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PHUKET: The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) in Bangkok has petitioned UK authorities to place Lee Aldhouse under provisional arrest when he is released from Wormwood Scrubs Prison in London on September 24.

 

Mr Aldhouse, 28, is wanted for the stabbing murder of former US Marine Dashawn Longfellow in Rawai on August 14. The incident occurred after a brawl between the two earlier that night.

 

Mr Aldhouse was arrested at Heathrow Airport on arrival in the UK under an outstanding warrant issued after he fled the country while out on bail for a previous offense.

 

Sources told the Gazette he worked as a bouncer in Spain for a number of years before making his way to Thailand.

 

Prosecutor Intranee Sumawong, OAG Executive Director of International Affairs, told the Gazette, “To compile the application as quickly as possible, we asked for his provisional arrest as we have a treaty between us, but we need to provide evidence of who Aldhouse is and what he is wanted for.

 

“We also filed a prosecution order, as they want to make sure we will prosecute him after he is transferred to us.”

 

She explained the application was made through diplomatic channels, via the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

 

“The file is probably now at the Home Office. How long it takes depends on them,” she said.

 

Ms Intranee pointed out that extraditing Mr Aldhouse was a delicate matter.

 

“The British will not extradite their citizens to any country for charges that include execution as punishment. So in the case of Lee, who is facing a charge of premeditated murder, we have to be especially careful."

 

“The Thai government probably will have to give assurance to the British government that he will not face execution, but that doesn’t mean he will not be punished,” she said.

 

Such an “assurance” is likely to be a pardon from execution to “something like life imprisonment,” she said.

 

Chalong Police Superintendent Wichit Intorrasorn, the leading officer in the murder investigation in Phuket, said, “This is the fastest extradition case in 10 years. American authorities and the victim’s family are happy with our efforts. Right now it depends on England when he will be sent to us.”

 

Mr Aldhouse’s girlfriend, who has confessed to playing a key role in helping the fugitive escape Thailand, has agreed to testify against Mr Aldhouse and to cooperate with the police in building their case against him, he said.

 

Phuket Provincial Prosecutor Tawan Sukyiran earlier told the Gazette Mr Aldhouse will likely face assault charges against his girlfriend, whom he allegedly beat while she was asleep in bed. That incident happened at an undisclosed time before the night of the stabbing.

 

Mr Aldhouse’s girlfriend, from the northeast province of Udon Thani, was left with bruises on her face, broken ribs and damaged kidneys, Mr Tawan said.

 

Mr Aldhouse also faces a lesser charge of theft from a 7-Eleven store, he added.

 

The Englishman was caught on CCTV demanding knives from terrified workers at the convenience store before the fatal altercation with Mr Longfellow.

 

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Friday, September 17, 2010, 14:59 local time (GMT +7)

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im curious to see how this pans out if the uk will actually extradite him to a certain death in a thai jail whether it takes 5 years or 25 years he wouldnt see outside of the grouds he would be calling home,

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I think its black and white to the government.

If they are going to execute him, then he stays in the UK.

If they are going to leave him in a fetid cell for the rest of his miserible life, possibly to be stabbed up by some crazed thai guy, then no problem.

 

Sounds like he'll be shipped over pretty quickly now the thais have given the assurance he won't be executed.

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I think its black and white to the government.

If they are going to execute him, then he stays in the UK.

If they are going to leave him in a fetid cell for the rest of his miserible life, possibly to be stabbed up by some crazed thai guy, then no problem.

 

Sounds like he'll be shipped over pretty quickly now the thais have given the assurance he won't be executed.

 

 

why would he be stabbed..

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It will be interesting to see where this ends up. Personally I hope the guy gets sent back to Thailand and gets the sentance in a Thai jail that he rightly deserves.

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why would he be stabbed..

No need to be stabbed, though I guess that some inmates would prefer a quick death.

 

Just a few facts:

 

Phuket Provincial Prison

Built in 1906 for 750 inmates, now has 1268 occupants.

 

Bangkwang Central Prison, Nonthaburi

Built in 1931 for 4000 inmates, now has about 8000 occupants.

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wow, so he stole the knives from 7 eleven, to then stab someone. Sounds like he lost the plot. Glad to see action is being taken.

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awful to think that it`s just luck as to who meets these kind of people....i hope he`s locked up for life in a THAI prison as an example to other people roaming around intent on trouble.

