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X-ray check on lorry in Lampang reveals haul of meth tablets

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7 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

The x-ray machine appears more sophisticated than those in Government hospitals !

 

Was going back to the headlines. A Lorry???   Thought this was Thailand, not England. It's a TRUCK !!!   :shock1:

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7 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

The x-ray machine appears more sophisticated than those in Government hospitals !

Yes true. Last time I got a x ray. They told me I need an oil change :)

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I have been going true border to the USA from Canada with a lorry  and many time have to go true scanning but they start to scan after or right behind me so sleeper and the rest of the unit.

That has been out for a very long time yet.

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4 hours ago, williamgeorgeallen said:

sure the shipment would have got through if all the right people had been paid. maybe the cops need to sacrifice the odd shipment to make it look like they are doing their job.

Yes if the wheel starts to squeal you grease it. Yes your statement is plausible. This will more than likely be the last you will hear on this topic. 

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Wow, I didn't know this was available.   Thailand is upscale. 

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8 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

The x-ray machine appears more sophisticated than those in Government hospitals !

In the 1980s The FBI were experimenting with x raying passenger airlines at night, counting the workers on board,from over a mile away.

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7 hours ago, ezzra said:

This is gone far beyond tea money already as even the most corrupt police out

there can see that the drug's situation is getting out of hand and something

must be done to stop it or at least bring it a reasonable level unlike the

madness that is going on now....

 

I hope the drugs will be destroyed    ha ha:ph34r:

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4 hours ago, ujayujay said:

Boring comment....babble babble......

 

Unlike, of course ... "Boring comment ... babble babble ..." ?

 

 

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5 hours ago, tandor said:

...according to the article...hmmm..the driver did fess up to a previous trip!

thank you

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9 hours ago, Colabamumbai said:

Bring back the heroin of the 70's, there will be no madness.

go back to the states..they say an epidemic

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They just started to use it after realizing that it was in fact bought years ago?

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20 minutes ago, oby said:

go back to the states..they say an epidemic

I was involved in the war on drugs when I lived in the states.............. I was on the drug's side....................:coffee1:

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9 hours ago, hgma said:

You know what, i think that you are hitting the nails head!

Apathy ruled the snooker centers.......a concentrated drug scene around Patpong and that was it.

Today. 

One sees a shift in captured volume of heroine from Laos and Myanmar, now Pakistan and India are set to join the trade,

 

In Penang (Malaysia) its called 'pink" by addicts........pink colored smack from India.

 

90% of the world's heroin now comes from Afghanistan. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Opium_production_in_Afghanistan

 

Another great success coming from the intervention by the US and UK. Well done chaps....

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22 hours ago, KOZMO said:

 

Was going back to the headlines. A Lorry???   Thought this was Thailand, not England. It's a TRUCK !!!   :shock1:

 

The majority of the English speaking world say lorry, it is just America and Australia who say truck, but yes this is Thailand, so shouldn't they have said big car?

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