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Discovery Channel adventurer calls for justice for his Thai wife

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Just now, Blindedbythelight said:

I wonder who will rescue her kids ?

Dad but it's heartbreaking.  They visit her weekly but no physical contact. 

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51 minutes ago, jak2002003 said:

You think taking cocaine is the same as having a bottle of beer?

 

 

Alcohol does a lot more (social) damage as most other drugs! 

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1 minute ago, Blindedbythelight said:

I wonder who will rescue her kids ?

Same folks that would take care of them if she'd been run over by a bus I guess, as that's basically what has happened.

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2 hours ago, LannaGuy said:

and so you are assuming she knew she had it?  and the 'influential person' she upset, according to the 'other' paper???   unbelievable some posters on here 

 

5mg looks like this

 

even IF she knew 15 years??? my heart goes out to her it really does

 

 

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They should have tested her for drugs in her blood; or did a swab of her hands to cocaine. Then we would know if it was planted or not ? Also search her home.

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1 minute ago, jaywalker said:

Same folks that would take care of them if she'd been run over by a bus I guess, as that's basically what has happened.

Strange that Discovery Channel is silent. No support for the Husbands family.

How did someone put cocaine in her bag ?

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Thailand used to use death sentence for drug smuggling and during the War on Drugs when Thaksin were running the country more than 2000 people were killed... maybe 15 years in prison isn't really that bad after all.
Try a stunt like that in the Philippines now with Duerte in power and you probably end up in the morgue and if you are famous it's just make it a better warning to others to stay away from that shit...

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6 minutes ago, Blindedbythelight said:

They should have tested her for drugs in her blood; or did a swab of her hands to cocaine. Then we would know if it was planted or not ? Also search her home.

they certainly searched her home as that's where they found the evidence to convict her on the Wildlife charge and I understand she REQUESTED a blood check and it was refused

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Just now, impulse said:

Here's something to ponder next time you're landing at Swampy:

 

Results demonstrated that "92% of the bills were positive for cocaine with a mean amount of 28.75+/-139.07 micrograms per bill, a median of 1.37 μg per bill, and a range of 0.01-922.72 μg per bill. Heroin was detected in seven bills in amounts ranging from 0.03 to 168.5 μg per bill: 6-AM and morphine were detected in three bills; methamphetamine and amphetamine in three and one bills, respectively, and PCP was detected in two bills in amounts of 0.78 and 1.87 μg per bill. Codeine was not detected in any of the one-dollar bills analyzed".

 

(Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contaminated_currency)

 

Any one of us with a few $100 bills in our pocket could be next.  She had 200-250 micro-grams on her.

 

Wonder how the members of the hang-em-high, they know the rules would feel if it was their loved one?

 

Yep.

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In a study reported in Forensic Science International, A.J. Jenkins, at the Office of the Cuyahoga County Coroner (Cleveland, OH), the author reports the analysis of ten randomly collected one-dollar bills from five cities, and tested for cocaine, heroin, 6-acetylmorphine (also called "6-AM"), morphine, codeine, methamphetamine, amphetamine and phencyclidine (PCP). Bills were then immersed in acetonitrile for two hours prior to extraction and subjected to Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analysis. Results demonstrated that "92% of the bills were positive for cocaine with a mean amount of 28.75+/-139.07 micrograms per bill, a median of 1.37 μg per bill, and a range of 0.01-922.72 μg per bill. Heroin was detected in seven bills in amounts ranging from 0.03 to 168.5 μg per bill: 6-AM and morphine were detected in three bills; methamphetamine and amphetamine in three and one bills, respectively, and PCP was detected in two bills in amounts of 0.78 and 1.87 μg per bill. Codeine was not detected in any of the one-dollar bills analyzed". The study confirmed that although paper currency was most often contaminated with cocaine, other drugs of abuse may also be detected in bills.[4]

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5 minutes ago, jaywalker said:

bangkok-post/20150621/282797830013543

 

Google it.

 

She REQUESTED that the cops drug test her, but they refused.

 

They also refused to allow her an attorney, AND did not/could not present any physical evidence in court.

Bangkok Post, gets money from the Discovery Channel; to advertise; so cannot believe this paper. 

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1 minute ago, SOUTHERNSTAR said:

In most countries she would have walked because of the bungling investigation. The chance of her being framed is greater han 50%. They also never tested her for use. I think this was a mistake by the defence. 

She didn't HAVE any defense.

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