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Thai woman nabbed at Suvarnabhumi Airport with 4kg 'ice'

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BANGKOK, Oct 8 - A Thai woman was arrested at the country's main international airport for smuggling four kilogrammes of crystal methamphetamine, commonly known as ice, worth Bt14 million, customs officers reported.

The accused was identified as Nareerat Varitkitkajorn. She was detained at Suvarnabhumi Airport on entering the country as customs officials found the drug hidden under the lower compartment of her luggage.

Ms Nareerat claimed that she borrowed the luggage from a hotel in the Philippines as her bag was broken and that she did not know that the drugs were hidden inside.

Customs officers did not believe the detainee's claims, saying the drug was meant to be distributed to customers here.

Ms Nareerat will be initially charged with smuggling illicit drugs into the kingdom and was sent to the Narcotics Suppression Bureau for further legal procedures. (MCOT online news)

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-- TNA 2012-10-08

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She will never see the freedom again, if she plead guilty, get life imprisonnement, if not, death penalty.

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This is absurd, why on earth smuggling this shit into the country when it's already an overcrowded supply line availible??????

Unless ofcourse its cheaper to risk ones live to smuggle then to by it cheap on the local market.

epidemic!

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She will never see the freedom again, if she plead guilty, get life imprisonnement, if not, death penalty.

Really ? Wow thats a hard lesson to learn.

There's no excuse for these people but I can't help feeling that some of these drug-mules are also victims of the drug trade. IMHO I would have thought a stiff sentence of say 5-10 years would be more than sufficient (personal opinion only mind)

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She will never see the freedom again, if she plead guilty, get life imprisonnement, if not, death penalty.

Really ? Wow thats a hard lesson to learn.

There's no excuse for these people but I can't help feeling that some of these drug-mules are also victims of the drug trade. IMHO I would have thought a stiff sentence of say 5-10 years would be more than sufficient (personal opinion only mind)

You'd think the death penalty would be sufficient enough of a deterrent, but it isn't. They don't mess around with this kind of thing in other parts of the world. Look at Singapore. There are several signs in plain view of airport passengers that drug smuggling of any kind will result in the death penalty. But it still happens. IMHO, bring back extrajudicial shootings and be done with them.

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Easy Money seems to come to mind...Most think they can get away with it and Many seem to...

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coffee1.gif Another tragic victum of a substandard Educational system that leaves little or no hope in going anywhere but NOWHERE!!!!

And they are producing 1000s more just like this person.

Selling sex or selling drugs...

AND SURELY A SUCCESSFUL REHABILITION PROGRAM should be Part of the Sentencing for FIRST TIME OFFENDERS to

avoid a lifetime sentence coupled with some kind of technical skill program to enable people like this to provide a living for themselves,

rather than end up back in the HOLE.coffee1.gif

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1- I work with foreign mules in Thai prisons. I have a project with one part consisting in this:

Prevention

Eventually The imprisoned mules give advice to the young people (message is “you cannot win / you are just a decoy / they cheat you / police knows you already / it’s not 5 years in prison, you’ll be old when you’ll be released”)

From the psychological models and process models, find actions to be in contact with these persons (Internet or real life).

Movies, songs with famous stars, Facebook groups,

How to find help to implement that?

When I manage to contact the former friends of these girls, they tell "Yes we know that she was on the verge something stupid..." What about a Facebook group "My friend is becoming a mule"?

Please don't tell "This is useless, when a girl wants to cross the line, she will do." Please consider that we can save some of them.

2- Police in Ho Chi Minh City have busted a drug ring, detaining two Thai nationals, one of whom was caught carrying 2 kg of cocaine. Meanwhile, another Thai, a former student, saw her death sentence upheld by a court on Wednesday.

Maybe already in ThaiVisa.

http://www.tuoitrenews.vn/cmlink/tuoitrenews/society/two-thais-held-for-drug-trafficking-another-has-death-penalty-upheld-1.87982

3- The girl mentioned in the current article is Thai and will be jailed in his homeland. Life sentence = 18 years.

It's too long BUT imagine when you spend this long time far from home, far from any family or friend!!! And the worst is probably when you arrive in the jail pregnant, you give birth, you take care of the baby during one year, the baby girl has to go back to Africa, you'll see her again when she will be mother herself.

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