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  French 'Agent' to police in Pattaya linked to alleged threats against YouTuber
Posté par : Axl - 23/04/2018, 17:02 - Forum : News - Réponses (8)

Mystery surrounds the role of Thierry Perenon, a French national, who claims to be working for the Royal Thai Police.



Despite DSI assertions that he had "misrepresented himself" he still might be active with new threats coming from an email account that bears his name.



He was pictured at the arrest of the Russian sex instructors in Pattaya and thereafter is said to have threatened the editor of Khaosod English when he demanded that the news media remove a story.



Barely veiled threats about "taking care of your family" were made.



Now his name has resurfaced on correspondence in which a Youtuber who posted a damning video about a taxi driver received an email that looked like an extortion attempt.



In March the Department of Special Investigation based in Bangkok said they were investigating Perenon with DSI chief Korrawat Panprapakorn saying that the Frenchman had misrepresented himself.



According to the chief Perenon was not a sworn officer. He was part of a volunteer group that sends in tips about the activities of foreign gangs.



Chief Korrawat called it a "foreigner network organization" in Pattaya.



Perenon was said to have no legal authority.



At the time Perenon's Facebook page contained a picture of him apparently in the uniform of a Thai police officer.



His Facebook page is now bereft of details though it still contains pictures of his friends - the great majority of them appear to be police officers or women.



Unusually for a foreigner there are virtually no non-Thais on his Facebook page.



He is listed as having lived in Marseille and Pattaya and is said to be now working for the RTP and DSI News and living in Pattaya.



In the latest case, YouTuber Daniel Lee McKee, from Middlesbrough, England - known on his channel as Danny Mac - went to file a complaint with police that someone had tried to extort 200,000 baht from him in an email.



That email bore the name of Thierry Perenon.



The email, reported earlier today on Thaivisa, threatened Mr McKee and gave several options for sending money with a Thai person named on a bank account.

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he email claimed to be acting in the interests of the taxi driver who took Mr McKee from Suvarnabhumi airport to his condo on March 27th. In the video driver Thongkham had called the YouTuber mean after expecting a tip.



He was later in tears when interviewed by Thai media over the matter.



Mr McKee said that matter was now over.



It is not known at this time if someone might have been impersonating Perenon or if it came from him.



In March the DSI confirmed on their website that they were investigating Perenon but there appears to have been no confirmation of the results of that investigation or any action taken against him.



The public were at the time asked to contact the DSI on 1202 (free call nationwide) if they had information about any illegal activities involving the Frenchman.

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  FDP de francais a patong
Posté par : Sangsom - 08/03/2018, 02:15 - Forum : News - Réponses (16)

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French people arrested over alleged kidnap

Chalong Police and Kamala Police have arrested seven French people over the alleged kidnapping and physical abuse of a 21-year-old female compatriot.
Those arrested were Idriss Sulliman, 25, Yann Kimulina, 25, Brahim Saifdine, 21, Mouhcin Wizkrane, 23, Yacine Maatoug, 32, Lydia Kouang Nlend, 21, and Sahra Zerari, 19.
On March 4 at 5am, the seven people allegedly forced the victim to leave an entertainment venue in Soi Bangla, Patong, and took her by motorcycle to Soi Yod Sanae in Chalong.
They physically attacked her and accused her of stealing 5,000 euros (Bt195,000) from them. The group then allegedly sent a video of her being kidnapped to her family in France, asking them to pay 5,000 euros or she would be killed. The family was very frightened and transferred the money to the kidnappers, police said. She was freed at noon of the same day. Her family contacted the French Embassy in Thailand and embassy representatives invited her to discuss the case and press charges at the Chalong Police Station. “After receiving the report, Chalong Police, Kamala Police, Tourist Police and Forensic Police went to collect evidence at the scene. We searched the accommodations around and found them at a place in Kamala,” said Chalong Police Station Superintendent, Pol Colonel Prachum Ruangrong.

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  Réglement de comptes sur Chaweng beach
Posté par : Rebell - 03/03/2018, 08:16 - Forum : News - Réponses (2)

Vous êtes en train de vous prélasser tranquillement sur une plage à Ko Samui...Attaque terroriste ? Non, une dispute entre loueurs de jet-skis... Hein ?
https://zonesamui.com/2018/02/reglement-...e-chaweng/

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  Russes arretés en Thailande !
Posté par : Pontiac - 27/02/2018, 15:10 - Forum : News - Pas de réponse

La police thaïlandaise a arrêté dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi un groupe de 10 Russes qui organisaient des cours de "formation sexuelle" pour leurs compatriotes dans la station balnéaire de Pattaya.

"En tout, 43 personnes participaient à ce séminaire. Mais seules 10 personnes - trois femmes, sept hommes - qui étaient les instructeurs ont été arrêtés pour avoir travaillé sans permis de travail", a expliqué à l'AFP Piyapong Ensarn de la police de Pattaya. "La direction de l'hôtel affirme que tout avait été réservé pour un séminaire mais qu'aucun détail sur le type de séminaires n'avait été donné", a-t-il ajouté, précisant que certains participants ont reconnu avoir payé 20.000 bahts (520 euros).

Sur des photos fournies par la police, on voit plusieurs personnes arborant un t-shirt avec l'inscription "Sex animator".

Le tourisme sexuel reste un problème en Thaïlande
Pattaya, à deux heures de route au sud de Bangkok, fréquentée par de nombreux touristes russes, est connue pour être un haut lieu de la prostitution et du crime en Thaïlande. La ville est devenue un haut lieu de la prostitution il y a un demi-siècle quand les militaires américains ont commencé à y affluer pour tenter d'oublier les horreurs de la Guerre du Vietnam.

Un rapport de l'Onusida évaluait en 2014 à 140.000 le nombre des prostituées dans le pays. La seule Pattaya en compterait plusieurs dizaines de milliers, même si l'activité est illégale. Pourtant le pays continue à s'offusquer d'être vu comme un lieu de tourisme sexuel.

Le ministère des Affaires étrangères a transmis lundi une lettre de protestation officielle au gouvernement gambien après qu'un de ses ministres a suggéré aux touristes en quête de sexe de se rendre en Thaïlande plutôt que dans son pays. Des propos qui sont rapidement devenus viraux sur les réseaux sociaux thaïlandais.
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