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Interpol Red Notice sought for Greek suspect over Phuket beautician murder

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Interpol Red Notice sought for Greek suspect over Phuket beautician murder

By Waranya Prompinpiras

 

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Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos was recorded as clearing Immigration at Phuket International Airport to board a flight to Dubai just hours after Ms Niramon was last seen alive.

 

PHUKET:-- Cherng Talay Police have filed a request for Interpol to issue Red Notice for the arrest of 42-year-old Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of Phuket beautician Niramon Aewkaew.

 

The request was submitted with the Foreign Affairs Division of the Royal Thai Police and the Office of the Attorney-General in Bangkok yesterday, Cherng Talay Police Chief Col Serm Kwannimit confirmed to The Phuket News today (Feb 20).

 

“The request is for the Royal Thai Police to ask Interpol to issue a Red Notice for the arrest of Chairopoulos,” Col Serm added.

 

Full Story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/interpol-red-notice-sought-for-greek-suspect-over-phuket-beautician-murder-70458.php#joA3XCJKUHF3lsEX.97

 

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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2019-02-20

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looks like there is an extradition agreement or why else would hey bother

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35 minutes ago, madmen said:

looks like there is an extradition agreement or why else would hey bother

There is no formal extradition treaty between Thailand and Greece, but that does not mean he cannot be extradited back here.

It would be a very complex, and long drawn out process, but, if he has committed the murder, it is possible it could be done. Also, should he travel to any other country that does have a formal extradition treaty, he will be arrested on arrival, and the process to return him here would be a lot easier. 

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Policeman and girlie both came to equally unhappy endings... redbulls and blueballs must both equally get their Karmas 

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Cherng Talay Police have filed a request for Interpol to issue Red Notice for the arrest of 42-year-old Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of Phuket beautician Niramon Aewkaew.

 

Whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? They have found him guilty already!

 

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On 2/21/2019 at 7:52 AM, Maejo Man said:

Cherng Talay Police have filed a request for Interpol to issue Red Notice for the arrest of 42-year-old Greek national Dimitrios Chairopoulos, who is wanted for the murder of Phuket beautician Niramon Aewkaew.

 

Whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? They have found him guilty already!

 

A western concept.

 

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Personally I think under the climate of a junta, the enforcement of any warrant would be refused and appealed.

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4 minutes ago, RichardColeman said:

Personally I think under the climate of a junta, the enforcement of any warrant would be refused and appealed.

why

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18 hours ago, madmen said:

why

Not many countries will extradite to another country that carries the death sentence.

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3 hours ago, happy chappie said:

Not many countries will extradite to another country that carries the death sentence.

Normally they will provided death sentence will not be asked for.

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2 hours ago, stevenl said:

Normally they will provided death sentence will not be asked for.

Yes but if the country has the death penalty and there's always the chance then as I said most countries won't extradite and I think Interpol will not get involved either.

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1 hour ago, happy chappie said:

Yes but if the country has the death penalty and there's always the chance then as I said most countries won't extradite and I think Interpol will not get involved either.

Both statements are incorrect.

 

But if you want to believe that, please keep doing so.

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Off topic trolling posts and the off topic replies have been removed. 

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The cops are just pretending they are doing something. They love to use buzzwords too. Here if it doesn't pay (and this certainly doesn't) the cops don't play. They have forgotten about it already.

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