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Having 2 young children myself this makes me very sad. Pray they are returned to their Father, then throw this vile woman into the monkey house and let her rot.

Have you considered the mother genuinely loves her children, but the father used his superior financial position to "buy" a sole custody order from a Thai Judge, thus removing the children from her, possibly in an act of revenge?

Not saying this was the case here, but perhaps you could consider there may be more to the story than just the father's version.

Something clearly is not right here. If the mother is such a vile woman, would the father have brought the two girls back to spend time with her? If the father had bought, as the suggestion stands, the custody from a corrupt Thai judge, would he be so naive as to return the kids and think that order would be respected?

Where is it suggested the custody was bought from a corrupt Thai judge?

I suggested the possibility of it.

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Have you considered the mother genuinely loves her children, but the father used his superior financial position to "buy" a sole custody order from a Thai Judge, thus removing the children from her, possibly in an act of revenge?

Not saying this was the case here, but perhaps you could consider there may be more to the story than just the father's version.

Something clearly is not right here. If the mother is such a vile woman, would the father have brought the two girls back to spend time with her? If the father had bought, as the suggestion stands, the custody from a corrupt Thai judge, would he be so naive as to return the kids and think that order would be respected?

Where is it suggested the custody was bought from a corrupt Thai judge?

I suggested the possibility of it.

Stupid suggestion, you don't even know if the custody was awarded in UK or Thailand, let alone that a corrupt judge was involved.

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Even if I had knowledge of the whereabouts of these children, which I don`t, I would not report them unless I was fully aware of the full circumstances involved regarding why the mother was not permitted custody of her children.

There are only 2 sides to a story and at this stage I am not assuming anything.

Unbelievable arrogance and social irresponsibility. My goodness.

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I never realised that a mother can abduct her own daughters.

When fathers remove their own children from the lawful custody of the mother, that's typically called abduction.

Not when a court has awarded the father sole custody! Duh!

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Please see the link below for the definition of the word, "possibility." smile.png

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/possibility

Yes. We don't even know where the Court order was made, therefore, there are many "possibilities." smile.png

One of them being, the father may have "paid" for the Court order in Thailand, thus making the mother feel so aggrieved, she has taken the course of action that she has.

It's called - having an open mind. :)

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@ stevenl

Please see the link below for the definition of the word, "possibility." smile.png

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/possibility

Yes. We don't even know where the Court order was made, therefore, there are many "possibilities." smile.png

One of them being, the father may have "paid" for the Court order in Thailand, thus making the mother feel so aggrieved, she has taken the course of action that she has.

It's called - having an open mind. smile.png

Since you always come with the same conclusions it is a closed mind, opposite to what you claim.

It would be an open mind if you were to say: we don't know the exact circumstances here, but there is a warrant for her arrest out in the best interest of the children. So let's try to find them.

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why don't the girls just call their father?

The mother took out the Sim cards and confiscated their phones.

why don't they ask a stranger to use his phone?

Do you think they remember the father's number???

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I never realised that a mother can abduct her own daughters.

The mother does not have legal custody. The father was awarded custody of both girls.

I think you will find her offence is the breaching of a Court order, not committing the crime of abduction.

I know the article states a warrant has been issued for abduction, but what is reported, and what are the facts, can vary a lot.

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@ stevenl

Please see the link below for the definition of the word, "possibility." smile.png

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/english/possibility

Yes. We don't even know where the Court order was made, therefore, there are many "possibilities." smile.png

One of them being, the father may have "paid" for the Court order in Thailand, thus making the mother feel so aggrieved, she has taken the course of action that she has.

It's called - having an open mind. smile.png

Since you always come with the same conclusions it is a closed mind, opposite to what you claim.

It would be an open mind if you were to say: we don't know the exact circumstances here, but there is a warrant for her arrest out in the best interest of the children. So let's try to find them.

"Since you always come with the same conclusions" - really???? For every post, on every thread????

I agree, we don't know all the details, so I consider ALL "conclusions" and scenarios and possibilities.

For instance, we don't even know if DNA tests were perfromed on the children. Therefore, we don't even know if these children are biologically his. Perhaps they are the Norwegian's kids as well. Yet another possibility. How's that for an "open mind?" Did you consider that, or only believe what you read in the media????

Who knows where the facts lay in this case, on such little information.

Nothing wrong with considering all "possibilities" that may have lead the mother to her course of action.

You know, they are still looking for Saddam's weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. smile.png

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Probably a photo of the mother and where her family lives would be some help. She must have been of doubtful character as the custody was given to the father by a Thai court. And it seems, that it took her very little time to "drum up" another falang husband. I wonder how she met him ?

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Why is the mother known by 3 different names,as stated in the article,i know most Thai's have nicknames,but these do not sound like nicknames.

Husband 1

Husband 2

And birth name ......................easy!

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Having 2 young children myself this makes me very sad. Pray they are returned to their Father, then throw this vile woman into the monkey house and let her rot.

Have you considered the mother genuinely loves her children, but the father used his superior financial position to "buy" a sole custody order from a Thai Judge, thus removing the children from her, possibly in an act of revenge?

Not saying this was the case here, but perhaps you could consider there may be more to the story than just the father's version.

Something clearly is not right here. If the mother is such a vile woman, would the father have brought the two girls back to spend time with her? If the father had bought, as the suggestion stands, the custody from a corrupt Thai judge, would he be so naive as to return the kids and think that order would be respected?

Understanding any woman is difficult enough. But this woman is Thai !

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