Fascism’.
|Officer Trumblower setting the Secret Service on to Ally Cooper|
investigations including: ‘Burma’s Forgotten War; (BBC Everyman) written by; ‘No Man Wants
to Die (Channel 4), Investigation by; ‘Lord of the Golden Triangle’ Investigation by (Observer Films for ITV UK /ABC
Four Corners (Australia) Investigation by; The ‘Sex Slave Trade’ C4 Dispatches (Thailand Investigation by)
filing mainly to the British press and tv from Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Malaysia,
Singapore, Philippines, Korea, China, Japan, Fiji and also Australia.
Drummond said: “As a journalist I am against restrictive libel laws but I have no choice but to take action in the face of a deliberate campaign to deprive me of funds and the ability to work as a journalist. I think I can say on behalf of Ally Cooper that he also will not be intimidated.”
*The Pattaya Times carried stories that Drew Noyes had found the cure for AIDS, had found a solution to the Gulf of Mexico Gulf spill, and even exposed one of its own reporters for overstaying his visa.
Comment: Google Search of Andrew Drummond and Bangkok. By frantically distorting Google (which Google says cannot be done) many of the anti-Drummond sites come at the top of the list. After this site itself comes andrew-drummond.watch.blogspot, Pattaya Times, onestopservices, and noyeswatcher, myriadofflies.