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UK Drugs Baron arrested by Thai cops on Samui

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ID: 41   Posted

He was hanging out in Pattaya for several months and was quite well known around the bars and GoGos.
 

He certainly didn't seem to be hiding.

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ID: 42   Posted

Picturesque arrest scene. If u r gonna get pinged then why not do it on a tropical beach, perfect.

 Nice one, another turd flushed out, as the report says. 😂

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ID: 43   Posted

3 hours ago, Tchooptip said:

The only aerial picture I found from Koh Mudsum shows PoorSucker is right (as usual:smile:) not a single house on this

tiny island. 

seawalking.jpg.f3ab43cedf63b2418eb2d082da283946.jpg 

from this picture ( far from the island ) , you can't see if there are buildings or people 

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8 hours ago, Jim walker said:

low life scum keep him in prison in thailand for 10 years first before sending him to his 5 starr english open prison he is in thailand on a stolen passport worth 10 years 

Much as I agree with your sentiments, he won't get an open prison in the UK for a long time. It's only prisoners in their last 12-18 months and occasionally 2 years that get open prison.

 

He could be charged for overstaying his visa or stamp on arrival, then lso for using the fake or bought/ stolen  passport and various other crimes. It is a separate offense each and every time he uses that passport for goods and services and entering and exiting Thailand. Which, if he has had it a while can rack up quite a sentence in a Thai prison.

 

The problem with that is then he is able to try and delay be appealing against deportation.

 

The RTP may just want rid of him for good relations and a feather in the cap with their UK counterparts. Relations between these two police forces suffered after a few incidents the last couple of years.

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ID: 45   Posted

Great that they got this prick. I hope that the punishment is not only done but it is seen to be done.!!!!!

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ID: 46   Posted

An Evil Thug who will hopefully spend some time in a Rat infested Cell! He has thrived on selling illegal substances and possibly ruined many lives so lets hope Justice takes it's course and he is dealt with by The Criminal Justice System found Guilty and putaway so he does not cause anymore misery. Does concern me when he is described as a "Baron" as this word is related to Nobility and there is nothing noble about a Rat who threatens his ex-wife and wanting to burn her house down?

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ID: 47   Posted

Koh Mudsem certainly does have an up-market and private hotel on the far side of the island!

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ID: 48   Posted

Often wondered what happens when a fugitive like this is then police escorted back home on a 13 hour flight or more. I mean, the officers have to sit next to him for 13 hours? Is he still cuffed? Is he allowed food and beers? Can he still watch the entertainment system? What would they talk about? They can't be silent for 13 hours?!

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ID: 49   Posted

12 hours ago, DiscoDan said:

Koh Mudsum has a hotel been there a couple of years now.

www.treasurekohmadsum.com ....

 

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ID: 50   Posted

Crikey, it was only a bit of cocaine. Lots of prudes here, the stuff was legal in the good old days. But why are these people called Barons and Lords. Why not a drug Knight?

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On 5/9/2017 at 1:26 PM, phycokiller said:

why so much drama over a little cocaine? you would think the world was ending

A "little" cocaine? More than a little!

 

"Moorby was behind a major drugs conspiracy to flood Teesside with high grade cocaine"

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ID: 52   Posted (edited)

41 minutes ago, Headphone Jack said:

Crikey, it was only a bit of cocaine. Lots of prudes here, the stuff was legal in the good old days. But why are these people called Barons and Lords. Why not a drug Knight?

A "bit of" cocaine? More than a little!

 

"Moorby was behind a major drugs conspiracy to flood Teesside with high grade cocaine" 

 

(Mostly copied and pasted from the previous post!)

Edited by sambum

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ID: 53   Posted

Good!..Hopefully another scumbag will be removed from Thailand. Amazes me just how many low-life criminals end up here. Very impressive that the RTP managed such a slick operation. I'm sure the British police were in on it.... Well done!

