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Offline thaiga

Thailands most wanted are they all billionaire's
« on: January 09, 2018, 05:18:43 PM »
are they really thailands most wanted,nah. I don't think they are, me or you or ordinary folk would get detained when leaving the country, but if you are a
billionaire arriving on your own private plane with all the vip jargon the rule's don't seem to apply. Whether you are on the wanted list or not they seem to do and go where they please. Get visa 's, passports and all the help they want. WHY. who said MONEY  ;) Did they find the monk at Pathum thani, no he slipped through the net, So what happened to RED BULL. ur don't know, maybe he'll be forgotten when it all quietens down.

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Re: Thailands most wanted are they all billionaire's
« Reply #1 on: January 09, 2018, 06:56:43 PM »
It is a shame for religion to get mixed up in crime,they were always the richest,but isn't it the peoples fault,after all it is your donations.my heart goes out for the little old ladies who give their 20 bht. all they can afford, then you hear all the bad stories.red bull guy is disgusting,a cop killer being shielded by pieces of paper needed to bring him to justice. a useless wimp, a coward that cannot face up to his own actions, free to roam with the help of money.

a different story as for the yingluks,better for Thailand that there not here as a conflict could erupt. i'm sure the people in charge think the same.out of sight out of mind. speech over :wai
ignorance does not help your post one bit but it probably says an awful lot about you.
 

 



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