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zyphodb    1,072

Good to see the reconciliation carrying on nicely then, these guys are digging such big holes for themselves when they finally do get kicked out, still no doubt like all the others before them they'll have lined their pockets sufficiently for a comfortable exile..... 

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hawker9000    3,983
6 hours ago, ezzra said:

 If they can't get the father or the aunt, so they go after

the boy, let's shake the tree they say, and see what will fall out....

 

However, the trick is not only to charge people with wrong doing,

but rathar to make it stick and without the case taking

years and years to go through the courts as many accuesd

here in this country are known to do.... 

Yeah, it kind o' slows things down when they go running off to Dubai, doesn't it?   Somebody should tell them.

 

And so Scourge of the Nation, Vol III begins...

 

 

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AGareth2    3,208
30 minutes ago, halloween said:

OTOH the defendant doesn't deny he received funds obtained by fraud. How is that NOT evidence?

was he an innocent recipient 

or did he actively solicit the money

mens rea

and actus reus are required

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AGareth2    3,208
Just now, maeab101 said:

Yes he is innocent and a good boy

not enough evidence to say either way

good boy not sure about that was he not caught cheating in his degree exams?

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maeab101    96
55 minutes ago, Media1 said:

Prayut 

YOU win liar of the century award. You will never forget about that family. You never had and never will have the same skill sets. 

This is another extortion operation. I laugh at your incompetent regime. You can't even fix the roads useless

The roads here are better then the U.S.

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steven100    5,775

The apple never falls far from the tree.  Following in dads footsteps I see ....

 

 good job Khun Prayuth Chan O Cha ...:wai:

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ovi1kanobi    108
11 minutes ago, maeab101 said:

Yes he is innocent and a good boy. He only used yaba a few times. His father put a stop to his drug use. By killing 3000 of his dealers.

Stop trying to put Thaksin, In the same boat. As the red bull policeman killer. He never killed anyone!

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jing jing    289
27 minutes ago, nausea said:

These displays of selective justice are doing more harm than good, methinks

 

Let's face it, if they tried to prosecute every instance of malfeasance among Thai politicians, the court system would collapse under the caseload.  They have to choose which ones are, for whatever reason, worth pursuing.  

 

Every politician knows very well that if their party is no longer in power, as a consequence they may be more likely to face justice for misdeeds committed while in office.  This is why traditionally there is some degree of honor among thieves in the pig wallow of Thai politics.  It is understood that the flood of monies which flows in from corruption at all levels needs to be distributed even to those outside your immediate clique, lest the day come when your party is out of power and favors are called in.

 

In his supreme arrogance, the boss believed his plan to consolidate political power and never relinquish it was too brilliant to fail, therefore he and those within his ruling clique wouldn't ever be held accountable.  Amnesty plans passed in the middle of the night come to mind.

 

If he had ever shown just an iota of humility, a tiny bit less greed, if he could have been even slightly conciliatory towards his adversaries....who knows?  Maybe, just maybe he and his clique would not now be the "victims" of such selective prosecution.  

 

What goes around, comes around.

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LNKDES1    97
8 minutes ago, maeab101 said:

The roads here are better then the U.S.

I don't know (or care) where you're from in the U.S., but your statement couldn't be further from the truth.

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Thian    3,481
1 hour ago, Media1 said:

Prayut 

YOU win liar of the century award. You will never forget about that family. You never had and never will have the same skill sets. 

This is another extortion operation. I laugh at your incompetent regime. You can't even fix the roads useless

Mau mai??:passifier:

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chowny77    493

He will be gone before they can arrest him. They are just trying to push them all out of Thailand 1 by 1. Obviously the whole family are corrupt and they do need to pay for their crimes but they aren't. They all will get pulled into a court case and then do a runner with pretty much all their dirty money and at the cost of the tax paying Thai people. A complete sham from start to finish.

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