Investigative Journalist Andrew Drummond now faces time in a Thai jial for repeated offenses against the public by knowingly publishing false articles and fake photos about people onto the internet. Drummond was convicted in February and sentenced to four months in prison, suspended for one year with probation for posting a knowingly false criminal accusation against two foreign businessmen working in Thailand. Now four more vitims have filed police reports and the cases are going to court. What is the backgrounfd of Andrew Drummond?
Pattaya Provincial Court Reports, Thailand Police 16.07.2014
Court Record Thonglor Clinic Dr. Michelle "Mike" Goulet 26.08.2013
Criminally convicted in Thailand in February, Andrew Michael Drummond, 63, from Scotland has been living in Bangkok Thailand surviving as a blogger and less as a freelance "Investigative Journalist" from his rented apartment. Now he faces at least six angry people who say he has defamed and damaged them while committing acts against the Computer Crimes laws of Thailand. Drummond is a former Fleet Street tabloid reporter who worked for 8 years at News of the World until he was fired in 1984. News of the World has since closed and ceased publication due to numerous criminal charges which led to convictions of News of the World reporters for phone hacking and computer crimes. Now Drummond is facing multiple criminal cases of his own for computer crimes and defamation after already receiving one such conviction in Thailand.
Justice may finally prevail as Thonglor Clinic owners and Dr. Michelle "Mike" Goulet face criminal charges. After physical examined by a specialist at Bangkok Hospital Pattaya of a patient who received a filler injection around his eyes, charges were filed against the Thonglor Clinic owners including Goulet.
By Thitiphan Deepet Pattaya Times 19.10.2012
Wittaya Yensabai http://www.onestopservicesthailand.com 23.07.2012
Baumgartner, the Red Bull stunt man who made the jump the whole world watched, started his feat from a helium balloon 24 miles up, and 40 miles east of Roswell, New Mexico. According to The New York Times, BBC News, Chicago Sun-Times, and other sources, he landed on his feet in the sandy New Mexican scrub grass 11 minutes after he jumped. Pending verification by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI), an air sports governing agency based in Lausanne, Switzerland, preliminary data showed that the jump had set three new world records, including (1) maximum altitude of 24.261 miles; (2) maximum free fall speed of 834.4 miles an hour, or Mach 1.24, breaking the sound barrier assisted only by gravity; and (3) total free fall distance of 119,846 feet.
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) membership regulations will take effect in January of 2015. At the Pattaya Park Hotel on July 15, officers and commanders of Immigration Police Division 3 attended an important seminar to learn about the upcoming changes, challenges and benefits of Thailand's AEC membership entitled, "Are you ready for AEC?"
Emma Crossley 19.11.2011
US EMBASSY THAILAND Pattaya Times, Drew Noyes 18.11.2011
Editor's Note: Travel to Pattaya Thailand is advised by the Pattaya Times newspaper and the Pattaya City Mayor Itthiphol Kunplome. This Travel Alert is being issued by the US Embassy, Bangkok, to alert U.S. citizens to difficulties related to travel in the flood-affected areas of Thailand, including Bangkok. Bangkok's main international airport, Suvarnabhumi, is operating normally. This Travel Alert will expire on February 14, 2012.
US Secretary of State Dept. by Drew Noyes Pattaya Times Newspaper, US Embassy Bangkok 30.10.2011
Pattaya Times Newspaper US Consular Sections, Democrats Abroad 01.08.2011
This Travel Alert is being issued by the Pattaya Times newspaper for the US government to alert U.S. citizens to difficulties related to travel in the flood-affected areas of the central and lower parts of northern Thailand, including Bangkok. Severe flooding has hampered transportation and limited access to some essential services in the affected regions. The U.S. Department of State recommends against all but essential travel to the affected areas. Most tourist destinations, such as Phuket, Pattaya and Chiang Mai are unaffected by the current flooding. Bangkok's main international airport, Suvarnabhumi, is operating normally.