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Oliver Albet Chanyut Chokjanphenat age 5
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Paris, France, 1994

Replies Thus Far

 

The Search for Chanyut Chokjanphen

 

 

Because Belgians have been wholly uncooperative, inquiries have been made in the Oriental community of Antwerp. It is hoped that there are decent people, especially among the Thai community, in Belgium who will help.

 

The Belgian police have long maintained that it is impossible to find out anything from anyone in Chinatown because the Orientals there are extremely secretive and refuse to reveal anything. 

 

There are at least 15 restaurants in Antwerp that specialize in Thai food and others, like the Bosuil and Gambrinus in Deurne District, that do not appear to be particularly Thai but offer Thai food.

 

Inquiries have been sent to each restaurant seven times   -   on August 8, October 27 and November 29, 2005 and on January 5, March 23, May 22 and August 9 2006   -   in Thai and English (see left column).

 

There have been several responses by e-mail, leading to further correspondence, but no verifiable information about Chanyut has been provided thus far.

 

Each restaurant was contacted also directly by telephone.

 

Over the telephone, some Thais who own, manage and/or work in the restaurants replied that they knew Chanyut and offered to help contact him but no further word was heard from them.

 

When contacted again later they claimed not to know anything. 

Some sounded indignant. Others sounded as if they were reluctant to reveal something.

 

Some, who are probably homosexuals or pedophiles, seemed to derive perverse pleasure in refusing a mother's request for assistance in contacting her son. (There are numerous Thai homosexuals and effeminate Thai males, and Thai women that are obsessed with male sexual deviants, who own Thai restaurants and/or are employed by the restaurants or frequent them.)

 

According to one reply, in August 2005, from a Thai with the nickname of Boot, who works in a Thai restaurant in Antwerp, Chanyut is living in Boom District of Antwerp with a Thai family.

 

The family is trying to find and contact Loy Thongsukaseum, a Thai woman in her early forties who comes from Chiang Mai and is the ex-wife of Mark Gordon, an English teacher at the International School in Vientiane, Laos. Loy's nickname is "Nok".

 

Loy ("Nok") is married to a Flemish Belgian, Dre Wouters of Boom District, and has lived in Boom for several years.

 

If anyone knows Loy ("Nok'), please ask her to contact this website or email address or call the above telephone numbers.

  

 

Another Thai, by the nickname of Wan, insisted that Chanyut is with his mother in Thailand.

 

Reports that Chanyut is in Thailand or living with his mother are entirely false.

 

 

Another Thai, by the nickname of Som, said that Chanyut had been living in Deurne District of Antwerp for several years with a friend of Thanomjit's Belgian ex-husband, Peter Vermeulen.

 

This has been reported by numerous other persons, both Belgian and Thai, in the past five years.

 

 

Another Thai, with the nickname of Gan, said that Chanyut had been taken away by the police and placed in a home or boarding school for youths in Brussels.

 

This has been reported earlier.

 

A few Thais referred to the police to find Chanyut.

 

Both the Belgian and Thai police have repeatedly refused to answer inquiries or requests for help in finding Chanyut. So police officials have deferred to "non-governmental organizations" ("NGOs") in both countries. The police and other government officials refer to NGOs to pass the buck and give the run-around. NGOs have repeatedly conspired with the child's kidnappers in displays of blatant and perverse criminal behavior.

 

The only real response, even if delayed and largely inconsequential, came from law enforcement agencies in the United States who were asked to search for Chanyut. (They did not offer the run-around by referring to "NGOs".)

 

 

Another Thai, with the nickname of Jan, said that she had heard that Chanyut was dead and that his body was in a morgue in a hospital in Deurne District.

 

 

Another Thai, with the nickname of -----------, claimed that a policeman in Antwerp told him that Chanyut died in 2001.

 

 

Another Thai, with the nickname ------, said that Chanyut had a broken back or broken leg and stayed in a hospital or in a home.

 

Hospitals in Antwerp have been wholly uncooperative in their responses to inquiries about Chanyut. They have refused to answer inquiries, claiming that it would be a violation of privacy laws to do so. Such an unreasonable response to an inquiry by a mother searching for her child, who is of minor age, is false and perverse.

 

Antwerp's main civil registry office (etat civile/burgerlykestand) in the main Antwerp courthouse has also been uncooperative.

