Re: 11 pounds of Lao Opium in Wattay Airpot?
- From: ທ້າວໄຂ່ມືດ <laonork@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 4 May 2009 19:13:14 -0700 (PDT)
On May 3, 2:55 pm, listhoj1...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
"pregnant Briton who faces death by firing squad "
Ok, who is to blame for? The LPDR claimed opium in Laos is completely
gone, "Good By to Opium". Opium had be "eradicated" now a British
Woman with 11 pounbs of opium in Vientiane and will be punish to
death. Who Sold the opium to her in Vientiane? Simply answer: the LPDR
Security Guard, Police, and High Ranking LPDR Government. A tourist
like Ms. Samantha can not go and find 11 pounts of flash opium, it has
to be brought in by LPDR Personnel. Our team knows that because we
have been there and seen that.
LPDR police from village to the federal are all invole in trade like
opium, tree, mine, gold, pigs, cows, fish, etc.
Ms. Samantha got caught because she did not give any tips at the
Wattay Airport. If she gave $20, she should not have get caught. LPDR
agents VIP more that 100 times and they did not get caught. During our
mission from Lat 20 to Vientiane, one of the LPDR Chief in Lat 20
filled a death wild pig with opium was able to transport all of the
opium to Vientiane, later to Phonsavan, and the finally reach the
highest opium price in Vietname.
Opium is everywhere in Laos. In the morning market, in the evening
market, in the forest, in the village, in the LPDR government office,
in the hooker, in the tree trunks, in the special VIP bad, in the
special agents's cars.
My corrupt court judge brother in law bought a couple killot of flash
opium in Late 20 for four hundred dollars. Able to sold for 1000
times. He has $35,000 new SUV that paid cash for. He has 4 $15,000
motorcyle paid cash for, he has a land cruiser of $45,0000 paid cash
for. Live in a house that worth $500,000 with free hookers, free
housewifves. He is really like a king. May be more than a king.
remember, the security gates open before his car arrive. Last month we
were travelling from Vientiane to Houaphane, he has AK 47, hand guns,
and even tell us to shoot anyone that come near.
I guarantee that being in Laos with my corrupt judge brother in law,
my chance of getting arrest by the LPDR is less than having a car
accident. I am 100% confident. I did this post from his $5,000
computers. Good thing, his hookers do not under English.
I love being with a corrupt judge brother in law in Laos. But I hated
Hmong Freedom II, LPDR's enemy
Lawyer to visit Laos jail Briton
A UK human rights lawyer has flown to Laos to assist a pregnant Briton
who faces death by firing squad if convicted of drug smuggling.
Prosecutors claim Samantha Orobator, 20, was in possession of 1.5lb
(680g) of heroin when she was arrested at Wattay airport, Laos, in
Legal charity Reprieve said its lawyer, Anna Morris, had been given
permission to see Miss Orabator on Tuesday.
It hopes to delay her trial, which was last week brought forward by a
Miss Orobator, from London, had been held at Phonthong prison in the
South East Asian country for many months before the British
authorities learned of her arrest.
She became pregnant in the prison in December and is due to give birth
Reprieve said authorities in Laos announced on Thursday that Miss
Orobator's trial would be brought forward to next week - a year
It believes the decision to move the trial was only taken after
arrangements were made for her to see a lawyer for the first time.
Ms Morris said she was due to meet British consular officials on
Monday. She said she understood the legal system in Laos meant
defendants were only able to see lawyers a week before, or even on the
day their trials began.
British officials had only been able to visit her for a period of
around 20 minutes once a month, she said.
There is no British Embassy in Laos and the nearest is in the Thai
capital, Bangkok. The Foreign Office only learned of her arrest when
Australian authorities passed on information from another prison
Miss Orobator was born in Nigeria but lived in south London from the
age of eight. Her father lives in Nigeria and her mother and three
sisters live in Ireland.
She had been on holiday in Thailand and the Netherlands before
travelling to Laos.
In Laos, anyone caught with more than 1lb (500g) of heroin faces a
mandatory death sentence.
At least 39 people have been sentenced to death in Laos since 2003.
If you can't be depended upon to keep to the facts how can people
believe in anything you have to say?
You claimed to be posting from your inlaws' $5,000 computer in Laos
while your posting IP address is;
126.96.36.199 - 188.8.131.52
Comcast Cable Communications Holdings, Inc
1800 Bishops Gate Blvd
Mt Laurel, NJ
Last I checked Comcast does not have service in Laos.
and if your inlaw paid $5,000 for a computer, he too is gullible.
You claim the picture you posted was taken on November 2008, but it
has a December 13, 2007 time stamp.
You mis-read 1.1 pounds to be 11 pounds also shows that you can't keep
stories from changing when repeated the second time, or changing even
more when repeated the third time or how about the fourth time?
How do you expect anyone here to take you seriously when your posts
can be so easily picked apart like this?
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