HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION OPENS MURDER ENQUIRY AFTER COVER-UP EXPOSED ON THIS SITE

Saturday, February 25, 2017 OFFICIALS TO PROBE MULTIPLE SHOOTING ON  CP FISH FARM FAMILY, GERMAN BREWMASTER AND POLICE TO BE QUESTIONED The Thai National Human Rights Commission has begun a formal investigation into a murder in the Thai province of Chaiyaphum, the cover-up of which was exposed on this website. The TNHCR has appointed lawyers and […]

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THAILAND’S LEGAL BLOOD SPORT AND A BBC CORRESPONDENT

BUT THIS CASE CANNOT BE SETTLED ‘FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL’  The Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand have issued a statement in support of BBC correspondent Jonathan Head, a former President, who faces jail together with a Briton Ian Rance, one of many people defrauded out of properties on the Thai island of Phuket. The […]

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PROSTITUTES IN THAILAND! DO YOU BELIEVE THE FOREIGN MEDIA? – THAI PRIME MINISTER

Thailand’s military Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-Ocha has raged at the Thai media after a story in the Daily Mirror (London) described the Thai resort as the ‘world’s sex capital’. And he told local media in Thailand not to highlight the issue due to ‘risk of tarnishing the country’s image’ reported Prachathai News in Bangkok. […]

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ESSEX PROPERTY MAN IN PATTAYA PROJECTS – CHARGED BY SERIOUS FRAUD OFFICE

David Ames the boss of Harlequin Property and associated companies, who has allegedly defrauded victims out of several hundred million pounds has been charged with three counts of fraud. Ames, a former bankrupt double glazing salesman from Essex, UK, has been exposed multiple times on this site for his duff projects on the eastern seaboard, […]

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BBC South East Asia Correspondent gated by Thai court

Judges in Phuket, dubbed this week as the most corrupt place in Thailand by the Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand, have ruled that BBC South East Asia correspondent Jonathan Head, cannot travel around the region on news assignments without first seeking the courts permission – and paying more cash. In a case brought by a lawyer […]

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BRIT CHILD ABUSER EXPOSED IN PATTAYA AND RELEASED WAS ‘ONE OF THE MOST SERIOUS CASES’

A career British child abuser, who was arrested twice in Thailand for suspected offences against children faces life in prison after admitting 45 offences against children, many abroad. In fact, of those offences, Mark Frost, also as Andrew Tracy, pleaded guilty to nine offences against children in Thailand between 2009 and 2012. The Thai victims […]

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