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If you come to Thailand to get drunk and rowdy in public, (and many people do), ingest drugs, cavort with teen hookers, insult the Royal Family (a super huge no-no!), disrespect Buddhism (like peeing on the outside wall of a wat in a drunken stupor), then I’m sure you’ll feel Thai cops are out to get you. 1,077 more words

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Anonymous hacks Thai police websites over backpacker murder verdicts

Dado Ruvic / Reuters

Cyber hacktivist group Anonymous has hacked at least 14 Thai police websites in protest against the “scapegoating” of two Burmese men convicted of murdering two British backpackers, it has emerged. 665 more words

Thailand's top policeman seeks political asylum in Australia, fears for his life -- human trafficking, mass graves, unspeakable violations of human rights

By Mark Davis

A senior Thai policeman who headed an investigation into human trafficking for the country’s military government has fled Thailand in fear of his life and is now requesting political asylum in Australia. 924 more words

Vietnamese fishermen arrested for poaching in Philippine waters -- released for humanitarian reasons -- Thailand detains two Vietnamese fishing boats and crews

Laoag City, Ilocos Norte — Government authorities released over the weekend the seven Vietnamese fishermen arrested for poaching in waters off Currimao town, this province, last week. 200 more words

Police use X-Ray to retrieve £180,000 diamond that Chinese thief had hidden up her bottom

A Chinese woman was forced to undergo a colonoscopy after she stole a £180,000 diamond and swallowed it. 327 more words

What's FUZZing???

Thailand Seeks Arrest of Uighur-Chinese Man in Erawan Shrine Bombing August 17

The Associated Press

Thai authorities on Saturday issued an arrest warrant for a 12th suspect in connection with last month’s bombing at a Bangkok landmark that killed 20 people, identifying him as a 27-year-old ethnic Uighur from China. 374 more words

Bangkok bombing- 2 Indians questioned

Two men with Indian passports have been taking in for questioning in connection with the Bangkok bombing case. The Thai police raided the residence of various suspects which led to the detention of the two men.  45 more words

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