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Canadian drug fugitive lived luxury life in Thailand before dying in police custody

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On 7/13/2017 at 3:12 AM, lemonjelly said:

And the Lamborghinis, house etc.... will be seized and auctioned in a perfectly transparent manner...?


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6 hours ago, tryasimight said:

died at 26...been here for 8 years? Came here at 18?

He is not 26 years old.  

 

According to his Linkedin page he is 33 .  So he came to Thailand when he was 25 . 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandre-cazes-395a61b2/

 

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He was 18 when he went on the run? I don't think so! Some facts here don't add up! Where's the wife?

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2 hours ago, tomwct said:

He was 18 when he went on the run? I don't think so! Some facts here don't add up! Where's the wife?

See post #47.

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On 7/14/2017 at 0:50 PM, jabsjabs said:

I am Canadian too ;)

 

The truth will come out in the following weeks. I guarantee it. 

 

The only reason I point to suicide as being completely understandable is because if the usa gets an international warrant for someone (whether citizen or not) spends the time money and resources to find him, it's something more then a year or 2 year jail term. 

 

Anyone who honestly thinks they can do 5 or 10 years in jail no problem, then come out with nothing, obviously has no realistic grasp  what prison is like. At all

not so sure about the truth coming out; nothing further came out re Tony Kenway back in Jan/Feb...

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On 7/14/2017 at 0:50 PM, jabsjabs said:

I am Canadian too ;)

 

The truth will come out in the following weeks. I guarantee it. 

 

The only reason I point to suicide as being completely understandable is because if the usa gets an international warrant for someone (whether citizen or not) spends the time money and resources to find him, it's something more then a year or 2 year jail term. 

 

Anyone who honestly thinks they can do 5 or 10 years in jail no problem, then come out with nothing, obviously has no realistic grasp  what prison is like. At all

This guy was looking at life in prison. He would have been tried as a kingpin in an international organisation.

 

He may not have touched any drugs inside Thailand, he was managing the largest illegal market in the world. Presumably he was also making a commission in Bitcoin off every sale, just like the one that came before it, that was called 'Silk Road'

 

This is going to turn out to be one of the largest <deleted> ups in global Law Enforcement in recent years. Heads will roll.

 

Edit : Something which seems to have been missed. The old criminal act which he was 'on the run' for has ZERO to do with why they come after him, that was just the excuse to get hold of him.

 

He lived in Thailand and then if what they're saying is true he proceeded to start up the worlds largest online illegal drug market after the old one was busted a few years back.

 

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13 hours ago, balo said:

He is not 26 years old.  

 

According to his Linkedin page he is 33 .  So he came to Thailand when he was 25 . 

https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexandre-cazes-395a61b2/

 

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6 hours ago, Spaniel said:

See post #47.

See the OP

 

Cazes, 26, was found hanged by a towel in the toilet of his jail cell, a few hours before his deportation hearing on Wednesday morning. Police examination of his cell and all evidence found “no clues that suggest he didn’t hang himself,” said Commander of Narcotics Suppression Bureau Pol. Maj. Gen. Sunthon Chalermkiat.

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13 hours ago, tomwct said:

He was 18 when he went on the run? I don't think so! Some facts here don't add up! Where's the wife?

rumour has  it that it was she that put the police onto him

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LOL.

 

Another rumour has it that he's a snitch and the FBI put him into Witness Protection.

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20 hours ago, jenifer d said:

not so sure about the truth coming out; nothing further came out re Tony Kenway back in Jan/Feb...

I was not changing the subject and talking about that at all. Not sure when you got thay from. 

Truth coming out i ment as I'm why he was wanted, his role and what he was doing. 

And that has come out :smile:

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I must say what a huge embassarressment this is to Thailand authorities. 

Imagine all the time, effort and years the Usa and fbi put in to finding this guy. They must been so excited to get him and add him to their resume of cyber criminals with life sentences to deter other from doing the same. 

I can only imagine how pissed off They are about the amateur moves here that allowed his suicide in their cells. 

Did u see his cell how much stuff was in it? In the real world, if you get arrested you dont get any items that you can use to harm yourself or any one else. Nothing. Shoelaces taken, shirts etc. 

 

Complete embarrassment for the Thai authorities in the eyes of the world. 

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AlphaBay and Hansa dark web markets shut down

Two of the largest dark web marketplaces have been shut down following an international law enforcement investigation.

The AlphaBay and Hansa sites had been associated with the trade in illicit items such as drugs, weapons, malware and stolen data.

 

....An alleged administrator of AlphaBay, 26-year-old Canadian Alexandre Cazes, was arrested in Thailand on 5 July following a joint operation between US, Canadian and Thai authorities.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40670010

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