An exposé of Frank Giannini the Canadian boiler room king who got off scot free who killed two people in a Pattaya car crash while having drugs equipment in his car is the next story to face a takedown request to ‘Google’.
Amazingly Giannini was arrested again but disappeared from jail just days after a DEA and Thai Police Crime Suppression Division drugs bust on the Canadian’s home in Lat Krabang on information provided by an informant to this site.
Gainnini was caught in possession of heroin.
The CSD officer in charge of the case fell from a height and died during a military purge on the corruption at the Thai Police’s CIB and CSD unit last year.
And a third story relating to cash put into Crawley Town Football Club in the UK has also been the subject of a take-down request. Some £5 million from the Eclipse Group in Bangkok which is associated with Birmingham boiler room king #PaulHayward had been transferred to the club.
To read the stories go to the following links:
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It appears #PaulHayward is attempting to take the whole site down although he is only mentioned in a comment at the end.
If that happens this site will probably be hosted along with WikiLeaks in Sweden.
“Google has been notified that content in your blog contains allegedly infringing content that may violate the rights of others and the laws of their country.”