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"Nothing to see here" - press excluded, migrants told to go home after 400 descend on police station in visa dispute

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8 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

250 baht a month ducted from their pay for police bribe. This needs to be investigated and those responsible jailed.

nahhh, there is no corruption here, Prayut has nothing to investigate, just look at the Boss "Red Bull kid" case, it says it all

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There is a solution...pay agents another 30,000 baht and police 500baht per week tea money.  

 

Money talks... every thing is negotiable...there is no corruption involved here...just business as usual...

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22 hours ago, KhunKenAP said:

250 baht a month ducted from their pay for police bribe. This needs to be investigated and those responsible jailed.

Inactive duties apart from collecting tea money.

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22 hours ago, userabcd said:

And it is actively being sought out and used by many willing participants.

and just why is that?

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15 hours ago, Mavideol said:

nahhh, there is no corruption here, Prayut has nothing to investigate, just look at the Boss "Red Bull kid" case, it says it all

and just what do they teach about investigating at a military academy.

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Quote: “All the visa agent would do was mumble about Covid-19 and border closures making the issuance of visas impossible.”


Watch this space, next will be all those foreigners who have bought “visas” from agents in Pattaya. Can you imagine the protests outside the immigration office in 2 weeks from now, foreigners on overstay demanding why they still don’t have their visas yet ?
 

This is going to be fun. Hahaha !!

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On 9/11/2020 at 11:07 AM, KhunKenAP said:

250 baht a month ducted from their pay for police bribe. This needs to be investigated and those responsible jailed.

Keep dreaming

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