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BANGKOK 21 May 2019 21:28
rooster59

Navy to seize seastead as evidence in criminal case

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8 minutes ago, trainman34014 said:

Gives the Navy something else to do instead of pushing boats full of Refugee's back out to sea !

If the refugees start to get ideas they will be very worried.

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In normal countries the authorities photograph immovable structures  as evidence in planning or other cases. Only here would they consider removing it entirely before the court case. Like to see them haul it into the courtroom with a big Exhibit A painted on it!

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What happened to the "manhunt" that was on for him and his Thai wife?

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3 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Gives the Navy something else to do instead of pushing boats full of Refugee's back out to sea !

Or trafficking them to the Malaysian border 

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12 minutes ago, Stoker58 said:

  Why would anyone want to live in a tiny raft far out to sea? 

The serenity.

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3 hours ago, rooster59 said:

“The Royal Thai Navy has full authority and duty to protect national interest and marine sovereignty [in the area],” said Krissana.

but now it is a good place to rendezvous with mia nois

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