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Yingluck escape ‘well planned, with Thaksin’s help’

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Army chief says Thaksin was behind Yingluck’s escape

 

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Army Commander-in-chief Gen Chalermchai Sitthisad said Tuesday (Aug 29) that fugitive Thaksin Shinawatra was behind the escape of his younger sister Yingluck Shinawatra.

 

The army chief said he believed that Ms Yingluck had planned her escape in advance with her brother’s personal jet standing by.

 

The escape plan was well prepared but just awaited for the right and appropriate time to go, he said.

 

Ex-premier Yingluck failed to show up to hear the Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Offices’ verdict on rice pledging scheme on Aug 25.

 

Gen Chalermchai said Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered security personnel, particularly border authorities to find out her escape route, time of escape and escape method, as well as those who helped her escape.

 

“For the time-being, there is still no clear evidence to confirm whether Khun Yingluck has fled the country and how.  However, all circumstances lead to the belief that she has fled the country.  To the question why she escaped, it is a matter for further analyses,” Gen Chalermchai said.

 

So far authorities still have no information about it but they are looking into all CCTV cameras and natural paths which she took to escape, he said.

 

Gen Chalermchai said as a former prime minister, Ms Yingluck has many supporters who are ready to offer help in the escape. She also has a close aide who is a police officer with skills and experience in making escape.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/army-chief-says-thaksin-behind-yinglucks-escape/

 
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So far authorities still have no information about it but they are looking into all CCTV cameras and natural paths which she took to escape, he said.


That could waste about as much of the taxpayers money as the rice scheme itself
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3 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

please. morons in the Thai government please shut your mouths. i can't take it anymore.

 

I'm sure they gonna take note of it, that an non Thai citizen on the TVF can't take it anymore.

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In other words, the incompetent, derelict in her duties ex-PM, is more methodical, tactical and intelligent than Da' Royal Thai Army.  Fair enough.

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56 minutes ago, lovelomsak said:

Maybe she was abducted . Big brother then told to keep quiet. I think we have seen the last of her. Rumours and conjecture will keep going but we will never see her again. She is gone and there is no one to blame. No body no death.If she reappears I will apologize to every one in this forum for this post until then  my post has credibility.

That has certainly crossed my mind.

 

I know it is not the "way they usually do things", but the stakes are as high as they get, and the ultimate arbiter is no more...

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1 hour ago, lovelomsak said:

Maybe she was abducted . Big brother then told to keep quiet. I think we have seen the last of her. Rumours and conjecture will keep going but we will never see her again. She is gone and there is no one to blame. No body no death.If she reappears I will apologize to every one in this forum for this post until then  my post has credibility.

 

link: 1.mp4 very grainy video supposedly of Yingluck meeting her brother at a private airfield, somewhere allegedly in the UK...  (refuelling issues must have been resolved if true)...

 

This may all be speculation, false information, old photos etc... but this is whats circulating on Thai message groups... 

 

 

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I would laugh if she popped up soon and thanked all those by name that aided her departure!!

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13 minutes ago, realenglish1 said:

This whole thing is a political show  The only crime she committed was being Prime Minister in a country that has little stability 

A short memory and a firm believer in tooth fairies and Santa Claus.  Hard to credit!!!!

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3 hours ago, Bezdomny said:

She is smarter than all of the1700 generals together. How can you lead a country if you fail at so easy task?

:cheesy::cheesy:

I thought it was closer to 1800, or did they execute the 100 responsible to "shadow" her already?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

However, he denied claims that the junta made a deal with Yingluck to escape, saying it would not have any benefit for the junta.

Said before, say it again. They couldn't have her being a martyr. They took her to the border. What they're saying is all smoke and mirrors.

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