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ID: 54   Posted

22 hours ago, sambum said:

A "little" cocaine? More than a little!

 

"Moorby was behind a major drugs conspiracy to flood Teesside with high grade cocaine"

yes, people had to buy wellingtons to wade through the streets.  and it was a conspiracy? so it didnt actually happen? and a major one at that. and if only it had been low grade cocaine. as I said, so much drama that you need a playwriter to translate all that, or a grumpy old keyboard warier expat I suppose

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ID: 55   Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, phycokiller said:

yes, people had to buy wellingtons to wade through the streets.  and it was a conspiracy? so it didnt actually happen? and a major one at that. and if only it had been low grade cocaine. as I said, so much drama that you need a playwriter to translate all that, or a grumpy old keyboard warier expat I suppose

It didn't actually happen because he got caught! That's why it was called a conspiracy! i.e. :-

"con·spir·a·cy kənˈspirəsē/
noun . a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." 
 
And if it had hit the streets, the world as they knew it might have ended for quite a few people!
 
By the way I am not a "grumpy old keyboard  warier "("warrior" ?) and reasonably well educated so I do not "need a a playwriter to translate so much drama", (or indeed to teach me how to spell simple words) but I am a child of the "60's" and an ex musician not unused to the effects/world of drugs. but I have had a few friends whose parents would disagree whole heartedly with your sentiments. Try asking one or two reformed addicts (e.g. David Crosby of CS & N) whether  "just a bit of cocaine" is harmless? The same cocaine that sent him on the run from the police with an unlicensed pistol? 
 
And from Wikipedia:- "According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, approximately 5000 deaths occur annually in the US due to cocaine overdose." (And that's just the US!)
 
So before you start name calling, and talking about "dramas", check your facts, mate! 
 
 
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ID: 56   Posted

On 2017-5-9 at 10:19 AM, colinneil said:

Yes i understand that the UK police passed on info, but at least the Thai police got up off their backsides for once, and followed it up.

Yes true. Looks like the UK Police and border/airport authorities were lying on their backsides when they allowed a criminal who was convicted to 15 years in jail, to drive to the airport and fly out on a one way ticket.

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ID: 57   Posted

How long and slow those tic tocs will sound now as he watches the sun 's rays climb up one wall and later descend down another.

Day in, day out.......

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1 hour ago, sambum said:

It didn't actually happen because he got caught! That's why it was called a conspiracy! i.e. :-

"con·spir·a·cy kənˈspirəsē/
noun . a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." 
 
And if it had hit the streets, the world as they knew it might have ended for quite a few people!
 
By the way I am not a "grumpy old keyboard  warier "("warrior" ?) and reasonably well educated so I do not "need a a playwriter to translate so much drama", (or indeed to teach me how to spell simple words) but I am a child of the "60's" and an ex musician not unused to the effects/world of drugs. but I have had a few friends whose parents would disagree whole heartedly with your sentiments. Try asking one or two reformed addicts (e.g. David Crosby of CS & N) whether  "just a bit of cocaine" is harmless? The same cocaine that sent him on the run from the police with an unlicensed pistol? 
 
And from Wikipedia:- "According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, approximately 5000 deaths occur annually in the US due to cocaine overdose." (And that's just the US!)
 
So before you start name calling, and talking about "dramas", check your facts, mate! 
 
 

it did hit the streets, its widely available all round the world. if they actually legalized it it wouldnt be cut with all sorts of stuff that is toxic and no doubt causes many of the deaths and people could openly seek help for their addictions, and they wouldnt have to do runners from the police with illegal guns

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1 hour ago, bannork said:

How long and slow those tic tocs will sound now as he watches the sun 's rays climb up one wall and later descend down another.

Day in, day out.......

youve really taken the time and put some thought into this, very poetical

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ID: 60   Posted

28 minutes ago, phycokiller said:

youve really taken the time and put some thought into this, very poetical

Time is probably not a word he will enjoy hearing for some time.

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