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From the Death Sentence to the Dismissal of All Charges: Thai Supreme Court Rules on the Cook and Gerard Narcotics Case


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That's good news for him. I said on here all along he was a scapegoat and stitched up by the Police and those expat wannabe police volunteers that were heavily involved with the steroid and drug scene

Some large brown envelopes involved?

These two have a long criminal history in Thailand. "Arrest in 2015 and subsequent trial suggests Cook had links with criminality in Pattaya However, Luke Cook was arrested by Thai police in D

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1 hour ago, ourdon said:

They may not be innocents abroad, but I don't think brown envelopes were involved.

 

............................  Wheelbarrows maybe

 

Ahh, the wheels of justice turn round and round

I think it was very much a case of private diplomatic talks high up the chain with the powers that be in Thailand and nothing to do with brown envelopes.

 

It was clear early on he was just a ' patsy '

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3 hours ago, smedly said:

would make a good movie

Midnight Express came to mind 1978.

 

Will have to think of a title for this one.

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What? No mention of Cook's Thai partner Ms. Kanyarat Wediphitak who was locked up too?

 

If you read the the full story about this debacle you can see how the Thai Prosecutors were just looking for a check in their win column and fabricated their whole case on horse manure!

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1 hour ago, Scouse123 said:

I think it was very much a case of private diplomatic talks high up the chain with the powers that be in Thailand and nothing to do with brown envelopes.

 

It was clear early on he was just a ' patsy '

Not sure which one you're referring to but could have been Vatican diplomats going by those middle names. 

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3 hours ago, nobodysfriend said:

After 4 and 6 yrs in thai prison , they should have learned their lesson .

Death penalty was a little exaggerated anyway ...

I don't believe that Thailand has ever executed a farang.

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