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Police have arrested Pol Col Wanthanaree Kornchayanan, niece of Pol Gen Pracha Promnok, the former national police chief who acted as Yingluck Shinawatra’s deputy prime minister, and wife of alleged Chinese gangster Chaiyanat “Tuhao” Kornchayanant. Officers from the Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) arrived at a luxury condominium in Bangkok on Saturday afternoon to arrest Wanthanaree and six others. As is standard police procedure in Bangkok, Tuhao’s wife Wanthanaree and all the other suspects had been given weeks of advanced notice of their arrests in an attempt to facilitate the maximum destruction of vital evidence and harassment of potential witnesses. Tuhao’s […]

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Errrr.point of order. Women go to women's prisons, men go to men's prisons. No-one will be 'united' due to these arrests. Plus the Thais and the Chinese dont recognize Christmas, not being Christian. Write about something, anything, real for a change.

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52 minutes ago, Poolie said:

Errrr.point of order. Women go to women's prisons, men go to men's prisons. No-one will be 'united' due to these arrests. Plus the Thais and the Chinese dont recognize Christmas, not being Christian. Write about something, anything, real for a change.

Yes this poor Chinese business man is being persecuted and is obviously completely innocent. 

Its just anti Chinese racism rearing its ugly head again.

 

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Look, corruption in Asia is business. The top of the foodchain holds the answer. Didn't a fee years ago, a Deputy Prime Minister was convicted of human trafficking that caused the lives of scores of Rohingya at the Malaysian-Thai border? And you think the West is clean? Hello, it's Hunter Biden's laptop! 

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"As is standard police procedure in Bangkok, Tuhao’s wife Wanthanaree and all the other suspects had been given weeks of advanced notice of their arrests."...speaks volumes as to the justice system of Thailand. Lock up and fine the old lady caught picking mushrooms in the forest but these imps will butter the muffins of power. On a side note this article was better written than most in the past. My hat's off the the author.  

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So they gave the niece of a General lots of adequate time to ditch anything that could keep her there. So it will probably not be a surprise if there is no guilt by association. 

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