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3 minutes ago, Sticky Wicket said:

Newbie alert!!!!!!!!!

 

Read about Hannah and David's bodies when the they were sent back to the UK

The sabotage was so bad that no proper UK autopsy could be undertaken

Always the case since the 1960s.

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18 minutes ago, kimpil01 said:

My facts comes from my own experience. I was there from the 26 of June until the 7 of July this year and stayed in the same cell. It is inhuman conditions but the inmates help each other’s as much as possible

OK, good, its important to hear from people who have been there. But what you saw and experienced isn't what everyone sees and experiences. Perhaps your cell was a good one with a kindhearted boss, perhaps even a kind hearted boss may decide he doesn't like one of the inmates and allows that inmate to be beaten to death.

 

I will remember this report in the UK newspaper for many years. If more like it come out I will have a better idea about what is going on at the detention center. If nothing more happens for many years then I will think you were probably right, but for now i wonder what they really do with people in there.

 

I hope more information emerges about the case reported by the overstayer, it seems he may not be 100% reliable, but you have to wonder why would he go to the UK press about this. I can imagine that there might be Thai people in the UK who would not like what he said at all and could give him problems. I think he is taking a big risk, too big just to be say ing anything he feels like saying or to be just trying to  get some kind of petty revenge.

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Just now, Shaunduhpostman said:

OK, good, its important to hear from people who have been there. But what you saw and experienced isn't what everyone sees and experiences. Perhaps your cell was a good one with a kindhearted boss, perhaps even a kind hearted boss may decide he doesn't like one of the inmates and allows that inmate to be beaten to death.

 

I will remember this report in the UK newspaper for many years. If more like it come out I will have a better idea about what is going on at the detention center. If nothing more happens for many years then I will think you were probably right, but for now i wonder what they really do with people in there.

 

I hope more information emerges about the case reported by the overstayer, it seems he may not be 100% reliable, but you have to wonder why would he go to the UK press about this. I can imagine that there might be Thai people in the UK who would not like what he said at all and could give him problems. I think he is taking a big risk, too big just to be say ing anything he feels like saying or to be just trying to  get some kind of petty revenge.

See my post #181. Just another fantasist claiming things that never happened. Good old Thai Visa.

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9 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

One that puts it's own people first, one that cares about border security and one that wants a sustainable (that word again) population growth?

If you have spent time in a Thai jail you would know that foreigners are generally treated better than Thai inmates. 

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1 minute ago, Langkawee said:

Everyone has seen enough of your ridiculous posts. Give us a beak, go find a pattaya hoe, and leave us free from your newbie posts, please, pretty please. People come here to learn something so they are no longer newbies. You are not being helpful. 

Most know how it works a week in the morgue while you are dead or alive with no refrigeration to make the autopsy impossible. Enter that country at your own risk. God bless you all. 

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Well, was it, or is it worth overstaying??  If not, don't do it.  Get over it, Thailand is nice, but it is not Elysium. 

Or, if it is then proceed to overstay and suck up the consequences of "YOUR" decision.  Simple! 

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It seems that anyone who has nothing bad to say about Thailand and the Thais, or even says good things about them, is deemed by some of the more hostile readers here to be suffering from a kind of Stockholm syndrome! 😉

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23 minutes ago, DannyCarlton said:

Strange. In September you claimed that you hadn't been in Thailand since 2014.

 

 

Which -obviously- makes his story hard to believe.

 

How could he have been in detention when he wasn't there?

 

The one million bucks question of the day. 

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Just now, allanos said:

It seems that anyone who has nothing bad to say about Thailand and the Thais, or even says good things about them, is deemed by some of the more hostile readers here to be suffering from a kind of Stockholm syndrome! 😉

I've never been there, are they all daft or just smiley...😜

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I guess mentioning that he's a father of two is supposed to give him more respect and credibility. I don't understand that as millions of people irresponsibly bring children into the world. I'm going to assume he fathered those children in the UK and is estranged from them as he took off to Thailand with a 1-way ticket to be with his Thai girlfriend. I just don't see how that's supposed to make us see him as a more respectable person, but perhaps I'm reading more into twice mentioning that he made some babies.

 

But, what I really don't understand is why he was in the IDC for 3 months. Did he just not have the funds to purchase a return ticket, or was he actually sentenced to spend 3 months there for being on a 6-month overstay? 

 

Clearly, people should not have to be detained long-term in the conditions described, and if there is a high degree of truth to what this person has told the press (and the FBI) then pressure should be put on Thailand to make changes to their facilities and process.  At the same time, people should not flirt with situations where they can't financially take care of themselves when traveling abroad.  

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1 minute ago, Isaanbiker said:

Which -obviously- makes his story hard to believe.

 

How could he have been in detention when he wasn't there?

 

The one million bucks question of the day. 

I have never seen any viable reports of farang prisoners being treated in the way the OP describes.

 

It's harsh, I wouldn't want to spend time in there but the OPs claims are pure fantasy.

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Some inflammatory posts and replies have been removed.  

 

Off topic trollling posts and replies have been removed. 

Edited by metisdead

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9 hours ago, BritManToo said:

I think you'll find there's quite a close comparison.

The two guys in the OP do not appear to be normal 'holiday makers' either.

(according to a 5 minute google search)

 

PS 'Kai' is a popular Indian name.

http://www.indiachildnames.com/name.aspx?name=Kai

They were not in anyway similar to the illegal immigrants who go to the UK to get UK passports,  jobs, citizenship by paying trafficking gangs to smuggle them in illegally.

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1 minute ago, Ireland32 said:

You know the idiots that come over here and change their name to Thai, Morons

No. How many do you know?

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10 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

The guardian for those who do not know is a far left propaganda rag

The link I provided was not the Guardian.

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