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3 hours ago, bbi1 said:

 

So, why doesn't the cops instruct them and ask for an extradition order from whichever country he's living in, and put him on Interpol's “Red Notice”, etc.?

:cheesy::cheesy::cheesy: You are funny! :cheesy::cheesy::cheesy:

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Check under the Thonglor Commissioner's mattress & his bank accounts both in Thailand 

& abroad. Keep screwing up the paperwork boys

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Mossad would fix this within 48 hours

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He didnt and most likely wont go to jail, which is unfair and i dont agree with that, but who am i? Seems like everybody involved the police and the victims family and the Red Bull family, have made a deal satisfactory for all parties and obviously decided to let it go. So like it or not, although he didnt go to jail, he and his family must have paid a huge price for it, so case closed. 

Its not uncommon in some cultures the possibility to pay the victim or his family to avoid jail time. 

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He's probably whopping it up in Dubai along with that other fugitive. The one England refused to extradite as well (at least while he was still the owner of the football club that is). I think his sister, another fugitive with an Interpol notice outstanding, is still in the UK is she not ? Or has she moved to Dubai with big brother as well ?
 

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4 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Nearly 8 years and still nothing. If only Thailand had someone like Batman. Sorry, I've been watching too many movies. If only they had some strong and commanding figure. An army type maybe. Someone who could come in, have complete power and who would vow to end corruption and reform the police. A man who could return happiness to the people. 

 

Oh, well. Until someone like that comes along, the corruption and injustice will continue to get worse and unabated, I guess. 

Keep on dreaming man, you are talking about "The Land of Brown Envelopes".

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If you ever wondered whether the rich can get away with murder in this country then this little punk is living testimony.  

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25 minutes ago, natway09 said:

Check under the Thonglor Commissioner's mattress & his bank accounts both in Thailand 

& abroad. Keep screwing up the paperwork boys

believe it was the translation into English that was the main problem.

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If he (or his family) did pay off the dead cop's family, then the charges would have been dropped and all forgiven.

Just like when that minor actress killed the cop who was asleep in his (personal) car on the side of the road (where he'd stopped on the way back to his home province after attending a conference in Bangkok) back in 2015.

She didn't flee the scene, however the cop who arrived was conned into letting her go home (because she was crying) and never even breathalyzed her first ! She showed up at the police station (sober) the next day.

In the end, she spent what, 3 days in a temple and paid a couple million to the cops family.
She also got a whopping 2 year jail sentence - suspended of course - and a 10,000 baht fine along with having to see a probation officer 4 times - in one year ! Oh and she had to do 24 hours of community service too, the poor thing.
https://thairesidents.com/local/actress-anna-reese-gets-probation-drunk-driving/

2 years later she was arrested again after getting into an altercation at a bar then crashing her Mercedes when trying to flee from the bar. She got an amazing 2 month sentence - suspended of course - and a 20,000 baht fine !
https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30315996

Apparently, even if you are a minor celebrity you can get away with killing a cop here. 

And remember that rich girl who killed a bunch of people (I think she rammed a minivan on an overpass or something) and she was photographed at the scene calmly texting on her cellphone as though nothing happened. 9 dead and not a day in jail.

Whatever did happen to her ? 
"Orachorn “Praewa” Thephasadin Na Ayudhya was 16 when she drove her car into a Thammasat University van on Dec. 27, 2010, killing nine people. Since then, she’s become a symbol of the wealthy and powerful avoiding jail after committing serious crimes. Instead of time in prison, she was ordered to serve 138 hours of community service, which was only completed in 2016."

Took her 6 years to do 138 hours of community service and apparently she never said sorry or compensated the victims !
https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2019/07/16/9-years-on-crash-victims-say-praewa-gave-no-compensation/

(Rumours at the time suggest that her last name had a lot to do with her not getting any jail time at all. Can't discuss such matters on ThaiVisa though.........)

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I will skip stating the obvious....

 

The fact that the statute of limitations allows people to flee prosecution is bad law.  If someone flees the jurisdiction to avoid prosecution - the clock for the statute of limitations should be stopped (i.e. it will not continue run until he returns for prosecution)... In that case there would be no 2027 deadline.  The fact this has not been changed is obviously people in power want to avoid closing this loophole.

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I just do not understand why he did a runner,the cops family was compensated and he would have only

got a fine and a suspended sentence.

Maybe the family decided he should leave for awhile to protect the good family name?

Must be more to this story,but we will probably never find out.

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4 hours ago, bbi1 said:

 

So, why doesn't the cops instruct them and ask for an extradition order from whichever country he's living in, and put him on Interpol's “Red Notice”, etc.?

I'll give you a clue, it sounds like honey and gives the corrupt the ability to line their filthy pockets. 

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58 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

He's probably whopping it up in Dubai along with that other fugitive. The one England refused to extradite as well (at least while he was still the owner of the football club that is). I think his sister, another fugitive with an Interpol notice outstanding, is still in the UK is she not ? Or has she moved to Dubai with big brother as well ?
 

She cannot be extradited from the UK because she has been charged with "negligence" I believe. Under UK law a politician cannot be charge for this so it is not common law, only common law can be used in extradition. However back on topic, this red bull scumbag is guilty of killing a policeman whilst being <deleted> behind the wheel, if it is manslaughter for example that is common law and he would face extradition. 

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It is a complete lie.  there are only 12 INtyerpol Red notices for Thais and he is NOT one of them.

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