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As I said in a previous post about him. The Thai government has recently publically promised co-operation with the UK regarding aprehending UK criminals resident in Thailand. If the UK government doesn't do the sdame in kind then how can they expect co-operation they requested from the Thai authorities? It's politics.

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As I said in a previous post about him. The Thai government has recently publically promised co-operation with the UK regarding aprehending UK criminals resident in Thailand. If the UK government doesn't do the sdame in kind then how can they expect co-operation they requested from the Thai authorities? It's politics.

 

Not to mention the pressure from the USA after all the victim was an American Marine I have no doubt he will be extradited and sooner rather than later.

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There was a bully asshole who worked in a skid row bar off Hastings street in Vancouver BC. This twat loved beating the crap out of weaker people. One night he shit kicked this slightly built native Indian dude. The guy comes back and empties a rifle into the prick. People stood up and cheered, and the perpetrator was never identified. I am sure that many of us can relate similar tales.

 

Fuck, I hate bullies!

 

This cunt will try his act in the joint, and he will get shanked by a dude that he does not consider a threat.

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does anyone know how he managed to get out of Thailand, as the police were looking for him within an hour or so of the stabbing

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I sincerely hope they ship his roid shooting woman beating ass back here so he can rot in jail with 15 kilos of shackles around his ankles surrounded by prison guards who come to work everyday just to kick somebody's face in.

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does anyone know how he managed to get out of Thailand, as the police were looking for him within an hour or so of the stabbing

It was earlier reported that he exited Thailand via a land crossing that did not have access to the immigration computer system. They have no way of checking whether a person leaving the country was wanted...TiT!

 

I hope this animal gets send back ASAP.

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As I said in a previous post about him. The Thai government has recently publically promised co-operation with the UK regarding aprehending UK criminals resident in Thailand.

 

They could fill a few jumbos when that kicks in!

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<br>They could fill a few jumbos when that kicks in!<br>
<br><br>Surely you cant be implying there are criminals from the UK in Thailand evading the British <strike>holiday</strike> penal system. <img src="http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/tongue.gif" alt=":P" class="bbc_emoticon"><div><br><div>I know a prison officer from the UK who spends a lot of time in Pattaya I had a hard time believing some of what he told me so I went online and checked for myself.</div><div><br>Lets just say that any fears as a deterrent the prison system may have had for me have now disappeared which could be a reason for the high rate of reoffenders in the UK.  (not that I have any reason to be concerned)</div><div><br></div><div>Anyway the poor unfortunates if there are any <img src="http://www.pattaya-addicts.com/forum/public/style_emoticons/default/rolleyes.gif"> would most likely just slip across the border into Cambodia.</div><div><br>Al.

 

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Update Monday, September 27, 2010

 

Phuket murder suspect still in UK jail: British Embassy

 

PHUKET: British Ambassador to Thailand Quinton Quayle this morning confirmed that fugitive murder suspect Lee Aldhouse is still in custody somewhere in the UK.

 

British officials will work closely with their Thai counterparts in their efforts to have the kickboxer exrtadited to Phuket to face charges for the stabbing of American Dashawn Longfellow in Rawai last month, he said.

 

Last week the Office of the Attorney General of Thailand confirmed to the Gazette that Mr Aldhouse was due to be released from Wormwood Scrubs Prison near London on Friday.

 

Commenting on Mr Aldhouse’s case at the Andara Resort in Kamala this morning, Ambassador Quayle confirmed that the fugitive kickboxer is still in detention, but said he could give no further details about the terms or location of his detainment.

 

As for Thai efforts to have him extradited, he said, “It depends on the charge, the evidence presented and the documents being filed… There is an extradition treaty in force, but they [the Thai authorities] have to provide the evidence.”

 

Like most European nations, the UK generally does not extradite in cases where a suspect could possibly face the death penalty if convicted.

 

“I can say that there is good cooperation between the British and Thai authorities,” he said.

 

An officer with the UK’s Serious Organized Crime Agency posted at the British Embassy would assist Thai authorities if needed, he said.

 

As the case is already in the judicial process, Ambassador Quayle said he “could not speculate any further” about the extradition request, however.

 

Ambassador Quayle was speaking at a press conference called to announce that a formal gathering will be held at the The Blue Elephant restaurant in Phuket Town tonight to mark the official Queen’s Birthday in the UK.

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Monday, September 27, 2010, 17:27 local time (GMT +7)

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