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Have a go against police online and face jail, says lawyer

 

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A leading online lawyer has warned against people venting their frustrations against the Thai police on Facebook.

 

Ratchaphon Sirisakhorn was writing on his page "Sai Trong Kotmai" (Law direct).

 

He said that Article 136 meant that letting off steam by posting inflammatory articles about the Thai cops could land the poster in jail for a year or make them subject to a 20,000 baht fine.

 

Or both.

 

Daily News said it was understandable that people might be frustrated after being arrested or ticketed by the cops but they should be careful what they say.

 

Ratchaphon has been in the news a lot recently after commenting on legal action that could be taken in a variety of situations including defaming Thai women for having small breasts.

 

His face and online assistance has become so familiar that he has been affectionately dubbed the "Baldy Brief".

 

Source: Daily News

 

 
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going on all the articles he is writing it would appear that telling the truth in Thailand will either land you in jail or means you will cop a massive fine, somehow I doubt he is a very good lawyer or that truth in Thailand is illegal according to him

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A couple more of these "If you say this then jail" articles and I think we can finally write a post containing all 32904732042 things we shouldnt say and then sit back and watch the amount of paperwork needed to file for the offense, meanwhile laughing at these jokesters.

 

So, what do we have....or at least recently...I'll start!

 

This utterly useless (traffic) police is too incompetent to regulate traffic and their female staff has small breasts. Not that I recall having seen female police so far to begin with.

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41 minutes ago, colinneil said:

Business must be really bad, he is trying everything to drum up trade.:cheesy:

 

We are seeing a lot of 'online' lawyers appearing recently.

Is online lawyering the digital version of ambulance chasing?

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This place is just bursting with funny nonsense.

Thank you for the latest instalment of Tom foolery.

 

What's next weeks one.

Jail for people talking about honest or not so honest monks on Fake Book. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :coffee1:

 

Week after that

Jail for student, who accused the Somtam seller of making somtam to smelly, on Fake book.  :thumbsup:

 

Week after That.

Motor cycle taxi rider sues Lao Khao  seller for making him pissed

up,  as that caused him to  have an accident whilst using Fake book

when turning a conner on his bike.

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

he has been affectionately dubbed the "Baldy Brief".

Thought “baldy brief” was usually called “a Brazilian”....

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4 hours ago, stanleycoin said:

This place is just bursting with funny nonsense.

Thank you for the latest instalment of Tom foolery.

 

What's next weeks one.

Jail for people talking about honest or not so honest monks on Fake Book. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :coffee1:

 

Week after that

Jail for student, who accused the Somtam seller of making somtam to smelly, on Fake book.  :thumbsup:

 

Week after That.

Motor cycle taxi rider sues Lao Khao  seller for making him pissed

up,  as that caused him to  have an accident whilst using Fake book

when turning a conner on his bike.

 

"when turning a conner on his bike"

 

Sorry - a bit cynical - but if he's a motorcycle taxi rider, he's a conner already!

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1 minute ago, sambum said:

"when turning a conner on his bike"

 

Sorry - a bit cynical - but if he's a motorcycle taxi rider, he's a conner already!

Thank you for the spelling and grammar check. :coffee1:

 

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I would never dream of defaming a Thai policeman; particularly one who pockets 300,000 baht per year from a beverage company. 

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Unfortunately like this so-called lawyer, the Police are well known for OWN GOALS, by their actions or lack of it. I really do not know how just by telling the truth, you could be fined or imprisoned, unless of course The Thai Justice system always believes the Cops over an honest hardworking person or a retired Foreigner with an unblemished record`.

If so we are all doomed, I tell yer.DOOMED !!!! 

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10 minutes ago, Khun Paul said:

Unfortunately like this so-called lawyer, the Police are well known for OWN GOALS, by their actions or lack of it. I really do not know how just by telling the truth, you could be fined or imprisoned, unless of course The Thai Justice system always believes the Cops over an honest hardworking person or a retired Foreigner with an unblemished record`.

If so we are all doomed, I tell yer.DOOMED !!!! 

No were not doomed  just going to have to finally realize that thailand has now turned into a crappy place to retire.  And either put up with all the rules and backhanding or move on.   

 

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1 hour ago, Khun Paul said:

The Thai Justice system always believes the Cops over an honest hardworking person or a retired Foreigner with an unblemished record`.

I think that statement is very true. 

I also believe that the justice system here in Thailand thinks that the "Cops" never lie and think that everyone else lies all the time. Might be why the prisons are overcrowded. The cops have great power in this country. Too much I'd say.

 

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7 hours ago, gk10002000 said:

And who decides what is inflammatory?  When does a discussion or complaint or dialogue get one in trouble?

Comes under blasphemy laws I think

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2 hours ago, stanleycoin said:

Thank you for the spelling and grammar check. :coffee1:

 

No plomplem - it was meant as a bit of a joke, but there's actually nothing wrong with the grammar!!

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1 hour ago, Khun Paul said:

Unfortunately like this so-called lawyer, the Police are well known for OWN GOALS, by their actions or lack of it. I really do not know how just by telling the truth, you could be fined or imprisoned, unless of course The Thai Justice system always believes the Cops over an honest hardworking person or a retired Foreigner with an unblemished record`.

If so we are all doomed, I tell yer.DOOMED !!!! 

Nah come on, it will be fine. don't think they are to worried about Tv grumpy gits.

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2 hours ago, Cadbury said:

I would never dream of defaming a Thai policeman; particularly one who pockets 300,000 baht per year from a beverage company. 

Which is just a little less than what that officer picks up in "tea money".

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

His face and online assistance has become so familiar that he has been affectionately dubbed the "Baldy Brief".

Not sure it was meant affectionately. 

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23 hours ago, Ceruhe said:

too incompetent to regulate traffic and their female staff has small breasts. 

too incompetent to regulate traffic and their female male staff has small breasts. 

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and now some waterlogged BIBs have upped the ante, and kidnapped 4 Malaysian fishermen on the high seas...

Those fishermen will be jailed for Life, if they utter anything Online against the uniformed pirates who snatched them

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