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Offline thaiga

Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand
« on: September 07, 2016, 02:54:35 PM »
Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand

A DJ will serve two life sentences in jail for possessing 61 ecstasy pills in the Thai beach city of Pattaya after losing an appeal to have the term reduced.

He will be kept in Bangkok’s notorious Klong Prem jail in Bangkok where up to 30 prisoners share cells in conditions described as harsh.

He appeared shackled in a Bangkok court on Tuesday with a 28-year-old former British soldier, who lost his appeal on a 50-year sentence.

Arrested in Pattaya in August 2014 with 61 ecstasy pills and W with 200. Pattaya, a city three hours drive from Bangkok, has dozens of late night clubs and is known as Thailand’s “sin city”.

Facebook page under the stage name “Badmouth” shows that he was a regular at Sydney clubs in 2013, before he arrived in Thailand.

In 2014 he worked as a DJ at Thailand’s famous “full moon” party on Koh Phangan in the Gulf of Thailand.

The Sapphire club in Pattaya’s Walking Street announced in May 2014 that Badmouth would make his final appearance as guest DJ before he returned to live in Australia. He was arrested in three months later.

full story bangkokjack.com
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Offline dino

Re: Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2016, 07:37:48 PM »
Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand

A DJ will serve two life sentences in jail for possessing 61 ecstasy pills in the Thai beach city of Pattaya after losing an appeal to have the term reduced.


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Offline thaiga

Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.
 

Offline dino

Re: Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2016, 08:21:44 PM »
He was living in the apartment when the flat got busted. Drugs were found. Someone owned them and may be the police had reasonable grounds to believe they belonged to the DJ. A little like driving someone else car. You get stopped, drugs get found in the car. No point in saying 'they're not mine'.
 

Offline dawn

Re: Australian and Brit are jailed for life in Thailand
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2016, 08:36:37 PM »
so although they are not yours, you say they are mine :uhm
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