Eight foreigners are facing extradition from Thailand, five of them have already left. The men being sent back to their own countries are –
American Forrest Wayne 41, who was arrested on Sunday 17th of November at the Bel Aire Resort on Sainamyen Road in Patong at the request of the US FBI. He is wanted on a charge of statutory rape. His permit to stay in Thailand has been revoked and he is being held in custody before being handed over to the US Embassy and FBI officers who will escort him back to the USA.
Rawai George C Sirre, 56 from Belgium was arrested on the 18th of November and will be sent home after contravening the terms of his five years suspended sentence after spending 18 months in jail for molesting three girls under the age of 11, by selling sex toys online.
Johan Daniel Wetzelmayr, 32 from Sweden will be sent home after being arrested on November the 5th by Karon police for overstaying his visa and for the discovery of an arrest warrant issued against him in August in Hua Hin on charges that relate to embezzlement relating to a motorbike.
And on Today five accomplices of US drug dealer Joseph Manuel Hunter were extradited back to the USA where they will face punishment for their crimes. Britons Philip David Shackels and Scott Alan Stammer, Slovakian Alexander Lnu, Filipino Allan Kelly Perata and Taiwanese Ye Tiong Tam Lim were taking from Bangkok’s Khlong Prem Prison to Don Mueang International Airport at 10am on Tuesday morning to board a plane bound for the USA.
The five foreigners were arrested along with their alleged leader Joseph Manuel Hunter – a former US Navy Special Forces officer who allegedly ran one of the world’s biggest drug networks – in Phuket’s Krathu district on September 25Stay updated with Samui Times by following us on Facebook.
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