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Keeping Thailand safe: Blacklisted Uzbek woman and Myanmar woman came back

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Keeping Thailand safe: Blacklisted Uzbek woman and Myanmar woman came back

 

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Picture: Naew Na

 

Naew Na reported that a woman from Uzbekistan and another from Myanmar had come back into Thailand on new passports with new names after they had been blacklisted. 

 

Both were arrested by Region 1 immigration police after they tried to extend visas and detailed checks were made. 

 

Naew Na quoted arresting officers as saying that the work was done following orders from immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang to keep Thailand safe. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 
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The partial quote  " Naew Na quoted arresting officers as saying that the work was done following orders from immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang to keep Thailand safe"   indicates that prior to that order from the chief they did not bother their backsides to check anything ?  Guess that is par for the lazy RTP.

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19 minutes ago, webfact said:

Both were arrested by Region 1 immigration police after they tried to extend visas and detailed checks were made. 

Surprised the usefulness of the TM30 wasn't highlighted in this case.

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14 minutes ago, MJKT2014 said:

Surprised the usefulness of the TM30 wasn't highlighted in this case.

And the biometric id scanning.

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Isn't it amazing how ineffective the bothersome TM30 enforcement is to keep undesirable foreigners out? I said it before and I'll say it again: TM30 is worthless for ensuring "national security" because it cannot prevent undesirable foreigner from getting into the country in the first place. All it does is put a heavy burden on law abiding foreign residents and make them feel unwelcome. On the other hand, real criminals ALWAYS will find a way to slip through the net and couldn't care less about TM30.    

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11 minutes ago, Nong Khai Man said:

Or The Finger Prints ??

Facial recognition, fingerprints, they've got it all. But generally, 40% of the security stuff here is not working, i heard.

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

On the other hand, real criminals ALWAYS will find a way to slip through the net and couldn't care less about TM30. 

The real criminals are the ones holding the net!

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Can only imagine how the Uzbek woman managed to get herself blacklisted.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Naew Na quoted arresting officers as saying that the work was done following orders from immigration chief Lt-Gen Sompong Chingduang to keep Thailand safe.

Were these two women dangerous?

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56 minutes ago, MJKT2014 said:

Surprised the usefulness of the TM30 wasn't highlighted in this case.

I'm not.

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5 minutes ago, Vacuum said:

Were these two women dangerous?

Probably not...

 

But hey-it's all razzamatazz.

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There's a waterfall in Prachuap Khiri Khan province and when you climb up you're all in a sudden in Myanmar.

 

   Can't be that difficult to cross a "green border." 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Keeping Thailand safe:

I was always fearful I'd cross paths with a Myanmar woman...…...now there's one less to worry about....I can rest a little easier!

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