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54 minutes ago, Just Weird said:

More unlikely, exaggerated and embellished garbage published by a red top rag that pays for sensationalised stories.  Odd how in these tales of imprisonment the 'victims' are always incarcerated with "Thai gangster and murderers", the visa overstayers, petty criminals and those convicted of minor offences, who would constitute most of those prison populations are never mentioned.

 

If he really sent £2000 to himself, that could only be collected from a MoneyGram office on production of his passport.  That suggests that he sent it to someone else who would have had every right to collect the money!  If it paid out in error to the wrong person with no ID MoneyGram would have recompensed him!

 

"Kai admits he made a mistake by going to stay with Thai friends for several months before contacting the British embassy for help in March this year".

Isaacs admitted that he voluntarily put himself on overstay for several months! 

I wonder how he managed to survive for several months bearing in mind that he allegedly had no money when he arrived here?

 

"Their own countries didn’t want them back so they had been there for years".

Garbage. No country can deny entry to it's own citizens, assuming they have no other nationality!

 

A load of Mirror tosh.

That last statement is incorrect. Some totalitarian states do that now and then. There's an Indonesian fringe Islamist in Malaysia whose country doesn't want him back. They foisted him on Malaysia.

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I see the "hang 'em high" brigade are out in force...🥺

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5 hours ago, 300sd said:

The question is what kind of a country treats people this way? 

 

 

No, the question is, what kind of a gullible fool wires money to a Thai girl and arrives in the country with the money gone along with the girl and then proceeds to overstay his 30 day visa by 7 months. Not too mention not even having enough cash in pocket to buy a return ticket (which he should have had in the first place) or a freaking credit card. 

 

No sympathy. Not one iota. He's an idiot for doing what he did. 

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The only thing to do is directly go to International Court of Justice of The Hague and globally denounce Thailand for it.

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6 hours ago, Vacuum said:

Question is why did he do it? Ignorance, stupidity?

Both, but a more important question: what did he expect when he broke the law in Thailand? A free ride back to England or maybe some help from RTP to continue his vacation in Thailand on overstay? 

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6 hours ago, 300sd said:

The question is what kind of a country treats people this way? 

 

 

What happens in the jail of your country?

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Who advised him to overstay? 

So he got what he deserved. He asked for it. 

So why this story? 

Stupid guy. 😈

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6 hours ago, colinneil said:

So Kai Issacs thinks i can make serious money out of this, just stretch the truth make it sound dramatic, ker ching.

If the truth is not dramatic enough for you,.??

 

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6 hours ago, Vacuum said:

Question is why did he do it? Ignorance, stupidity?

a little late to find out the reason. must have been traumatic.

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6 hours ago, colinneil said:

So Kai Issacs thinks i can make serious money out of this, just stretch the truth make it sound dramatic, ker ching.

“There were people from 47 different countries."

 

Well, I suppose he had time to count them all! 🤔

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