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Net Idol arrested for e-cigarette faces 5 years saying police treatment "over the top"

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The biggest obstacle for her with the police is probably there was no transaction at all, therefore the pathetic police are going hard on her knowing she has a bit of money.

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But a top lawyer said that she could still face 5 years in jail and a fine of four times the value of the vaping equipment and fluid that was found hidden in the console of her car.

 

Top lawyer! Got his degree in a pack of cereal!

 

Pattaya station chief Apichai Krobpetch stood his ground saying that the Manutsaya was welcome to make a complaint that would be investigated to provide justice for all sides.

 

Investigated and swept under the carpet!

 

Popular online lawyer Kertphon Kaewket reminded the public that the importation of e-cigarettes and vaping fluid was a serious offence that could land people in jail for ten years and command 500,000 baht fines.

 

Why is not selling Red Bull a serious offense? Clearly the Red Bull Boss kills a cop and no justice!

 

But even possession was serious and could generate a 5 year prison term and from half to four times the value of the goods seized.

 

Also whilst at it Why is not selling real smokes that cause cancer a serious offense, Gee whiz because they make a lot of money for ciggy manufacturers in Thailand is my guess. LOL

 

It would be pointless to claim that you did not know the law as a defense. Everyone must know the law and it would be assumed that someone caught with an e-cigarette would know that it was illegal to import them and have them in your possession.

 

I bet 99% of Falangs would NOT know that law and I have spoken to many. How do you currently inform them. Bet no info. Basic step if this is such a danger( LMAO) then as good info exercise as they go through customs, as a minimum, give them a card to say so.Will this happen? Of course not . Tea money needs to be made!

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2 hours ago, elgenon said:

Why did they search her car?

 

The rats where just wanted to make problem, because after checking urine that was negative, they started to lose face.

 

 

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Write a letter, like General Prawit, who borrowed the millions worth of watch and the ring. Assume that the girl „borrowed“ the e-cigarette; possibly from the same source as Prawit? 

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I guess I'm confused because the story didn't say why she was stopped by the police.  And it said the e-cig and liquid were hidden.

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How pathetic. SO DANGEROUS, NOT. Can't they see the more important and more dangerous matters that need law enforcement here? The mind boggles.

 

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11 hours ago, Sir Dude said:

Perfectly OK to fire of your gun in the air at market in Bangkok at lunchtime without sanction or jump up and down on someone's car in the middle of the road whilst having a hissy-fit over nothing...but smoking on the beach or using an e-cigarette is some sort of crime given the same treatment as attempted murder. The Thai lifestyle killjoys are sure getting their way these days. Pfft!

No attempted Murder you get a talking too and ends up being a misunderstanding and let go 

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1 hour ago, chickenrunCM said:

You can´t see the problem? you have a serious problem. 

Punishment for e cigaretes is a joke, as you allow to sell normal cigaretes, 5 years for owning a e-cigaretes is correct for you`? what are you saying if there will be a 5 year punishment  for wearing a red shirt, you would also argue, oh she break the law, so everything is correct.

people like you make it easy for dictators and police states to run goverment.

I wish you will get punished same like her for a simalar creasy and stupid offence 

No, I really can't see the problem here. The case is that she claims that the police treated her bad, my opinion is that they did not. 

When it comes to the law and penalty for braking it, it is ridiculous as many other laws and penalties around the world - but again, THAT was not the case, mr Einstein. I suggest that you read and think next time (and may an English language spelling class would help you as well).

Have a merry and peaceful x-mas    :clap2:

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