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23 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.

LOL

 

A good boy, meaning he hasn't killed anyone by losing control driving a Ferrari while out of his mind on drink and drugs.

 

In some families, that is enough to make you a good boy.

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4 minutes ago, jing jing said:

LOL

 

A good boy, meaning he hasn't killed anyone by losing control driving a Ferrari while out of his mind on drink and drugs.

 

In some families, that is enough to make you a good boy.

Lets hit him with article 44 That willl teach him a lesson!

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7 hours ago, Samui Bodoh said:

I truly have no idea if he is innocent or guilty.

 

But, the timing seems to be directly related to Yingluck doing her runner.

 

Anyone dispute that?

 

Don't know. But it says a lot that he's already given the money back! Now why would he do that? (Didn't Daddy try the same trick once too?).

 

How long has this case been going on? Sometime if someone from the DSI has been moved for feet dragging. (A former Tarit man by any chance/).

 

No doubt his auntie doing a runner, joining his dad who did one, has turned up the heat on his case a bit more. But will they put him on remand, impose a big bail, or hold his passport, well the Thai one anyway? Let's see.

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5 hours ago, Thian said:

If they just paid their tax and obeyed the laws they would not be hunted....simple as that.

For the amount of people in Thailand who do not pay their taxes, the hunted would be hunted by the hunted , 

 

through lack of the innocent. 

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24 minutes ago, khounteen said:

I am waiting for the junta to charge them for using the Shinawatra surname.

 

But you don' seem to mind that name meaning a slice of some corrupt pie coming their way.

 

This is an old case, a serious fraud and his runaway daddy is a major defendant, but legged it before he could appear in court.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Thian said:

If they just paid their tax and obeyed the laws they would not be hunted....simple as that.

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8 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.... 

I think the top brass just want all the Shinawatra's to skip the country and then they will redact their names from all the history books.

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8 hours ago, inThailand said:

Runner number 3 in the making? 

Runner 4 you mean? Thaksin took his wife with him originally, and was sentenced to 2 years in her absence, as I recall.  She divorced him and returned and never did a day in jail. Or did she? I can't find no info.

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There is a loose military check point in Sak Keow if needed...

 

Time to book the Mercedes, the plane is already back from last pick up :whistling:

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2 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

was he an innocent recipient 

or did he actively solicit the money

mens rea

and actus reus are required

Why would he have to "actively solicit the money"?  His father was actively involved in the KTB fraud and only remains unconvicted because of his absence. If he decided to disperse some of his share of the proceeds to his son and wife, how is that not money laundering, which is the charge?

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26 minutes ago, halloween said:

Why would he have to "actively solicit the money"?  His father was actively involved in the KTB fraud and only remains unconvicted because of his absence. If he decided to disperse some of his share of the proceeds to his son and wife, how is that not money laundering, which is the charge?

there needs to be evidence of criminality

not your say so!

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6 hours ago, halloween said:

His father was actively involved in the KTB fraud and only remains unconvicted because of his absence.

He and his wife received jail sentences. See post #55

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Thailand's former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra was today sentenced to two years' imprisonment in absentia over a corrupt land deal.

 

So he is has been convicted. Except they allowed him to do a runner before telling him and his missus.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2008/oct/21/thaksin-thailand-corruption

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