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Expat in Koh Samui Prison on drug charges, nearly $3,000 raised to get her out


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The package was intended for someone else. As it's written on it. Let's not engage in wrongful arrests. That's a criminal offence these days.  The fact that she signed it simply proves that the p

Seems you just discovered the weak spot in her case. Some of us actually know what farang teachers get paid. Wonder if she's got a work permit for the restaurant? Obviously the cops k

My next load of crack cocaine I will have delivered to my house in someone else's name...if in the event it is detected I am innocent as wasn't my name on the package...life's not that simple...

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3 minutes ago, connda said:

So if someone sends a package containing drugs to a Thai bureaucrat and they sign for the package, then they are guilty of receiving drugs with the intent to distribute?  But if their secretary signs for it then the secretary is guilty?  Just saying that that logic contains a lot of holes and easily leads to the punishment of innocent people.  And - if the package was signed by a Thai bureaucrat my guess is a different tier of "justice" would apply and they would never be jailed or considered to be involved.  But commoners and foreigners.  Guilty without a doubt. 

How often do you think $10,000 of drugs get delivered to the wrong person?

(and they found 4 identical empty boxes in her room, and she's confessed)

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1 hour ago, HashBrownHarry said:

Just as well her eyes have been blurred out, very hard to recognize now - lol.

Maybe she has been haunting Bly Manor.  🥺

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1 hour ago, BritManToo said:

My pals in the UK (cocaine drug dealers) always used to operate deliveries like this (Red Star Parcels).

Package delivered to your address with another person's name on, put on the side for a week, then open if they weren't raided.

Gave them plausible deniability, police stakeouts could only afford to wait 3 days.

Like the police would know when you opened the package.

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25 minutes ago, lopburi3 said:

If that is true would hope forum removes link to go fund me!  

Link already posted,

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2 hours ago, BritManToo said:

My pals in the UK (cocaine drug dealers) always used to operate deliveries like this (Red Star Parcels).

Package delivered to your address with another person's name on, put on the side for a week, then open if they weren't raided.

Gave them plausible deniability, police stakeouts could only afford to wait 3 days.

Your pals ain't very bight if they send it by post to start with.

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33 minutes ago, Kerryd said:

Well, there is a "Hot in the Biscuit" American restaurant in Koh Samui and there are pics on that page that appear to be her, so it's not like those stories in the Mirror and Sun where they have outlandish stories with zero actual details so they can't be pinned down and proven to be scammers.

Nothing on the restaurant's Facebook page about this (not surprising - not something you'd want to advertise).

An update from 21 Oct says they hit their goal and the current amount is just over $3,360 so the original goal must have been $3,000 and they since upped it to 10x that amount. (A good lawyer can be expensive after all.)

Started teach in Thailand at 19 ? Something doesn't add up there. Unless she wasn't legit (i.e. no actual teaching qualifications or certification).
Starting a little restaurant that serves breakfast and brunch ? 
Sheesh - not that hard. Rent a spot, buy/rent/borrow some tables and chairs, set up an area to cook and clean. Probably get up and running for less than 5,000 baht (depending on rent/location). 

Hope she has a decent lawyer but this is Thailand. Even though they have nothing to connect her to the drugs, they can still decide that she knew what was in the package. 

There's little doubt she was set up though. As someone else mentioned, the police don't just show up and start searching a place and opening packages addressed to someone else. Unless they knew what to look for and when to look for it.

So someone sent the package and then tipped off the cops about what was in it. Which would mean the cops should know who was behind it.

Which a good lawyer should be able to point out to the judge. But again. This is Thailand.

The parcel was probably intercepted in the postal system and then tracked to the Destination.

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45 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

Setting someone up by losing yourself $10,000 of drugs seems a little bit excessive. (MDMA $40/gm x 250)

Would point out 250gm is 4,000 doses ........ maximum safe clinical dose = 150mg.

 

If I were setting someone up, I'd have just posted $100 worth.

So your an expert on drugs as well as sex .....🙄

regards Worgeordie

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2 hours ago, thaibeachlovers said:

Seems you just discovered the weak spot in her case.

Some of us actually know what farang teachers get paid.

Wonder if she's got a work permit for the restaurant?

Obviously the cops knew the drugs had been delivered ( they don't go around raiding restaurants on the off chance of finding parcels with drugs ).

Seems she was set up. I could speculate on the obvious reason, but that would be a conspiracy theory, so won't.

i guess i am daft, what isthe obvious reason ?

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