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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 23:20
rooster59

Swede arrested on Koh Chang over $11 million fraud “a really nice guy” and the last person you would think of being a criminal

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Sociopaths can be extremely plausible, and work at being likeable.

I can still remember an investment adviser who tried to sell me his house. Very likeable, beautiful wife, two children, perfect example of success.

It later turned out he was stealing from the trust accounts of widows. Invested in a brothel, and gambled away the rest on the horses. He went to jail for 18 months. His victims got nothing.

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Hey, what about me ?  I'm a real nice guy but am I also under suspicion now ? 

Do I have to change to an ar...hole to be more trustworthy ?

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9 hours ago, rooster59 said:

A Swedish man who was arrested this week on Koh Chang over his involvement in a multi million dollar fraud has been described as “a really nice guy” and “just about the last person you would suspect of being involved in anything illegal”.

That's what they also said about Bernie Madoff as I recall.

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THE LAST CRIMINAL

 

COMING SOON IN YOU BIG SCREEN

GO TO THE CINEMA

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He is not americain citizen so he is guilty 55555

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Posted (edited)

At least his name's not Johnny or Billy!

 

According to an old Swedish friend, Swedish men with names ending in a 'y' have almost always spent time in prison, maybe just a stereotype?!

 

Edited by Andrew65

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1 hour ago, maximillian said:

Hey, what about me ?  I'm a real nice guy but am I also under suspicion now ? 

Do I have to change to an ar...hole to be more trustworthy ?

Eliminate sugar from your diet. That should work.

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They are all nice, how  else can they con people ?  

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