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Citizens frown at NACC decision clearing Prawit in luxury watch case

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7 hours ago, Chelseafan said:

Wow, who could see this coming?

 

Everyone, that's who

 

Amazing Thailand

“Safe Amazing Thailand” 

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3 hours ago, Chang_paarp said:

He did remember the friend's name, unfortunately the friend had died some time before.

Yes he returned the watches to the dead friend.

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he didnt declare a luxury watch and a diamond ring....if thats all the dirt the concerned netizens have on him, thats pretty meager.

anyway, great job done by the red shirt agitators...

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Rip to my dead friend Patek Philippe said the lardy general wrist in peace 🤔 

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1 hour ago, Expat Tom said:

Did you actually expect a different outcome ? This is not a Thailand problem. This is a worldwide problem. There is a two tiered justice system in the West as well as in Asia. There is one set of rules for those of power and privilege and another set you you and me. 

i am not sure but if you forgot to declare something, lets say at the border, maybe it would be confiscated, or pay a small fine. You wouldnt go to jail, or loose yr job. 

So he didnt declare some luxury items, so what. he isnt punished hard, just like you and me wouldnt be pushed in front of a the train.

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An off topic post about the UK has been removed.

 

A post using a trolling reference to Prawit and a reply has been removed. 

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Trusted Thailand, now there's an oxymoron.

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Sounds and looks like everyone in the NACC are the proud owner a luxury watch lol.

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just another fine example of the Thai leading class playing their favourite game "charade", the Thai version comprises the famous elements "run & hide, lay 5 tracks but all of them dead after a while, lie wide-eyed / smilingly, plant a desaster into the future by using friends and friends of friends, steal openly, deny before being interrogated, accuse your neighbour/pal/family/peer/dentist etc. of wrongdoings, keep most assets overseas (or stash away in cash under your bed), buy dozens of SIM cards registered by a friend in Singapore, always keep 40 names & addresses each of Burmese, Laos, Khmer labourers ..."

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8 hours ago, Thechook said:

He's mother must have really chubby fingers and has he returned these watches to the friend who's name he couldn't remember.

I was thinking the same thing, seems to fit him almost as it was made for him, ehm

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They can clear him all day, every day. They can clear him left, right and center.

 

To me though, he will always be the Watchman.

 

Edited to add: By Thai standards, I would imagine there's immense shame in the fact alone that he had to wait this long to be vindicated. By a body stacked with guys he and his friend (the one who's still alive) handpicked. Now, I do realize it was a very complex and thorough investigation, but still. Makes me chuckle.

 

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Will interesting to see what parlours open & how many comply!!

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