 

One Thai, by the name of ---------------, said that Chanyut lived with Veerle Vermeulen, older half-sister of Thanomjit's ex-husband, Peter Vermeulen.

 

A woman at the home of Veerle Vermeulen on Ijzerlaan 29 in northern Antwerp shouted obscenities into the phone when contacted and asked about Chanyut. One Thai described Veerle Vermeulen as "fat, old and ugly, uneducated, ill-mannered and generally vulgar, and insane   -   a psychopath" and expressed fear for any child left in her care. 

 

 

A few Thais referred to the Thai Embassy in Brussels. But there has been absolutely no response of any kind from the embassy.

 

There were responses, inconsequential, from other Asian embassies in Brussels, particularly the Malaysian and Philippine embassies.

 

Earlier, Thai embassy officials in Brussels and Thai Foreign Ministry officials in Bangkok were the sources of lewd, perverse and false reports, which included many spiteful remarks, and tried to obstruct all efforts to find, contact and rescue Chanyut. The reports were clearly meant to perpetuate the traffic in women and children and stop anyone from trying to recover a victim of traffickers.

 

Thais abroad generally agree that Thai embassy personnel will do nothing to help Thais find missing loved ones, especially if they were victims of policemen and other government employees trafficking in women and children.

 

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Unfortunately, several Thais in Antwerp seem to be leading other Thais into obstructing Thanomjit's efforts to find and contact Chanyut.

 

One is an elderly Thai woman by the name of Jintana. Jintana's mother owned/operated the Isan Restaurant in Don Muang in Thailand for many years.

 

Jintana has a half-Thai ("look-kroong") teen-age son by a Belgian who attends (or attended) the International School in Ekeren. He is/was the only Thai at the school. Jintana was jealous of Chanyut because an American acquaintance offered to pay his tuition to the school. Chanyut would have been the first Thai to enroll at the school.

 

Jintana is a long-time friend of Thanomjit's ex-common law husband, Phousith Sibounloeang, a refugee from Laos. Jintana also enjoyed the patronage of Peter Vermeulen, after his separation from Thanomjit, and their friends in the bar of her restaurant, the Banteay Laos, now called the Mae Ping, on Van Wezensbekestraat. 

 

For several years in the late 1990s, Jintana also owner a second Thai restaurant, the Sawasdee, that remained open until dawn. Jinatana's cook at the Sawasdee, Eet, and the latter's husband, were friends of Phousith and their responses to inquiries about Chanyut were often nasty.

 

 

Another Thai obstructing search and recovery efforts is Virat Sirimalaluk, a divorcee.

 

Virat's son Baeng is Chanyut's age and they were close friends many years ago. Chanyut lived with Baeng in Virat's apartment for two weeks in 1996.

 

Virat and her brother, Daeng, who works in the Sombat restaurant on Vleehuisstraat, have opposed attempts by Thanomjit's family to trace Chanyut. 

 

 

The siblings Khek and Noi and their first cousin, Nong, from Samut Prakan, were once Thanomjit's friends, but they have been uncooperative.

 

Khek, Noi and Nong are the children of three middle-aged sisters from Samut Prakan in Thailand who operated the Thai-Bel Barbershop and Beauty Salon on Van Wesenbekestraat for many years. Khek and Noi are the children of Montien, who lives in Deurne District with her Belgian husband. Nong worked at the barber shop in its last two years of operation. Khek worked for many years in the barbershop before becoming a receptionist at the Ploy Phochana Cafe across the street. Noi worked as a receptionist at the River Kwai restaurant.

 

 

The somewhat effeminate manager of the Ploy Phochana Cafe, Guy, opposes efforts to find and contact Chanyut. Guy is prone to loud, irrational emotional outbursts. He is often rude and insulting. The Ploy Phochana Cafe is owned by Guy’s parents, who owned and operated the Thailand Market and Fast Food Restaurant across the street in the 1990s. Thai prostitutes "cruise" the Ploy Phochana. Thai women gamble for hours in a back room.   

 

These Thais pose a threat to Chanyut's safety and general well-being.

 

 

In a telephone conversation in August 2005, a Thai woman by the nickname of "Mai", who owns and/or manages a Thai restaurant in Antwerp, the Mai Thai Cuisine, replied that she knew Virat, Daeng and Baeng. 

 

“Yes, of course, we know these people.”

 

And did she know Chanyut? she was asked.  

