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Thai immigration: No truth that murderer of Kim Jong-nam in Thailand

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Thai immigration: No truth that murderer of Kim Jong-nam in Thailand

 

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BANGKOK: -- Immigration spokesman Natthathorn Phrosunthorn has refuted media suggestions that a suspect in the killing of the elder brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is hiding out in Thailand.

 

Kim Jong-nam,45, was murdered at the airport in Kuala Lumpur in February sparking an international manhunt and the souring of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and the reclusive communist state, Sanook reported.

 

Natthathorn said that there was no evidence that suspect Chong Nam Un had entered Thailand.

 

He said that his department had received no request from the Malaysian authorities over the matter.

 

Though he did concede that it was possible that Chong had transited in Thailand he said that his department had no record of actual entry into the kingdom.

 

Source: Sanook

 
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6 minutes ago, webfact said:

Though he did concede that it was possible that Chong had transited in Thailand

 

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leaky borders when you have money some will do anything for a $, probably the guest of the ?M right now, a big day tomorrow?

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Sounds to me like the computers and databases are working just fine! Nobody know nothing for sure!

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37 minutes ago, davehowden said:

You mean you have no TM30 for him?

Yeah, right! Or the pesky hotels just don´t follow the rules and report where he stay! Maybe he managed to bribe them, in some peculiar way.

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1 hour ago, Thaiwrath said:

 

So in all probability he has been here ? . Thailand administration  sucking up to North Korea perhaps ?

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Probably hiding out with the hundreds of other misfits who fled to Thailand from across the globe

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1 hour ago, Thechook said:

Probably hiding out with the hundreds of other misfits who fled to Thailand from across the globe

Pattaya??? Nooooo! Not again!

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>...Though he did concede that it was possible that Chong had transited in Thailand he said that his department had no record of actual entry into the kingdom.< ...

 

What?? (rhetorical question)

Says it about all, doesn't it? Total plonkers ...  :clap2:

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Headline says "no truth". To cops credit he said "no evidence" (found yet). As we know there is large gap between truth and evidence in justice systems

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18 minutes ago, Emster23 said:

Headline says "no truth". To cops credit he said "no evidence" (found yet). As we know there is large gap between truth and evidence in justice systems

Especially in Thailand. I have seen cases here that closely resembled a swiss cheese, that resulted in  truly amazing decisions.

Someone also should highlight to POTUS the difference between fact, fiction, truth and evidence.

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2 hours ago, Get Real said:

Yeah, right! Or the pesky hotels just don´t follow the rules and report where he stay! Maybe he managed to bribe them, in some peculiar way.

Hotels in Malaysia don't register their guests. Only my wife's ID was enough for them.

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