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Hua Hin: "Dangerous" American fugitive arrested by Thai immigration police

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it's important that the U.S. keeps a good relationship with Thailand precisely  for this reason

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

He was wanted in America in the state of Virginia on charges related to the supply of weapons and marijuana

Sounds like the average Thai male road-rage driver

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6 hours ago, wendyfromoz said:

why do they have to make up all these huge, elaborate boards everytime they arrest someone.

It may not be that they're doing a lot of work. It may be that they want to give the appearance that they're doing a lot of work. 

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6 hours ago, wendyfromoz said:

why do they have to make up all these huge, elaborate boards everytime they arrest someone.

Because they have seen the inspiring work Donald Dump has done with just a poster and some crayons  😎

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Everytime you use an ATM, the photo of your face is going into the biometrics data base. 

So nowhere to hide nowadays

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How can anyone be caught with such a long overstay, considering that Big Jok's big cleanse happened just last year? He surely wouldn't have missed this criminal mastermind.

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A large but poorly constructed billboard touting biometrics broke free from its moorings and KOd him.   

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7 hours ago, GeorgeCross said:

 

and Hua Hin

 

BAN Hua Hin!!!

 

 

Image result for ban hua hin

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7 hours ago, wendyfromoz said:

why do they have to make up all these huge, elaborate boards everytime they arrest someone.

They need this propaganda to show on the news when they actually arrest criminals without accepting any bribes.

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8 hours ago, otherstuff1957 said:

But did he file his TM30?  That would surely have lead the cops straight to him!

Maybe if the US (and other western countries') authorities had some way to track where "fugitives" are staying in those countries, Thai police wouldn't have to find and arrest them.

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On overstay for 1760 days.

Sept 2014 to September 2019..

Lets add 13.5% extra to reach 2000..

Makes the stats look better with some Thai mathematical input.. 

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8 hours ago, wendyfromoz said:

why do they have to make up all these huge, elaborate boards everytime they arrest someone.

Blowing smoke where the sun don't shine to make yourself look important and retain your position!

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