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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    So you're going by looks then? lmao

    Can't always judge a book by its cover
    Farangs never do anything wrong now do they... It's always some devious Thai corruption working in the backround framing these poor innocent farangs.

    I'm embarrassed to be a guest in these countries sometimes. Because of the bullshit excuses and blame shifting that farangs always engage in , when something like this happens

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    Stickboy got back to me


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    Always find it funny when a dirty diggler like "sticktosser" tries to suggest he has an inside line with the cops


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    Stickboy deleted the post because of the person who had a period over it. I totally understand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudolus View Post
    Always find it funny when a dirty diggler like "sticktosser" tries to suggest he has an inside line with the cops

    There was pics with the boxes and her singning some paper. It's also what the police said. He was just reporting another little crime story on his dopey site. I don't think made anything up

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    She is also a teacher ffs. Most teachers have to do a police check before they get a job at an international school.
    The teacher defence...I've not seen that one used before. I suspect most people would argue teachers, particularly in Thailand are not so much bastions of morality but more swamps of vice. And a police check? everyone gets a police check, but that doesnt mean you are innocent of all crimes it just means you have not been caught, tried and found guilty of some major crimes in a particular country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Most good international schools will do a police check, but from what I've heard, Thailand doesn't always require one.
    Aside from the annoying fact that you are trying a Trumpesque statement of trying to cover all bases, what good international schools do you know on Koh Samui?

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    This woman can look forward to featuring in the show Locked Up Abroad. There is so many young people that get into this.

    Here's another one who did it in Thailand


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    remember SANDRA GREGORY teacher. robert lock her so called freind found innocent.
    Last edited by headhunter; 25-10-2020 at 07:32 AM.

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    Just my 2 cents.

    She was a teacher on the island at 19 years old. Doubt very much she would have graduated university at this age, meaning no degree, no work permit and teaching illegally.

    The package received was a small Duplo fire engine which retails for less than 18 quid in the UK. Who pays for an International Royal Mail track and trace on a 700 baht toy?

    I'm guessing it went like this...

    Package sent from UK. The address was in the old owners name on a printed label as not to leave any handwriting as evidence.

    Postal service/authorities flagged it as MDMA before hitting destination and allowed it go and see who collects it.

    The girl knows the old owner left Thailand months back, signs for it (maybe knowing the contents?) and puts it to one side as to wait a day or 2 to see if the coast was clear. As she knows the old owner is back in the UK and unable to enter the country due to covid, why did she not refuse the parcel and return to sender, or at least contact the old owner and tell him he had a parcel delivered.

    Police bust her. She pleads ignorance and hopes to walk away.

    If TDCSI can solve this crime, then there is a glimmer of hope that the boys in brown can too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    She was a teacher on the island at 19 years old. Doubt very much she would have graduated university at this age, meaning no degree, no work permit and teaching illegally
    That is correct, she got her WP a week before the bust (and the lack of a WP is the reason why she couldn't open a bank account previously) so she has worked illegally in Thailand. That is probably the only offense they can nail her for, she will be deported for that.
    It's a pity, she's a darling..

    The restaurant owner may also be in trouble for having her employed without a WP..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    Just my 2 cents.

    She was a teacher on the island at 19 years old. Doubt very much she would have graduated university at this age, meaning no degree, no work permit and teaching illegally.

    The package received was a small Duplo fire engine which retails for less than 18 quid in the UK. Who pays for an International Royal Mail track and trace on a 700 baht toy?

    I'm guessing it went like this...

    Package sent from UK. The address was in the old owners name on a printed label as not to leave any handwriting as evidence.

    Postal service/authorities flagged it as MDMA before hitting destination and allowed it go and see who collects it.

    The girl knows the old owner left Thailand months back, signs for it (maybe knowing the contents?) and puts it to one side as to wait a day or 2 to see if the coast was clear. As she knows the old owner is back in the UK and unable to enter the country due to covid, why did she not refuse the parcel and return to sender, or at least contact the old owner and tell him he had a parcel delivered.

    Police bust her. She pleads ignorance and hopes to walk away.

    If TDCSI can solve this crime, then there is a glimmer of hope that the boys in brown can too.
    Did you just add the Duplo fire engine part for an example/joke ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Bit dumb to sign for a package addressed to someone else.

    More to the point, don't they ask for ID?
    My 3 children are allowed to sign for deliveries and are not asked for I.D by the courier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    remember SANDRA GREGORY teacher. robert lock her so called freind found innocent.

    Another teacher...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarilynMonroe View Post
    Still waiting for hard evidence she is guilty
    Still waiting for hard evidence she's innocent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    My 3 children are allowed to sign for deliveries and are not asked for I.D by the courier.

