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Government officials have again denied claims that former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra fled her country via Cambodia to escape judgement in a court case last month. Interior Ministry spokesman Khieu Sopheak said officials had already confirmed that Ms Yingluck did not cross the Cambodian border, while he urged Thai police to investigate their own CCTV footage.

 

If the authorities had come across her, she would have been sent back to Thailand immediately, he added. “Thai police were deployed around her house and also had CCTV cameras. She escaped from Thai police and now they are asking Cambodian police where she is. How would we know? That question should be asked to Thai police, not us,” Mr Sopheak said.

 

According to a Bangkok Post article published yesterday, Thai national deputy police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul said two vehicles were involved in transporting Ms Yingluck to the border province of Sa Kaeo. Citing a police investigation, Pol Gen Srivara said one left the former premier’s house on Aug 23, two days before the Supreme Court was due to rule on Ms Yingluck’s criminal negligence case over her administration’s failed rice-pledging scheme.

 

read more http://www.khmertimeskh.com/5082918/no-sign-yingluck-cambodia/

 

 
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"......If the authorities had come across her, she would have been sent back to Thailand immediately, he added. “Thai police were deployed around her house and also had CCTV cameras. She escaped from Thai police and now they are asking Cambodian police where she is. How would we know? That question should be asked to Thai police, not us,” Mr Sopheak said......."

 

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

 

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1 hour ago, KIWIBATCH said:

"......If the authorities had come across her, she would have been sent back to Thailand immediately, he added. “Thai police were deployed around her house and also had CCTV cameras. She escaped from Thai police and now they are asking Cambodian police where she is. How would we know? That question should be asked to Thai police, not us,” Mr Sopheak said......."

 

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

 

 

Well she might have been sent back. Unless the Cambodian dictator told them it was the young innocent sister of his eternal friend. Then of course, that would be different!

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Of course there is no sign of her in Cambodia. She is staying with me. Great house guest. Easy on the eyes, cooks dinner every night.

An absolute pleasure to have here, and so grateful for a place to stay.

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This whole saga is becoming a joke. Authorities are making a joke out of this Then again the whole saga is a big joke BiG Joke Big Thai Smile  You would not trust some of these so call authorities to look after a zoo.

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It's becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with the statements from various authorities and government spokespersons, so I've made a map to identify countries we know for sure Yingluck did not cross the border to... 

 

 

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1 hour ago, kkerry said:

It's becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with the statements from various authorities and government spokespersons, so I've made a map to identify countries we know for sure Yingluck did not cross the border to... 

 

 

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Love it! Great basis for a new "Whack-a-Mole" computer game, with Yingluck lookalikes popping up all over the place and the generals trying to whack her with their newly acquired South Korean jet fighter planes and Chinese submarines (Well, what else will they ever use their expensive new toys for?).

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