Drew Walter Noyes, the former publisher of the Pattaya Times newspaper, who has been convicted and sentenced to two years for extortion, has gone on the internet astonishingly to falsely accuse an oil worker of child sexual abuse.

Donning his sash as President of the Thai-Indian dominant Lions Club of Silom (310D) Noyes has accused Ally Cooper, a maintenance supervisor on an oil rig based off Vietnam, of using his company internet to abuse children and has several court cases pending against him for his sick crimes.

#DrewNoyes goes further to state that there is an Immigration alert out for Cooper and ‘he is expeted to be detained’ by Thai Immigration when he enters the country.

 Cooper said he was is suing Noyes in the Bangkok Criminal Court for criminal libel and has also taken a 5 million baht damages case against him, another fake lawyer #BrianGoudie, currently on trial for fraud, and former pimp #DavidHanks, from Melbourne, Australia, who is the subject of a DSI racketeering enquiry.

Cooper, who is married with a young daughter said today: “Noyes is sick. He should be castrated. I am amazed organisations like the Lions Club have anything to do with him, now that he has been kicked out of all other institutions in Pattaya.”

“It is also a disgrace that the Thai authorities let him get away with all rubbish.”

Noyes normally hides behind Google blogspot sites to make allegations but in this case he has put up his allegations up on his Google+ website and people can comment on two of his many other  website and Drew Noyes Pattaya Lawyers.

Noyes has some nine children in Thailand. Four from an Issan wife who cannot write or read Thai, three from Wanrapa Boonsu, whom he describes as his wife, one from a former member of staff at his office in Thepprasit Road, Jomtien, and one from the young niece of his ex-wife.

He has moved out from the house his last mistress, Naam from the Buffalo bar, was occupying and changed Naam for a young student from Bangkok University.

He took both on a trip to Isaan.

However he is now reported to have moved back in with Wanrapa Boonsu, nicknamed Kung.

It is possible the women may be waiting for the left overs of Noyes’ wrecking career in Thailand.
He is currently appealing against a two year jail sentence he received with Wanrapa Boonsu for attempting to extort the Thonglor Clinic in Pattaya out of 7 million baht – on pain of a police raid and subsequent bad publicity in his newspaper.

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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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