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We're wandering off topic here, while prostitution may have been involved in the case there's no need to get into the specifics or causes of it.

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4 minutes ago, sceadugenga said:

We're wandering off topic here, while prostitution may have been involved in the case there's no need to get into the specifics or causes of it.

You can remove mine no objection, not that it would matter anyway if I did 555555

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No doubt you are correct, but if I was to get straight into your face I would simply say its survival of the fittest
There always will be some of us who fall by the wayside, it happens in a nanny state so will certainly happen where there is far less help and opportunity 


Getting back on topic, in the event the guy was actually running sex tours, he and others like him are push some of us off the way and onto the wayside...

Some would argue that makes him one of the fittest, worthy of survival, I say it makes him a criminal (at best) worthy of incarceration.

I do not consider rule of law an indication of a nanny-state. I would agree that some laws are indicative of a nanny-state, but enforcement of law is absolutely not.

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59 minutes ago, mogandave said:

 


Getting back on topic, in the event the guy was actually running sex tours, he and others like him are push some of us off the way and onto the wayside...

Some would argue that makes him one of the fittest, worthy of survival, I say it makes him a criminal (at best) worthy of incarceration.

I do not consider rule of law an indication of a nanny-state. I would agree that some laws are indicative of a nanny-state, but enforcement of law is absolutely not.
 

 

I was referring to the life choices some of "us" make nothing to do with the law or enforcement or not of it anywhere

Life choices dictated by environment in many cases hence the mention of "nanny state"

I hope thats clear now as regards my views on what constitutes a victim as against yours

Now back on topic hopefully justice will be served at the end of the day

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23 hours ago, wcoast said:

Game set match, shot in the foot.

 

Yeah maybe he should have stated the obvious;

Fat older single moms with bad breath.

 

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There's nothing wrong with grabbing a granny either.

 

I was actually shopping for 15" rims on CL when I saw the ad.

 

23 hours ago, wcoast said:

While you beer drinkers cum detectives are postulating and condemning the man as a purveyor of underage girls...give this thought a chance...
If there was a glimmer of a chance that young girls were involved the police agencies would have crucified him. End of story.

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If there was a glimmer of a chance that young girls were involved a 'consideration' was to be paid, the police agencies would have crucified him looked the other way. (The usual) End of story.

 

23 hours ago, cyberfarang said:

That`s more likely the case, haggard women with lots of mileage on their clocks.

Clocks?

 

Am I missing something here?

 

16 hours ago, Will27 said:

They wanted to get him for people trafficking.

 

That's why the undercover cops were insistent on him getting the ladies from across the border I suspect.

I think the people trafficking was the fall back charge. The initial newsline indicates that the 2 foreign law enforcement participants were hot to trot on the under age girls being brought over; the pedo aspect maybe? Since the accompanying police would be unable to facilitate that without prior notice to and cooperation from their Burmese counterparts, they had to settle for a couple of older ladies with ID's or travel documents that allowed them to pass through the border checkpoint after dark.

 

This may well be only a holding charge until someone either comes up with something more substantial, or a higher authority decides that's enough time wasted and tells the prosecutor move on with what you have.

 

...or someone comes up with a wedge.

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18 hours ago, Will27 said:

They wanted to get him for people trafficking.

That's why the undercover cops were insistent on him getting the ladies from across the border I suspect.

IMO, the undercover cops wanted him to bring underage girls from Myanmar to Thailand because the Thai Police would have no legal powers in Myanmar and any crimes committed in Myanmar wouldnt be able to be prosecuted in Thailand

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On 8/13/2018 at 9:55 AM, toybits said:

Is this the same guy who had this Boomerang Rock Climbing joint at Chiang Rai? Sure looks like him... Jeeeezzz. Creepy!

Yeah he was a member here also, you might remember him......

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He's probably back with a new name on Thaivisa

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He's due to be released from prison soon, he'll be deported but can return to Thailand.

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He's due to be released from prison soon, he'll be deported but can return to Thailand.

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Really?

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1 hour ago, wcoast said:

He's due to be released from prison soon, he'll be deported but can return to Thailand.

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What was he jailed for ?

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10 hours ago, wcoast said:

He's due to be released from prison soon, he'll be deported but can return to Thailand.

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Thank You for the update.

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