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Overstaying Brit arrested after death of Pattaya bar girl is convicted rapist on the run from UK police

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Vella moved to Thailand to "start a new life" and "get out of trouble", according to his brother Andrayoss,

:cheesy:   .............   who was this clown trying to convince   !

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3 minutes ago, markaoffy said:

Another low life from UK who runs from justice! Uk Please ask thai to put him in Thai prison


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Why did you feel the need to include "from the UK"?

 

A low-life is a low-life irrespective of where they come from.

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Just now, markaoffy said:

Another low life from UK who runs from justice! Uk Please ask thai to put him in Thai prison


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I just got off the phone with my brother. He worked in a maximum security Canadian prison for 19 years, and he told me of a case where a rapist was beaten to death by having his head smashed to bits against the toilet bowl. Word was that a guard had leaked the rapists true identity.

 

Do Thai inmates also hate rapists?

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Aaah Immigration working efficiently as usual another quality tourist let into LOS then allowed 59 days overstay.

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A girl falls from a balcony and the guy just happens to be a former convicted violent rapist. Unbelievable that some actually think he is just a poor innocent guy...

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5 hours ago, davehowden said:

Normally it's the farang who falls from the balcony !

Is this a news story or an excerpt from a cheap porn novel?  As they were about to climax, she fell over the balcony.  What a new low in journalistic reporting. I feel dirty reading the article and disgusted with what has been said.  How about life w/o parole in the Bangkok Hilton.  He's likely to have some weird times there I wager. 

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lock the mongrel up-throw away the key...i hope the british justice system  catches up with him, also---he is a repeat offender-will continue to be, until locked up....

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1 hour ago, garet said:

Why would they ever let a convicted rapist and other crimes into Thailand?  He did time after punching a teenager repeatedly in the face before raping her.

 

Keep the nasty scum like this out of the country.

Why would they ever let a convicted rapist and other crimes out of the U.K?

 

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RIP !! Loss of life at such a young age.

 

They should throw the book at him. I not concerned about his excuses. He obviously has issues. Even if he was doing it on the balcony .... you take the risk you pay the price. And in this case a young lady lost her life.

 

Best wishes to her family.

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More off topic and trollposts removed also posts with large oversize blocks of fonts

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Unfortunately UK does not share any criminal record information with Thailand on a routine basis, so with anybody turning up on a British passport entering Thailand on a tourist visa or visa exemption, immigration would have no idea of any past crimes, no matter how bad they are, the only way that this could happen is if the UK had placed a Interpol notice on a person.

As far as I am aware, the only visas that requires a criminal record check prior to issuing are the O-A or O-X visas.

 

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