Wharram Tiki wrecked in Thailand

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by sloopjb, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. robert self
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  2. sloopjb
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    Let Justice be done

    Thank you Robert for the update.

    It is reassuring to see the Thai legal system has finally come down on this ******** ****. Let us hope they convict him too !

    I suspect that the figure of 350M baht may soon be revised upwards.

    I doubt if he will ever be revisiting this thread to try to intimidate anymore !!!
     
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    He may be a criminal, but he may have lost his boat too !

    I dont see a link except from making assumptions.

    While it sure looks like fraud, this is how innocent people get hanged.
     

  5. RHP
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    If you read through the full thread, this fellow hung many people out to dry so you don't have to have much sympathy.
     
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