    The signature doesn't have to match the name on the package. The signature is only there so the delivery guy can prove he went to the address. This is why people use a fake name. Then at least your name isn't there with customs and they can just bust you. They have to do a controlled delivery and bust who signs for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pragmatic View Post
    Still waiting for hard evidence she's innocent.
    Innocent until found guilty also applies to her, the only thing she's been proven guilty of is signing for someone elses package.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    The signature doesn't have to match the name on the package. The signature is only there so the delivery guy can prove he went to the address.
    What the fcuk do you know about Thailand in general and parcel delivery here in particular? Nothing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    The signature doesn't have to match the name on the package. The signature is only there so the delivery guy can prove he went to the address. This is why people use a fake name. Then at least your name isn't there with customs and they can just bust you. They have to do a controlled delivery and bust who signs for it.
    if signature's are anything to go by,most parcels on our mooban are left with security with no one signing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    she has worked illegally in Thailand. That is probably the only offense they can nail her for, she will be deported for that.
    I

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    What about the package of drugs that she was caught singing for ?

    It's a pity, she's a darling..
    If the cucks and dupes howl in the media enough, maybe she will get off.

    Here's another female/Thailand smuggler story

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    Here's another tart banged up for drugs in Thailand. The usual "it wasn't mine !", and the sketchy boyfriend. Koh Samui specifically


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    Quote Originally Posted by Backspin View Post
    Here's another tart banged up for drugs in Thailand. The usual "it wasn't mine !", and the sketchy boyfriend. Koh Samui specifically
    Will you just fuck off this thread. You are only losing points not making any.
    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    What the fcuk do you know about Thailand in general and parcel delivery here in particular? Nothing..
    Lom already stated the obvious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headhunter View Post
    if signature's are anything to go by,most parcels on our mooban are left with security with no one signing.
    I live a click away from the restaurant, we are on the same post office and probably have the same delivery guy.
    When I get a parcel the postman stops outside the gate, beeps his mocy horn, and I get out on the balcony on 2nd floor to greet him.
    He greets back when he sees me, says "I sign for you" and put the parcel on top of the fence. If we are not home he still leaves the parcel on the fence..

    I find it a bit remarkable that the postman insisted to have the drug parcel signed for and that tells us a lot. The parcel was traced by the police and they had told the postman not to deliver it without it being signed for. They did trap a girl that probably is not involved in drug dealing.
    Her lawyer should have a field day in court when bringing up that she was pushed to sign for the parcel.

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    Amazing how things work out for some while others struggle with a plethora of documents and other evidence in order to establish a legal basis to remain in Thailand negotiating any number of hoops and hurdles as they prove qualification under the rules.

    At the ripe old age of 19 years she obtains a teaching post in an international school, clearly without any qualifying experience or tertiary educational qualifications given her youth, and then in the course of her two years residence on the island she also gains employment as a waitress/manager in hole-in-the-wall breakfast joint, as you do of course when one is a teacher in an international school.

    Quite why anyone with any intelligence should sign for a delivery not addressed to them or indeed expected by them simply because she worked in the establishment that was owned previously by the addressee is puzzling. Claiming that she may have been distracted by the pressure of her duties is of course quite absurd given the modest nature of the business operating off the beaten track amid a pandemic that has seen tourists excluded for some 6 months.

    She is a very attractive young woman and I fear she has become embroiled in a stupid enterprise through her social network and has agreed to accept the drugs or was duped into doing so having been manipulated into doing so by someone, or others, known to her.

    Playing the innocent role as she is doing may seem credible to her and the gang but the practice of sending through the mail to a disguised addressee is scarcely a new ploy to the authorities the world over.

    Frankly, confession or incriminating the person responsible ....." I was told by X to expect a package addressed to etc. etc. and to sign for it if asked. He said it was just some documents etc" is the only way to go.

    Silly girl, and a bit of a peach. Life is a gas and living the dream on paradise island amid carefree hedonism and feckless abandon and then you fuck up.

    The thing is, if she grasses on her friends they'll probably reciprocate and make sure she is dobbed in too.

    The boyfriend would seem to be the likely candidate who got the stupid girl into this.

    I'm certainly not buying this " butter wouldn't melt in the mouth " routine currently being pulled by her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    I live a click away from the restaurant, we are on the same post office and probably have the same delivery guy.
    When I get a parcel the postman stops outside the gate, beeps his mocy horn, and I get out on the balcony on 2nd floor to greet him.
    He greets back when he sees me, says "I sign for you" and put the parcel on top of the fence. If we are not home he still leaves the parcel on the fence..

    I find it a bit remarkable that the postman insisted to have the drug parcel signed for and that tells us a lot. The parcel was traced by the police and they had told the postman not to deliver it without it being signed for. They did trap a girl that probably is not involved in drug dealing.
    Her lawyer should have a field day in court when bringing up that she was pushed to sign for the parcel.
    May well have been a cop/customs guy who made that particular delivery.

    The girl is bang to rights.

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