 

“Oh, Yes, we know Chanyut. He eats here at my restaurant all the time.”

 

Then she added a shocking remark: "But, you know, he is ______." 

 

The remark caused concern to those listening. Was the woman being sarcastic or sadistic and trying to torment a family?

 

The woman then asked about the exact identity of Chanyut.

 

“Wait!" she said. "How old is he?”

 

"Sixteen," she was told.

 

Then she said that she was referring to another person with the same name who was older   -   in his thirties   -   and ate in the restaurant in the evenings once or twice a week.

 

“It cannot be the Chanyut you are looking for," she said. "Younger people, teenagers, cannot afford to eat in Thai restaurants.” (A small plate of sticky rice, available in restaurants in Thailand for five baht, or US$0.13, are priced at the equivalent of US$5.00 and up in Antwerp.)

 

The woman said she would check for Chanyut and call back. "What is his nickname?" she asked. "I cannot idenitify Chanyut without his nickname."

 

She called about a week later to say that she could find out nothing about Chanyut. This woman might be a sexual deviant.

 

 

While there is no way to force anyone to cooperate in the search for a loved one, even of minor age, the above-mentioned persons are nonetheless subject to prosecution and imprisonment if found to have been complicit in the kidnapping and trafficking of Chanyut; related fraud; injuries inflicted upon him in the course of the crime; and/or deliberately obstructing search and recovery efforts.

 

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Visitor's Comment
 
Numerous other messages were sent to us by email through related websites last year, including this one. The sender did not reply when contacted. 
 
From: BANNBIE@aol.com
Date: Sat, 28 May 2005 02:40:17 EDT
Subject: ref your nephew
To:
koulapchokjanphen2@yahoo.com
CC:
thanomjitchokjanphen@hotmail.com, prasongmakprasert@yahoo.com
 
Hi
 sorry to trouble you, but the peter vermeulen, that was claiming to be his father, didnt have a big dark raised mole at the base of his neck at the front did he???  I ask this because if he did he is here in England and might know the whereabouts of your nephew.
 
We stumbled upon your sad plight while trying to find out about a peter vermeulen, who has stumbled into our life just under a year ago, everything on the web pages fits this guy,
 
I know this is a very long shoot for both of us, but it might just help us both, if you have a photo or anything please do not hesitate to contact me
 
thanks
 
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The most recent report about Chanyut came from a Thai by the nickname of ________ who is an employee of a Thai restaurant in Brussels, _________.,  , in September 2006.
 
According to this person, Guy T' Jampens, the principal of SISO 2  Deurne, a secondary school in Deurne District of Antwerp, hoped to avoid further cririticism of his behavior and forbade Chanyut's return to the school in September 2005.
 
Subsequently, the juvenile division of the city police put Chanyut in a home or boarding school in Brussels. Conditions there are apparently similar to those that Chanyut had to endure at Don Bosco in Wijnegem several years ago. He is not allowed out. He is not allowed telephone calls. He is not allowed to send or receive letters. Only known pedophiles and their friends and relatives are allowed to see him. He is being taught a trade rather than being prepared for college.
 
Unfortunately, there has been no way to confirm this report. 
 
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In a telephone conversation with the family on November 8, 2006, the young receptionist at the Ploy Phochana Cafe, on Van Wesenbekestraat in Antwerp's Chinatown, said that she saw Chanyut from time to time. She said that he was indeed 17 years old. She said that he dropped by around seven o'clock in the evenings. She said that Chanyut lives with a Thai family in Antwerp.

 

When contacted later that night, the "boss" of the cafe, an older woman, said that she did not know Chanyut and, also, that Chanyut did not work there; she advised the family to inquire at a Thai restaurant in town called the "Poeun", which was the most popular place in town with young Thais.

 

On November 17, 2006, Chanyut's family, spoke to more young employees of Thai restaurants in Antwerp who said they knew Chanyut and saw him occasionally.

 

Indeed, this was Chanyut, age 17.

 

However, some Thais believed that Chanyut was 20 years old, not 17. Some seemed to confuse Chanyut with another Thai, who is about 21 years old and is known by the nickname "Yoot".

 

Chanyut visits two Thais restaurants in Antwerp that are popular with young Thais, the Serre-Thai and the Poeun (or Poon). He also visits the Ploy Phochana Cafe in Chinatown.

