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1 minute ago, owl sees all said:

I've got a feeling that this guy is going to come to a sticky end. Accident/suicide/unexplained death; Thai style!! After the initial news everything would quickly fade away. The Thai government would be off the hook and in a couple of months all would be forgiven and forgotten.

I wouldnt trust your feelings at all.

 

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Well, BOSS has already demonstrated his driving skills. He could have another accident. Next time he might not be so fortunate. It might be him!!

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1 hour ago, tgeezer said:


I have to agree about the 'dorky' picture, with that 'feed cap' resting on his ears he looks halfwitted. Maybe the media chooses to use it intentionally.
There is little chance that he will be punished for the accident because it was just that, and coupled with his incredible wealth there is no way that anyone can keep him locked up even if he were found guilty of a crime.


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There is little chance he will punished because of his family wealth and power.
It was not an accident, it was reckless driving. There is a difference.

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6 hours ago, rooster59 said:

THE FOREIGN Affairs Ministry is in the process of revoking the passport of fugitive Red Bull heir Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya, spokeswoman Bussadee Santipitak said yesterday.

 

'... following a meeting with the Foreign Affairs Ministry |representative and Foreign Affairs Division Police, Sanit said that Vorayuth’s passport had been revoked

Which is it? In the process, or done and dusted?

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4 hours ago, prakhonchai nick said:

How about seizing his jet which is parked up in Singapore

And then selling it and giving the money to the policeman's family.

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3 minutes ago, owl sees all said:

Well, BOSS has already demonstrated his driving skills. He could have another accident. Next time he might not be so fortunate. It might be him!!

Well, he could try driving for the family crest. But that's dangerous ... all the cars are going extremely fast; there would be no wriggle room for incompetence.

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1 hour ago, tgeezer said:

There is little chance that he will be punished for the accident because it was just that,

Can't agree. I don't think it was an accident at all. If he had just whacked the police man and stopped i might see it that way. With what we know it could easily be considered murder.

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48 minutes ago, DavisH said:

Being on the run for 10 years won't be easy. He will turn up soon enough or someone will see him and report him to the local police. 

 

 

 

Running for ten years would be very easy. Just find one country that doesn't care and live in a hotel suite for a decade. No problem at all. The real question is when the warrant expires does that mean the statute of limitations is up? Can they renew the warrant or is that the end of the issue? Nobody seems to know what the deal is. 

 

If ten years is the window for prosecution it is a done deal and he will stay away that long. Think about it would you rather do 10 years in a Thai prison or 10 years in a presidential suite? 

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6 hours ago, rkidlad said:

8 times this turd failed to show up. Then they let him stroll out just before he was supposed to turn up for his last chance appearance. They procrastinate with his arrest warrant and they now do the same with his passport revocation. And we're told they're doing everythingsweet by the letter of the law. 

 

Apart from beach chairs, lottery numbers and cherry picked corruption cases - what's changed here? 

Sweet <deleted>.

 

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It seems strange, but as near as I can determine that aircraft (long term lease from Swiss/Austrian leasing company AVCON - OE-LCY as flight AOJ85S) flew from DMK to XPS (Seletor, small airport in Singapore)  last evening 5 May 2017, departing DMK at 18:15 (+7), arriving XPS at 21:09 local time (+8)

 

 

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/AOJ85S

 

Maybe it was sent to pick up other friends, family members, possessions?

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8 minutes ago, anotheruser said:

 

Running for ten years would be very easy. Just find one country that doesn't care and live in a hotel suite for a decade. No problem at all. The real question is when the warrant expires does that mean the statute of limitations is up? Can they renew the warrant or is that the end of the issue? Nobody seems to know what the deal is. 

 

If ten years is the window for prosecution it is a done deal and he will stay away that long. Think about it would you rather do 10 years in a Thai prison or 10 years in a presidential suite? 

There's little chance he will be going to jail, even if he does return and face the courts. He just doesn't want  a conviction and then the sequence of bailing and appealing to keep out of the slammer. He could stay away and hide out, but that doesn't suit his jet setting lifestyle. Will be interesting to see if he turns up at any more F1 races. 

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5 hours ago, rkidlad said:

8 times this turd failed to show up. Then they let him stroll out just before he was supposed to turn up for his last chance appearance. They procrastinate with his arrest warrant and they now do the same with his passport revocation. And we're told they're doing everything by the letter of the law. 

 

Apart from beach chairs, lottery numbers and cherry picked corruption cases - what's changed here? 

 

The Immigration police had NO reason to stop him leaving the country on his Thai passport as there was no warrant out for his arrest and any good lawyer would have him released instantly.

 

After an arrest warrant and passport cancellation however is a different matter. THEN you can blame the immigration police for letting him go.

 

With all this hoohaa about this government not doing very much please try to remember that the incident happened when the previous government was in power, so ask yourselves this, what did THEY do about it while they still had him in Thailand?

 

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1 hour ago, Borzandy said:

He already has a new passport from another country.

Maybe he has, but it gives Thailand a good excuse to write/email every country to9 say his passport is now "annulled" and why...

 

Also as a business "Boss" this will not do his reputation much good.

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12 minutes ago, DavisH said:

There's little chance he will be going to jail, even if he does return and face the courts. He just doesn't want  a conviction and then the sequence of bailing and appealing to keep out of the slammer. He could stay away and hide out, but that doesn't suit his jet setting lifestyle. Will be interesting to see if he turns up at any more F1 races. 

Ten years goes fast if the charges end at that point. As far as jet setting lifestyle goes sometimes we need to make compromises when we are running from felony charges. 

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