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Kidnapped On Arrival: 12 Arrested For Abducting Woman At BKK

By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter

 

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BANGKOK — Twelve people have been arrested in connection with the kidnapping of a Chinese tourist at an international airport in Bangkok earlier this month, police said Wednesday.

 

Immigration police officer Nipon Buddharaksa was among those arrested following revelations he was involved in the abduction of Hong Kong resident Jinchai Cheng, 39, according to deputy tourist police commander Maj. Gen. Surachet Hakpal.

 

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2018/05/23/kidnapped-on-arrival-12-arrested-for-abducting-woman-at-bkk/

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This cannot be, all corruption has been cleared, only thing left is happiness... not..

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5 minutes ago, CantSpell said:

This cannot be, all corruption has been cleared, only thing left is happiness... not..

Ridiculous to make this about politics.

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How can 5 people take her through Immigration?  Wouldn't the IOs get a bit suspicious....unless they were in on it. And why does the initial post say at A BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Why not just say Swampy.

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Would guess there's a shady back story to this; some reason the perpetrators were fairly confident the guy wouldn't involve the police, until they got too greedy that is

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doesnt sound right, this should have been picked up by the immigration  plus the security people, as they state, police and armed forces personal are often involved in this sort of thing, should have included other government people as well in the list, there would have been a few pay offs to enable this to happen

 

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4 hours ago, wgdanson said:

How can 5 people take her through Immigration?  Wouldn't the IOs get a bit suspicious....unless they were in on it. And why does the initial post say at A BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Why not just say Swampy.

police is hunting/looking for a senior immigration officer.....

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7 hours ago, wgdanson said:

How can 5 people take her through Immigration?  Wouldn't the IOs get a bit suspicious....unless they were in on it. And why does the initial post say at A BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Why not just say Swampy.

If you read the first sentence it clearly says. 

"Immigration police officer Nipon Buddharaksa was among those arrested" 

 

Lots of international flights to Don Muang, not only Swampy. 

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19 hours ago, wgdanson said:

How can 5 people take her through Immigration?  Wouldn't the IOs get a bit suspicious....unless they were in on it. And why does the initial post say at A BANGKOK INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. Why not just say Swampy.

the IO's were not suspicious cause the IO's were part of it. if not for the IO all this could not happan. and yet what did the IO get? Just removal to another post...

 

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30346073

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Why didn't she start screaming in the airport if she was being abducted? Why just meekly walk with them into the van?

 

It's terrifying that immigration officers are involved in abducting someone but there's a lot more to this story.

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11 hours ago, edwardandtubs said:

Why didn't she start screaming in the airport if she was being abducted? Why just meekly walk with them into the van?

 

It's terrifying that immigration officers are involved in abducting someone but there's a lot more to this story.

propably she knew why she was kidnapped - her husband owned money , maybe to a business in thailand, and she was told to keep quiet. it is a well known secret that there are corrupt officials and policeman who help extort / collect debts , but that's of course is a crime, even if the debt is legal.

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