 

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Further, it was reported that Chanyut was denied return to school at age 16 by perverse public school employees who are part of a pedophile ring in Antwerp and that he has been forced to work since then.

 

It appears that the people around him, both Belgian and Thai, have not informed him of the many telephone calls and public notices that his family sent to Thai and public establishments and in one way or another dissuaded him from accessing the internet.

 

It could be that the older Thais, who own and manage restaurants in Antwerp, fear losing Chanyut as an employee or patron if his family contacts him.

 

There are also reports that Chanyut is dead or permanently maimed and confined to a wheelchair in a small house.

 

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The last word:

 

On December 21, 2006, Chanyut Chokjanphen's family called a public secondary school, the Stedelijk Institute for Secundair Onderwijs (SISO) # 2 Deurne, in Antwerp.

 

A secretary answered. The family asked that the school give a student, Chanyut, an urgent message to call home immediately after school (at the telephone number of a neighbor, # 66 - 081 - 965 - 1493.)

 

The secretary said that she would give Chanyut the message.

 

But Chanyut did not call home.

 

A Christmas card addressed to Chanyut at a public school in Antwerp,

S. I. S. O. Deurne # 2, posted in Thailand on December 12, 2006, was returned to the sender, marked "moved", on December 26, 2006.

 

Given the prolonged perverse behavior of school employees in the past, it is possible that the secretary was being misleading and that Chanyut is not at the school. It is possible also that the postal item was returned after the postman received false and misleading information from school employees.

 

Earlier, on November 8 and 17, 2006, the family, inquiring by telephone from Thailand, spoke to numerous young employees of Thai restaurants in Antwerp. They replied that they knew Chanyut and that he visited two Thai restaurants in Antwerp that are popular with young Thais, the Serre-Thai and the Thai Cafe Poun. Apparently, he also visited the Ploy Phochana Cafe, which is in Antwerp's Chinatown.

 

The receptionists of the Ploy Phochana Cafe in Chinatown and the Serre-Thai (called "Linda" and "Taksin" [or "Thaksin'] in the latter establishment), said they saw Chanyut occasionally. Indeed, this was Chanyut, age 17. However, some Thais believed that Chanyut was 20 years old, not 17. Some seemed to confuse Chanyut with another Thai, who is about 21 years old and is known by the nickname "Yoot".

 

According to one restaurant employee, on November 8, Chanyut lives with a Thai family in Antwerp.

 

The family has tried to contact the Thai Cafe Poun, which is two doors from the Serre-Thai, to no avail. The restaurant is not in any listing of any kind.

 

But the family has yet to make contact with Chanyut.

 

Belgian officials in the Antwerp city government are wholly uncooperative.

 

If Chanyut is no longer attending S. I. S. O. # 2 Deurne, and he is living with a Thai family in Boom District, he might be attending a public school in Boom. But students who attend

 

S. I. S. O. # 2 Deurne come from all over Antwerp. Thus far, all attempts to trace Chanyut through Thais in Boom District have come to naught. 

 

http://thanomchokjanphen.tripod.com/lettertoallthaisinthelowlandsbenelux/

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The Latest Word
 
Tawan Thai Cafe, Antwerp, March 8, 2009
 
The Tawan Thai Cafe in Antwerp was contacted in the evening of March 8, 2009.
 
The woman who answered the phone, an employee, replied that she knew Chanyut and Chanyut and that he worked at the Tawan Thai Cafe. She said that he was not there at the time but would be there later. She passed the phone to her manager, apparently the owner, who said that, indeed, Chanyut worked at Tawan Thai Cafe. She suggested calling back at 8:00 p. m., when he came to work.
 
At 8:30, the Tawan Tai Cafe was contacted again. A man answered. He said that Chanyut was not there. He did not know Chanyut, he said. He passed the phone to the owner who, this time, said that no one by the name of Chanyut worked at the Tawan Thai Cafe. She added that she did not know anyone by the name of Chanyut.
 
In the background, someone called out: "Chanyut! Does anyone know Chanyut?" Another woman replied: "Tai Laow!"

Kidnappers in Belgium are denying access to the internet
 

 

The last word:

 

Response from Thai community, Antwerp:

 

On November 8 and 17, 2006, the family, inquiring by telephone from Thailand, spoke to numerous young employees of Thai restaurants in Antwerp. The employees 

replied that they knew Chanyut and that he frequented two Thai restaurants in Antwerp that are popular with young Thais, the Serre-Thai and the Thai Cafe Poun. Apparently, he also frequented the Ploy Phochana Cafe, which is in Antwerp's 

Chinatown.

