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Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra has fled Thailand for Singapore - report

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Former Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra has fled Thailand for Singapore - report

 

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FILE PHOTO: Ousted former Thai prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra greets supporters as she leaves the Supreme Court in Bangkok, Thailand, August 1, 2017. REUTERS/Aukkarapon Niyomyat

 

Former PM Yingluck Shinawatra has already fled Thailand and is in Singapore, Khaosod English reports.

 

Citing a “very confidential report” Khaosod said that Ms Yingluck has is currently in Singapore.

 

The claim was made on a Facebook Live broadcast from outside the outside the Supreme Court, where many of Yingluck’s supporters have gathered.

 

Earlier, a warrant was issued for the arrest of Ms Yingluck after she failed to arrive at court for the verdict in her trial over a rice subsidy scheme.

 

Lawyers for Ms Yingluck said she was unable to attend due to ill health.

 

Meanwhile, Immigration Pol. Lt. Gen. Nathathorn Prousoontorn has told reporters there is no evidence that Ms Yingluck has left Thailand.

 
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She may currently be in Singapore, but I'd bet she's heading for Dubai.

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Amazing how quickly they issued an arrest warrant for her and yet look how long it took for the 'red bull' heir??  

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Supposedly an earache 

 

I get the same thing,  I often hear get the hell out of this country.

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I saw her going  through the departure gates of Red Bull Airlines. :w00t:

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They were following her every step, she was on watch but managet to take a flight? Yeh right

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If true,this is the best result that the Government could ever hope for,

they will be very pleased,solves all their problems surrounding her.  

and they never wanted to jail her as she would become a martyr. 

 

regards worgeordie

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A "coup assisted" flight?  

No way in the world could the most watched woman in Thailand, simply go to the airport, get on a plane, and leave the country, unless, of course, she was "allowed" to, or "assisted" by the very folks who supposedly want her head.  

Her fleeing the country is the best scenario the illegal Junta could hope for.  Gives them the chance to say: "See, she's guilty! She fled!", when everyone knows the verdict of this trial was predetermined before the original charges were even pressed.  

Now she can join her brother in Dubai, and then wage an online, Facebook & Line war against the junta, while building up her own support and sympathy.  

 

 

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25 minutes ago, pattayadgw said:

Amazing how quickly they issued an arrest warrant for her and yet look how long it took for the 'red bull' heir??  

 

Equally amazing is that Yingluck had been charged, been to court and was awaiting a verdict and yet the Red Bull heir has not been to court yet.

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