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VIDEO: How the world’s leading passport forger was arrested in Bangkok

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4 hours ago, ezzra said:

Oh my gosh what a travesty of justice, he's a regular saint, he only did it to help others in need... let him go please and find in your hearts to compensate the man for being wrongfully arrested...

the least we at TV cold do is set up a go fund me page for this modern day Nicholas Winton

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After interpol had the Indian police confiscate my passport in 1973, I had 6 passports. 

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biometric scanning at the border crossings, but in between border crossings no paperwork needed....

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I know this guy.  He used to have a stool in the lane just off Kaosan Rd.  :cheesy:

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Gives a different slant to the government crackdowns on immigration and why it’s getting more and more strict now. 

I’d much rather a few more difficulties than have criminals and terrorists running around easily 

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Jafary was believed to have been running his passport forgery network for almost twenty years from Thailand

Kudos to the Boys in Brown for their crack detective work!...

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you can run but can't hide, soon or later it will catch up with you... but he only helped people in need

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1 hour ago, geoffrobbo said:

I wonder if he completed the TM30

 

Boring !

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Big Joke is in the docu, was a good watch btw....had no idea the MH307 crash is connected to some guy in pattaya with fake passport 😞

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I thought the new biometrics made this all moot. Unless, of course, someone from immigration is on the inside of this scam, but that could never happen in LOS.

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2 minutes ago, quandow said:

I thought the new biometrics made this all moot. Unless, of course, someone from immigration is on the inside of this scam, but that could never happen in LOS.

there are still many passports in circulation that don't support biometrics

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