 

The receptionists of the Ploy Phochana Cafe in Chinatown and the Serre-Thai (called "Linda" and "Taksin" [or "Thaksin'] in the latter establishment), said they saw Chanyut occasionally. Indeed, this was Chanyut, age 17 at the time. However, some Thais believed that Chanyut was 20 years old, not 17. Some seemed to confuse Chanyut with another Thai, who is about 21 years old (reported to be actually 24 at the time) and known by the nickname "Yoot".

 

According to one restaurant employee, on November 8, 2006, 

Chanyut lives with a Thai family in Antwerp.

 

The family has tried to contact the Thai Cafe Poun, which is two doors from the Serre-Thai, to no avail. The restaurant is not in any listing of any kind.

 

But the family has yet to make contact with Chanyut.

 

Antwerp City Government officials uncooperative:

 

Belgian officials in the Antwerp city government are wholly uncooperative.

 

School employees in Antwerp uncooperative:

 

On December 21, 2006, Chanyut Chokjanphen's family called a public secondary school, the Stedelijk Institute for Secundair Onderwijs (SISO) # 2 Deurne, in Antwerp.

 

A secretary answered. The family asked that the school give a student, Chanyut, an urgent message to call home immediately after school (at the telephone number of a neighbor, # 66 - 081 - 965 - 1493.)

 

The secretary said that she would give Chanyut the message.

 

But Chanyut did not call home.

 

A Christmas card addressed to Chanyut at S. I. S. O. Deurne # 2, posted in Thailand on December 12, 2006, was returned to the sender, marked "moved", on December 26, 2006.

 

Given the prolonged perverse behavior of SISO Deurne 2 employees in the past, it is possible that the secretary was being deliberately misleading and that Chanyut was not at the school. It is possible also that the postal item was returned after the postman received false and misleading information from school employees.

 

If Chanyut is no longer attending S. I. S. O. # 2 Deurne, and he is living with a Thai family in Boom District, he might be attending a public school in Boom. But students who attend

 S. I. S. O. # 2 Deurne come from all over Antwerp.

 

Thus far, all attempts to trace Chanyut through Thais in Boom District have come to naught. 

 

 http://thanomchokjanphen.tripod.com/lettertoallthaisinthelowlandsbenelux/

 

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Christmas card returned marked "DEMENAGE"
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Posted in Thailand on December 12, 2006

Note date of posting - 12 - 12 - 2006
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Letter reached Antwerp on December 19

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Family is prepared to provide immediate needs at once:
 

URGENT MESSAGE FOR OLIVER ALBERT CHANYUT CHOKJANPHEN

September 29, 2004

Oliver Albert Chanyut Chokjanphen, age 15, telephoned the home of Mr. Adoon Namboothla, who is a neighbor of his mother, Thanomjit Chokjanphen, in a village in Loei Province of Thailand, during the night of June 25 or 26, 2004. He called from Belgium.

This was a big event in the village. Relatives, friends and neighbors had not heard from Oliver Chanyut in nine years. His mother has not had any contact with him in more than five years.

Oliver Chanyut called late at night, when most of the village was asleep. Mr. Adoon asked him to call again during the day.

Thanomjit tried to contact Oliver Chanyut. She made several calls to Belgium, but the persons she contacted were uncooperative. 

Then, at one o'clock one morning in late August, Oliver Chanyut called Mr. Adoon again. Mr. Adoon asked him again to call back during the day.

But Oliver Chanyut did not call again. This caused grave concern.

Unfortunately, Mr. Adoon did not bother to get Oliver Chanyut's telephone number. 

Thanomjit cannot travel to Belgium to search for Oliver Chanyut because she has three young children to take care of. She gave birth to a baby boy in June.

Two telephones in the village, one which belongs to Mr. Adoon (66 - 1 - 965 - 1493) and the other to Dr. Kay, the township clinic director (66 - 1 - 220 - 6598), can receive calls from overseas but, apparently, cannot call overseas.

Thus, Thanomjit has to go to the post office at the district headquarters several miles away to make a telephone call to Belgium. The post office is open from 08:30 to 16:00 Thai time (02:30 to 10:00 in Belgium).

