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Video: Senior monk faints on hearing news of his arrest for molesting a boy

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So the problem seems to be "defrocking"?
Suits the statement of Pattaya being visited for its nature while kindergarteners are blindfolded to increase the concentration all the while journalists are being threatened with jail sentences of five years for sticking around in a Phuket beehive of we-all-know-what and the Krabi National Park is officially entitled to skin the (white-skinned) visitors.

This country seriously has lost it - go underground, wait for the apocalypse and in years to come this place will be doing absolutely great - again! 

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20 hours ago, MaxLee said:

Fainting for the sake of begging for mercy,...... :cheesy::cheesy:

Fainting or faking?  Good acting anyway, Hollywood next stop after he get out of the slammer.  

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21 hours ago, MaxLee said:

Fainting for the sake of begging for mercy,...... :cheesy::cheesy:

yeah, and later he will apologize.....that's LaLaLand.....

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On 2/24/2017 at 1:17 PM, CMBob said:

If/when you're ever charged with something, should we also presume you'll end up with a guilty verdict?  Geez, silly me, I thought the presumption went the other way.

 

I think Thai legal system is different..The accused have to prove innocence.

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23 hours ago, MaxLee said:

Yep, in distant related old news, the Redbull heir became sooooo sick and soooooo unable to stand trial and got a freepass

Not yet.

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2 hours ago, BlindMagician said:

I think Thai legal system is different..The accused have to prove innocence.

I've magically pulled up a section of the draft constitution (still awaiting royal confirmation but still the same as prior constitutions) which will help you see:

 

"In a criminal case, the alleged offender or the defendant shall be presumed innocent. Before the passing of a final judgment convicting any person of having committed an offence, such person shall not be treated as a convict."

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I often wonder how much money has been paid by  high ranking monks, or by the families of high ranking monks to avoid embarrassment, and shame in such a case as this.I expect the priesthood (monk hood?) has had to dig deep a few times, just as the Vatican has had to do to protect the disgusting habits of the vile, perverted members of its church,that prey on the young boys and girls of their parishes, or the shelters/schools for the young, across the catholic world.

That's not to say that the protestant church is scandal free.You just don't hear so much from that part of the Christian money making business that is religion.I suppose tha,as people say, 'Its abnormal for a man to be able to live a celibate life'.

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On 2/24/2017 at 0:59 PM, MaxLee said:

Fainting for the sake of begging for mercy,...... :cheesy::cheesy:

should've used a marker on his face when he was passed out in shock , a giant richard across his face would of been a nice touch .

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On 2/25/2017 at 3:42 PM, CMBob said:

I've magically pulled up a section of the draft constitution (still awaiting royal confirmation but still the same as prior constitutions) which will help you see:

 

"In a criminal case, the alleged offender or the defendant shall be presumed innocent. Before the passing of a final judgment convicting any person of having committed an offence, such person shall not be treated as a convict."

short eyes , he will know the meaning of those words soon .

 

 

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The fainting was very convincing , it would impress some people in Hollywood. 

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Arrested for sexual assault on a boy not yet 15. Does that mean that you CAN assault one if he is over 15?

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