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It could be Australia ... they do get the two countries mixed up ..... regards worgeordie

Given the entire reputation of the country is on the line, budget should be the least of the issues, if of course they were in any way serious about bringing him back. Oh! Silly me.

Budget constraints prevented Police from going to Austria and arresting Little Penis BOSS.  Gov't spent billions and billions for useless army toys, but now no money available for this. What a joke! W

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You'd wonder, you're well connected man and you own billions and yet you can't sleep in the same bed 2 night in the row, so what's the use of having all the above while living on a run like a common criminal?... 

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3 minutes ago, Pedrogaz said:

I suppose the police will have to avoid all contacts with Austria in case the Austrians let slip where he is hiding. 

Salzburg would be a place to start.

Pay me a handsome finder loan and I will do the job.

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6 minutes ago, RafPinto said:

Salzburg would be a place to start.

Pay me a handsome finder loan and I will do the job.

Taking him out wouldn't be a problem.

Getting him out is less easy.

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enormous wealth...

 

People have different names, different Passports, some have face surgery,  unless fingerprints of every male around the same age were taken, he maybe in the same room as them

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Definitely NOT Australia. Australia's border security is amongst the best in the world. All his and family money would not get him into the country if he is on an INTERPOL red list. First flight back to Thailand.

After that anything could happen.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

budget restraints had meant that Thai police had been unable to send a team to track the suspect down in Austria.

So the RTP think they they have some jurisdiction in Austria?   What would they do if they found him, he's not wanted for anything in Austria.

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59 minutes ago, ezzra said:

You'd wonder, you're well connected man and you own billions and yet you can't sleep in the same bed 2 night in the row, so what's the use of having all the above while living on a run like a common criminal?... 

But is he.....😋...........😊

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2 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Given the entire reputation of the country is on the line, budget should be the least of the issues, if of course they were in any way serious about bringing him back.

Oh! Silly me.

What should be of more concern to the RTP is their lack of jurisdiction anywhere except Thailand!

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1 hour ago, Jerno said:

Budget constraints prevented Police from going to Austria and arresting Little Penis BOSS.  Gov't spent billions and billions for useless army toys, but now no money available for this. What a joke! What a farse!

RTP cannot arrest anyone in Austria!

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1 hour ago, RafPinto said:

Send some highflying billionaire government officials over.

 

A quick trip over to Liechtenstein and Switzerland to update their bankbooks, once they are over in Austria.

Yes, so once they are there what do you propose that they do?  They have no jurisdiction there!

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1 hour ago, ezzra said:

You'd wonder, you're well connected man and you own billions and yet you can't sleep in the same bed 2 night in the row, so what's the use of having all the above while living on a run like a common criminal?... 

He'll have no sleeping soundly issues in Austria, or anywhere else, he's not wanted anywhere except Thailand!

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