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TODAY’S LATEST NEWS FROM THAILAND in English (7 June 2023) from Fabulous 103fm Pattaya

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TODAY’S LATEST NEWS FROM THAILAND in English (7 June 2023) from Fabulous 103fm Pattaya


– Thailand cuts power to Myanmar border casinos
As predicted yesterday, Thailand’s Provincial Electricity Authority has cut off power supply previously contracted to two border towns INSIDE Myanmar. Recognized as a den of iniquity for rogue businessmen, many from China, the shut down was at the request of the Burmese authorities and, despite previous threats by some groups, the bridges to and from both sides remained open. Amid claims of BILLIONS of dollars being invested in anything from casinos to hotels, the supply cut is a dual edged sword as Burmese power authorities have taken the same step.

– Thailand’s Cyanide Sarah, more charges than any other in history
Thailand’s Cyanide Sara, real name Sararat, will eventually face 95 criminal charges, according to the deputy national police. 15 charges already are listed, all for the premeditated poisoning of numerous associates. The new charge count would put her into the Lao Khao book of records, if there were such a thing, as the criminal with the highest charge counts in recent Thai history. With her being tin the immediate proximity of each of her victims at the time of their demise, her supply of cyanide established by authorities and her financial or other gain from each case, she isn’t likely to see the light of day, except from through bars, for an exceedingly long time.. if ever.

– Thai police to expand crowd control units
Thai police authorities are reported to be adding to the number of so-called CROWD CONTROL UNITS, in response to expectations of more and longer demonstrations in the future.  Quite what that prediction is based on has NOT been reported but is open to interpretation but  those assigned will be on call for protests around the nation but primarily in the capital.

– ‘Thailand’s new government will expel Cambodians from Thailand’ says Cambodia’s PM 
Cambodia’s PM who goes to the polls soon, in a one horse race against absolutely no one as all opposition parties have been banned, has riled Thais by falsely claiming that Thailand’s move forward party plans to expel all Cambodians from the country. The daftest of speeches was reported across Asia and the reminder given that there is no such plan here AND that Asian guest workers are vital to the Thai economy.


– Loas prisoners 350k car sold by authorities for 20k before charges dropped 

When a 55 yr old Laos man saw drug charges DROPPED against him, after serving 3 years in a Thai jail awaiting trial, he expected to walk back into his old life. But, according to Thai media, walk is the keyword as authorities, who were ordered to return all previously confiscated items, COULDN’T give him his car back, as it was sold off.  THEY offered him 20K baht which he obviously refused.   Authorities claim that it only sold for 20K baht, probably the cheapest car then in the nation as, according to the owner, at the time it was worth 350K.

– Attacker on British man caught thanks to medical records
And the casebooks regarding the killing of a British man at lake Maprachan 17 years ago have finally been closed this week.   Back in the days of little street lighting and narrow highways, 47 year old Stephen Parkinson died after a gang of four locals took him down as he rode his motorbike, robbing him of some 40K baht and then fleeing.  Three of the four were caught and jailed, the fourth managed to abscond.. until now, 17 yrs later, when he was admitted to a government hospital for medical treatment and a government operated database linked him to an outstanding warrant.  He is now recovered enough to be back in Pattaya, and his sentence is already on record, as he was tried in his absence back then.

– Young Bangladeshi man kidnapped in Thailand
A Bangladeshi tailoring shop owner in Pattaya has contacted police here and in Mae Sot after the disappearance of his nephew who flew there for a job interview which, it has now been established, didn’t exist.  Seems the 23 year old graduate, a computer expert, may have been lewed to the region and taken against his will.  There is obviously more to this story and details are currently sparse, but his hotel has confirmed that he was taken away by three men.

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Written by: Megan Midget

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