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‘If you see Vorayuth, arrest him immediately’: Immigration chief

By The Nation

 

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Immigration chief Pol Lt-General Sompong Chingduang

 

Immigration chief Pol Lt-General Sompong Chingduang today ordered border checkpoint officers to arrest Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya on sight if he tries to return to Thailand.

 

The order comes after the court accepted three fresh charges against the Red Bull scion over a 2012 hit-and-run killing: reckless driving causing death, failing to help a victim after a crash, and drug use.

 

Sompong added that Immigration police have been monitoring developments closely since news in July that the original case against Vorayuth had been dropped.

 

“I would like to ensure everyone that his warrant has gone into the system,” said Sompong.

 

“Every immigration checkpoint countrywide got my order. If you see Vorayuth, you arrest him immediately.”

 

Immigration police are under pressure from national police chief Chakthip Chaijinda to close the case.

 

Vorayuth fled abroad in 2017 and has since been pictured living a luxury, jet-setting lifestyle.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30393975

 

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1 minute ago, snoop1130 said:

 

Immigration police are under pressure from national police chief Chakthip Chaijinda to close the case.

 

Don't worry boys, Chakthip retires on 30 September, only 27 days more to keep up appearances.

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5 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

Immigration chief Pol Lt-General Sompong Chingduang today ordered border checkpoint officers to arrest Vorayuth “Boss” Yoovidhya on sight if he tries to return to Thailand.

what clowns these guys are; even in the land of show, surely you dont think this guy passes thru immigration in private planes ?!

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He is making himself look foolish with such a statement. With all his money and contacts I'm sure that the little red bull **** is free to come and go as he likes to Thailand... Little Red Bull is probably having a good laugh on a daily basis at this daily dog and pony saga...

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11 hours ago, worgeordie said:

That should have been said a long time ago, the horse has bolted. headed West

regards worgeordie

 

That's ok, they are in the process of bolting the gate!

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12 hours ago, YetAnother said:

what clowns these guys are; even in the land of show, surely you dont think this guy passes thru immigration in private planes ?!

Do you believe people on private planes don't get processed by Immigration?

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By granting an ' amnesty ' to Vorayuth , Thailand's reputation in the world would have been damaged as it would have been regarded as a country where the rich influential people can buy their way out of the legal system . That is the only reason just because this case made international headlines . No international headlines , all goes on same normal ...

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If Thailand really wanted Vorayuth arrested they’d issue an Interpol Red Notice.

 

No red notice can be found even though it was announced in the Nation that Interpol has published one. 

https://www.interpol.int/en/How-we-work/Notices/View-Red-Notices

https://www.nationthailand.com/national/30326518

 

 

This announcement covers the following.... Media lip service for Immigration Police to announce ‘we are doing our jobs’.....  and ultimately ’now’s not the time to come home Vorayuth, the situation is still sensitive’....

 

Is aiding an abetting.... This facade will go on. Its time the statute of limitations is removed from this case. 

 

The statute of limitations is a ridiculous law anyway, its completely moronic to suggest someone can no longer be charged with a crime (involving a death nonetheless) because ‘time has passed’.

 

 

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14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Vorayuth fled abroad in 2017 and has since been pictured living a luxury, jet-setting lifestyle.

Yeah, that's right! Immediately arrest that bloke... who has been living ABROAD since 2017 (because YOU allowed him to leave unhindered in the first place, I might add).

 

What on earth makes the good immigration chief assume that Vorayuth would even contemplate to be returning anytime soon now that several charges against him have been re-instated? What a charade! 

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The Thai police and Thai justice system has facilitated Vorayuth living in Thailand for five years after he killed the police officer. Then they facilitated for him to flee abroad.

And this is just one of the many dubious cases where police and prosecution colluded because of a bribe or a connection.

 

14 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

‘If you see Vorayuth, arrest him immediately’

What makes the police think that they have miraculously received the public's trust without ever addressing their systemic decades long corruption?

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14 hours ago, trainman34014 said:

Of course; if they happen to be looking the other way then they won't see him anyway !

Right.  Key words here: 'if you see'.   "Gosh, I must have been tying my shoe when he walked by."

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2 hours ago, Old Croc said:

Do you believe people on private planes don't get processed by Immigration?

 

So many places an aircraft can land here. So many aircraft can fly under radar, or perhaps Brown envelope appears in the air traffic controllers mailbox... Maybe land somewhere else and get driven to a border. Not a real border crossing with immigration officers, or perhaps yes, with sufficient inducement to ignore the order...

 

but why would be come back here with all this furore. He  was seen in London. He'll stay there, or go to Dubai, like other rich people who run from Thailand.

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15 hours ago, YetAnother said:

what clowns these guys are; even in the land of show, surely you dont think this guy passes thru immigration in private planes ?!

You don't understand Thailand. The order has been given so their job is done. Whether it can or will ever happen is entirely irrelevant. They've done the right thing in issuing the order. That's the way it always works in Thailand. Order given, and no-one actually has to do anything at all.

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37 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

Yeah, that's right! Immediately arrest that bloke... who has been living ABROAD since 2017 (because YOU allowed him to leave unhindered in the first place, I might add).

 

What on earth makes the good immigration chief assume that Vorayuth would even contemplate to be returning anytime soon now that several charges against him have been re-instated? What a charade! 

See my post #25 above. No-one actually expects anything.

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I've said before go and arrest his mother and when she's banged up in Tong Lor nick lets see if the little towrag would leave his mother there or surrender to save his mother and start arresting all the others involved in his escape, dont <deleted> about

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Its like playing hide and seek with a toddler pretending you can not find them!!.

Show real conviction issue a red notice on interpol f1 season just began you will soon get you're ( not a man) target

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