We welcome good guys, bad ones will be prosecuted - Thai immigration

We welcome good guys, bad ones will be prosecuted - Thai immigration

 

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A post on the Thai immigration website said that Thailand will not tolerate being a haven for international criminals.

 

They issued a stark statement: We welcome good people - Bad people will be prosecuted. 

 

They were commenting on the case of an Italian man called Roberto Ugolini who was wanted on a warrant from abroad in a 260 million baht false bankruptcy and money laundering case. 

 

Ugolini has had his visa revoked. 

 

No other details were posted. 

 

Source: Thai Immigration Bureau

 

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