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14 arrests of "influential foreign criminals" in Pattaya

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Who gets to decide who are the criminals in any given location in Thailand? The whole exercise seems too "staged" for me to take allegations detailed above seriously. I don't know why the media seems so eager to take anything the RTP says as gospel truth. International organisations with some credibility have labelled the RTP the "biggest criminal organisation in Thailand" in the recent past, yet here we find the media blithely repeating any claims about citizen/visitor residents an RTP spokesman cares to make, without any supporting evidence. Too much Playskool Cops, but people apparently want to swallow it all.

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On 3/21/2017 at 6:04 AM, Get Real said:

That´s a good sign! Pattaya has since long time been a place for the foreigners criminal activities in Thailand.

 

Nice to hear that you have a positive side to see things. If you do not see drugs and other criminal activities as an enough bad and a big problem, I do believe that there are others here that will. Maybe it was just that they didn´t follow your line in what was most important first!

Some people are never happy :stoner:

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14?????????????????????  I think thats a typing error---- I can only see 4 !!!! I would have thought they would have been only too happy and willing to parade in the usual way all the 14 HaHa

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6 hours ago, sandemara said:

Who gets to decide who are the criminals in any given location in Thailand? The whole exercise seems too "staged" for me to take allegations detailed above seriously. I don't know why the media seems so eager to take anything the RTP says as gospel truth. International organisations with some credibility have labelled the RTP the "biggest criminal organisation in Thailand" in the recent past, yet here we find the media blithely repeating any claims about citizen/visitor residents an RTP spokesman cares to make, without any supporting evidence. Too much Playskool Cops, but people apparently want to swallow it all.

 

6 hours ago, sandemara said:

 

 

Allow me to refresh your memory.

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The group included 6 Russians several of whom were wanted on Interpol red notices or by police in Russia for involvement in narcotics and illegal money transactions.

 

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Why do the police allow them to were the mask over their faces why shouldn't we be allowed to see their faces????

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we need Dog and Beth over here to ferret out the scum

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No names given pending amounts in brown envelopes? Big ones.

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The police are not arresting anyone,  although it looks that way and or reported as such by the media...... rather all those guys are there for a job interview to determine if they can be worthy business associates and work closely with the police and share the revenues and make plans about ways to generate more revenue together.

What..?......None of you people recognise a business meeting when you see one....lol

 

Cheers

 

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On ‎2017‎-‎03‎-‎22 at 8:44 PM, 6thST said:

Why do the police allow them to were the mask over their faces why shouldn't we be allowed to see their faces????

Could be.......They all have bad breath...????

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14 E. Europeans in Pattaya ‘Mafia’ arrested, deported

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PATTAYA:--Four Russian gangsters who set up shop in Pattaya have been arrested, along with ten other Eastern Europeans engaged in what immigration officials called “Mafia” behavior.

 

Immigration and Provincial Police Region 2 officials announced the planned deportation of the convicted drug dealers and extortionists wanted on Interpol “red notices” March 20 following their arrests over the past several months.

 

Aleksandr Danilov, 43, allegedly ran a Pattaya offshoot of the Russian Mafia in Pattaya, managing many underlings as he hid out on the Eastern Seaboard from drug-dealing charges back home. He entered Thailand on May 29, 2012 and had overstayed his visa by more than four years and seven months.

 

Kikhail Kriventsov, an alleged heroin dealer in Russian, was first captured in Loei Province in September last year and currently was nine months overstay on his visa.


Anton Filippov slipped out of Russia after a court conviction, visiting Thailand eight times, most recently on Feb. 1 on a 60-day tourist visa.

 

Read more:http://www.pattayamail.com/news/14-e-europeans-pattaya-mafia-arrested-deported-169061

 
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On 3/21/2017 at 5:17 AM, A1Str8 said:

Were they already wearing those masks prior to the arrest? What's that some kind of Russian camo?

they had just eaten borsch and their breath stank 

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And the Patong Tuk Tuk Mafia walks free

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Well done, send the scum home

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Russia-home of the mafia...

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On 3/22/2017 at 6:44 AM, 6thST said:

Why do the police allow them to were the mask over their faces why shouldn't we be allowed to see their faces????

Dust mask - 5000 baht

Cheap sunglasses - 25000 baht

Pictures - priceless

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Unfortunately their replacements will be on the next plane or the next one down the ladder is moving to the top now.

It's a never ender circle. They arrest 1 while 5 more arrive at the airport. 

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Must be a sunny day inside the Police building, and it seems the suspects may have bad breath?

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On 2017/3/20 at 7:16 PM, NextStationBangkok said:

Nice try! Register them with bio-metric records, and catch them if they come back again.

 

Keep it up Thai police...:sleepy: Sounds like they only targeted eastern Europeans in a sweep, but there are criminals from other countries too.

 

Hope they continue to keep the Pattaya streets safe from gang lords. :post-4641-1156694572:

 

please don't feel offended, since when did police keep Pattaya streets safe from gang lords?

Are there really laws in Thailand? farangs in thailand continue to dream about laws in Thailand. Wise men spend a few days in thailand , fools stay longer, and the most foolish  marry the women.

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Just now, madusa said:

 Wise men spend a few days in thailand , fools stay longer, and the most foolish  marry the women.

Dear oh Dear.

No Happy zone for you then :violin:

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15 hours ago, onemorechang said:

Dear oh Dear.

No Happy zone for you then :violin:

what exactly is Happy Zone? couldn't figure out, so please make things easy for me. My wife asking me why i keep murmuring "No happy zone for you then", see the havoc you created?

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