Category Archives: Money Crimes

The mysterious escape of the Man In The yellow Tie – the End

Wherever the man in the yellow tie chose to go, it had to be planned before hand. He had to have a clear plan, with a clear destination, with a fake passport prepared for him. From now on, it’s all … Continue reading

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The mysterious escape of the Man In The Yellow Tie- Part 5

In his past Wat was a boxer. Like many of the Thai men, he did it for money and fun, and only trained occasionaly. In October 2006, deep into his business with Joe, Wat had a fight in the Chaweng … Continue reading

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The mysterious escape of the Man In The Yellow Tie – Part 4

In order to buy a house on the Thai paradise of Ko Samui, one had to open a company in Thailand, and appoint a Thai citizen as the owner of the company. The man in the yellow tie had all … Continue reading

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The mysterious escape of the Man In The Yellow Tie – part 3

The geography of the island allowed many developers to have their share. The long wide beaches, the not-too-rocky mountains, they were all ready to be digged and turned into luxury pool villas, luxury infinity pools apartment hotels, or long shopping … Continue reading

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The mysterious escape of the Man In The Yellow Tie – part 2

The man in the yellow tie was different than most of the new developers on the island. It was a small difference, but it changed everything for our man: he could read, speak and understand the Thai language. Nobody really … Continue reading

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The mysterious escape of the Man In The Yellow Tie

2006 was a good year for some business developers in thailand. Not too long after the tsunami that destroyed big parts of Phuket and Phi Phi, two of the most famous tourist destination of the country – and gave rise … Continue reading

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