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Thammanat claims he ‘just slept’ in Aussie lock-up

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6 hours ago, webfact said:

nation, religion and monarchy,” he said

He for got the fourth..total and  UTTER BS, they should enshrine it

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8 minutes ago, Classic Ray said:

Convictions with prison sentences of over 6 months in ACT or 30 months in the Commonwealth in Australia can never be spent. https://www.afp.gov.au/what-we-do/services/criminal-records/spent-convictions-scheme

Yes but they can be squashed, pardoned or exculpated by sucessful application through the courts.

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

“How can a drug inmate sue an innocent person?”

Because YOUR  stupid country has  laws to let  it, hey why not  dump les  majeste and the libel/defamation laws at the same time, then we'd  really see the  cack hit the fan

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3 hours ago, mtls2005 said:

We're told he was given a Royal Pardon, so assume that legally absolves him of any continued responsibility or affects.

also told they're  above politics

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38 minutes ago, Sydebolle said:

and (weird) social structure does not dare to opt for changes. 

The absolute CRUX of  the  matter.

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37 minutes ago, ThaiBunny said:

Quite so

it was  only $.4.2  million small deals  though.

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38 minutes ago, digger70 said:

Thailand were underlined when he produced character references from a judge and a police lieutenant-colonel

Lets  see  them out in the open next.

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He's going to sue the Australian news paper, this should be very interesting

He is all over the Australian media, google him for some interesting reading,

I don't think it would be wise to put up all the links here

"Thai minister to sue Australian newspaper

A Thai minister says he will sue an Australian newspaper that reported he had spent four years in prison for heroin trafficking."

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At least it is a change. Ministers in previous parliaments went to jail after they resigned or being couped. This one went to jail before he got 'elected'. First members of the govenment seemed to be criminals after. Now they just hire criminals !

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Seems he has a couple of convictions in Thailand as well. Googled him and it says he was convicted quite recently over a 800 million baht bitcoin scam but was not charged with a crime - how does that work? Also involved in a killing and involvement with the police in a mafia style operation in Northern Thailand.

Nasty piece of gear this bloke.

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He was arrested and charged under the name as Manat Bophlom when he pleaded guilty in the NSW District Court to conspiracy to import a commercial quantity of heroin with a street value of up to $4.1 million. Since being deported from Australia he re-joined the Military and since has amassed a wealth of over 42 million baht.

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5 hours ago, ezzra said:

Just wondering what this guy has on the PM  and why he's so important to the PM to force the latter to lie and go into great pains to deny and distort court documented facts of a serious criminal past, imprisonment and being an imposter labeling it a " small Issues" and let bygone be bygone"...

1. PM doesn't want to lose any numbers which currently give nim a majority number of politicians.

2. Doesn't want to lose face by having to admit this scaly person should never have passed the test, assessment to be allowed to get into parliament and into a ministerial position . 

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