Non Pa Sang
Loei Province 42240
66 – 1 – 965 – 1493 and 66 – 1 – 220 - 6598 (for Lao and Thai);
4 – 726 – 4836 (for Dutch, English, French, German)
September 16, 2005
Christine Dekkers (Mevrouw Christine Dekkers)
Search for Loved One Requires Attorney General’s Cooperation
refer to my letters of May 3 and July 6 instant requesting your cooperation in a family’s search for a 16-year-old boy
from Thailand, Oliver Albert Chanyut Chokjanphen, in Belgium.
wrote to you in the last resort, at the request of Oliver Chanyut’s family: an order from your office to the police to put Oliver Chanyut in contact with his family is indispensable.
was no reply to the correspondence or any indication that it received consideration.
Chanyut was separated from his mother, Thanomjit Chokjanphen, a resident of Belgium, when the latter was prevented from returning
to Belgium after a month-long trip to Thailand in 1999.
and relatives in Belgium and Thailand
tried to find and contact Oliver Chanyut but Belgian and
Thai acquaintances and authorities were uncooperative and even obstructive. Pedophiles, homosexuals, prostitutes, thieves - and officials of governmental
and non-governmental organizations (“NGOs”) in conspiracy with gangsters and social deviants - peddled false reports and impeded the search.
Antwerp city registry officials (bevolkingsdienst) refuse to provide an address for Oliver Chanyut. (Copy of recent
correspondence with the Merksem District Office attached.)
lack of an address, friends and relatives sent mail to Oliver Chanyut at the # 2 city public school in northern Deurne District
of Antwerp (Stedelijk Instituut voor Secundair Onderwijs Deurne # 2 [SISO 2 Deurne]). School employees stole the mail
and refused to deliver telephone and email messages. They sent lewd email messages in Oliver Chanyut’s name. One school employee indicated that Oliver Chanyut’s mail was
given to an inspector of the juvenile division of the
city police (jeugdbrigaade).
city and federal police at all levels, including the current and previous police chiefs, and the current and previous mayors
(burgermeester) and their subordinates have deliberately refused to comply with requests for their cooperation in finding
Oliver Chanyut. The previous mayor peddled false reports in conspiracy with fraudsters and traffickers in children.
Chanyut has not picked up mail held for him by the landlord of his mother’s former residence on Essenstraat 26 because
school employees kept from him requests to pick it up. Thais in Antwerp
reported that Thanomjit’s ex-common law husband, Phousith Sibounloeang, a Laotian refugee with Belgian citizenship,
hawked some of Oliver Chanyut’s mail in Thai restaurants. There are also indications that Belgian postal officials did
not deliver or return many postal items.
Chanyut called his native village in Thailand from Belgium twice last year in an effort to contact his mother.
Thanomjit asked numerous Belgians and Thais in Belgium
for help in contacting him. In response, the family received disturbing reports of Oliver Chanyut’s disappearance, death
and hospitalization. (Copies of recent request attached.)
family fears for Oliver Chanyut’s safety.
legal counsels have advised that Thanomjit, as Oliver’s Chanyut’s sole surviving parent, is the only person with
the right to custody and care of her son. The use of fraud by others to claim a right to custody and care of Oliver Chanyut
or to deny his family access to him is criminal and inexcusable.
family would be grateful for your assistance. Please order the police to put Oliver Chanyut in direct telephone contact with
his family without delay.
letter will be posted on an advertised internet website if there is no response.
behalf of the Chokjanphen family, I am,
Letter to the Attorney General of Antwerp, Belgium:
Second Open Letter to the Attorney General of Antwerp: http://thanomchokjanphen.tripod.com/asecondopenlettertotheattorneygeneralofantwerp
with relevant up-to-date information:
above letter was sent by telefax directly to the Attorney General's Office on September 16, 2005 and by regular airmail from Bangkok, Thailand on September 17, 2005,
with the envelope addressed as indicated below:
Mr. William Champa
C/o Mrs. Thanomjit Chokjanphen
75/9 Non Pa Sang
Pha Khao District
Loei Province 42240
Mrs. Christine Dekkers (Mevrouw Christine Dekkers)
Attorney General (Procureur-Generaal)
Attorney General’s Office (Hof van
Beroep te Antwerpen)
2000 Antwerp (Antwerpen)