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Jet-setting former monk now ordered extradited to Thailand

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Jet-setting former monk now ordered extradited to Thailand

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The Office of the Attorney-General is ready to form a team of attorneys to fly to the United States to escort the infamous former monk  Luang Pu Nen Kham back to Thailand to face charges after the US court has ordered him to be extradited upon request by the Thai authorities.

 

Amnart Chotechai, director-general of the International Affairs Department at the Office of the Attorney-General, said today (July 15) that the department has been notified of the US court’s verdict in California to extradite the former monk, now Mr Wirapol Sukphol.

 

He said the department was ready to fly to escort him back.

 

However it has to await if the fugitive monk would exercise his right to appeal the extradition.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/jet-setting-former-monk-now-ordered-extradited-thailand/

 

 
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change your name, grow your hair out, dump the robes, get a drivers license and move to the state of Oregon.

 

They will never find you.

 

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Well well well would you believe it??

Maybe Mr Wirapol has run out of other peoples money.

So the authorities here are finally getting their act together, interesting to see the outcome of this fiasco.

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20 minutes ago, Luckysilk said:

Holy Buddha, what's next the Red Bull murderer ?????

Don't hold your breath

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A team of legal beagles to escorted him back -  how impressive, how about 2 max 3 well trained Rangers -  more than enough to break his legs if he tries to run. 

Just the usual Thai BS and double talk, but then I haven't factored in the junket aspect of the exercise. 

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That's the downturn of getting older when you forget to pay your monthly installments.

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20 minutes ago, Artisi said:

A team of legal beagles to escorted him back -  how impressive, how about 2 max 3 well trained Rangers -  more than enough to break his legs if he tries to run. 

Just the usual Thai BS and double talk, but then I haven't factored in the junket aspect of the exercise. 

Perhaps he might be allowed the use of a towel for cleaning up before the extradition hearing?

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1 hour ago, NCC1701A said:

change your name, grow your hair out, dump the robes, get a drivers license and move to the state of Oregon.

 

They will never find you.

 

He would be good attraction in my hometown of Portland, part of the "Keep Portland Weird" hipster schlock

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2 hours ago, rooster59 said:

However it has to await if the fugitive monk would exercise his right to appeal the extradition

if he has the money, why would he NOT do that ? wouldnt doubt he might do another runner to another country, this time he would research which ones do not have extradition treaties with thailand

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1 hour ago, 4MyEgo said:

Don't hold your breath

And that applies to both of these individuals.  As my old Scottish grandmother Mcleay used to say, "Many's the slip betwixt cup and lip!"  Could be just a PR exercise to keep us all amused and quiet.

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18 minutes ago, hashmodha said:

These guys come out with some trash..What about the sweet talking monk from DMC??

Sent from my HUAWEI LUA-L21 using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
 

Shhhhh! nearly forgotten about him already... 

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