Oliver Chanyut is advised to try to call Thanomjit again at the home of Mr. ("Nai") Adoon or Dr. ("Maw") Kay. He should give his name and telephone number. Then he must ask whoever answers the phone to fetch Thanomjit. Then he must call back in 15 minutes.

Mr. Adoon and Dr. Kay have limited knowledge of English. But Thanomjit can speak some English.  

Oliver Chanyut is advised also to call the Pha Khao district chief, at 66 - 1 - 871 -5841, if he cannot contact Thanomjit. He must ask for the district chief ("Nai Amper"). The chief can speak some English.

Remember, that Belgium is currently five to six hours behind Thailand. Oliver Chanyut is advised to call between the hours of 02:30/03:30 and 14:30/15:30 CEST (daylight saving time/summer time in Belgium)( http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/ ).

 

Address:
Mrs. Thanomjit Chokjanphen
75/9 Non Pa Sang
Pha Khao District
Loei Province 42240
Thailand
Tel.: Tel . # 66 - 4 - 726 - 4836 (24-hours).
Or call Nai Adoon Namboothla and his wife, Nang Pitsamai ["Lin"] Tasago, at 66 - 1 - 965 - 1493; or Maw Kay at 66 - 1 - 220 -6598

e-mail: thanomjitchokjanphen@hotmail.com

website: http://thanomchokjanphen.tripod.com

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Letter from Mrs. Thanomjit Chokjanphen for her son, Chanyut Chokjanphen

 

The following letter is merely one example of a family's efforts to contact a loved one through the school.

 

School employees refuse to inform the child of his family's urgent need to contact him; they steal the mail and share the contents with acquaintances.

 
Date: Mon, 15 Nov 2004 02:33:00 -0800 (PST)
From: "Thanomjit Chokjanphen" <
thanomchokjanphen@yahoo.com>
Subject: Urgent Message for Chanyut Chokjanphen
To:
siso2@siso2.com
CC:
tommy524@hotmail.com, ingehuyskens@siso2.com

 

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Please inform the student, Chanyut Chokjanphen, that he can call his family in Thailand directly at the following telephone number, any time of the day or night, 24 hours round the clock, at 66 - 04 - 726 - 4836.

 

Please deliver the following urgent message directly to the 10th grade student, Oliver Albert Chanyut Chokjanphen.

 

 

75/9 โนนป่าซาง
อำเภอผาขาว
จังหวัดเลย 42240
ประเทศไทย
โทร. 66-01-965-1493

 

วันพฤหัสบดีที่ 3 สิงหาคม พ.ศ. 2547

 

ลูกชาญยุทธที่รัก

 

แม่เป็นห่วงลูกมาก

 

แม่ต้องการให้ลูกโทรศัพท์กลับมาหาที่บ้าน ลูกสามารถโทรมาตามหมายเลขที่ให้ไว้ข้างต้น นั่นเป็นหมายเลขโทรศัพท์ของคุณอดุลย์ ซึ่งอาศัยอยู่ข้างบ้านแม่ ลูกสามารถขอสายแม่ได้

 

รัก

 

แม่ของลูก

 

ถนอมจิต
 

 

Translation
 
75/9 Non Pa Sang
Pha Khao District
Loei Province 42240
Thailand
Tel.: 66 - 01 - 965 - 1493

 

September 3, 2004

 

My Dear Son Chanyut,

 

I am very concerned about you.

 

I want you to call home at once. Call the above number. That is the home of Mr. Adoon. He lives next door. Ask for me.

 

All my love,

 

Your mother,

 

Thanomjit

 

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A similar message was sent earlier, on June 10, 2004. As mentioned above, Chanyut called home 15 days later, at the end of June and again in late August.

 

The above message has been sent 13 times already   -   on September 3, 9 , 17, 20 and 27, October 1, 8 ,14, 20, 26 and 30, and November 7 and 9, 2004. There was no reply.

 

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Kindly ensure that Chanyut calls home without further delay.

 

Chanyut can call his family directly, as mentioned above, any time of the day or night, 24 hours around the clock, at 66 - 04 - 726 - 4836.

 

Chanyut can also call the chief of Pha Khao District,  Piyasok Khamsrilla, during the same hours, at 66 - 01 -  871 - 5841 before . Mr. Piyasok speaks some English.

 

Remember that Thailand is six hours ahead of Belgium. It is best to call between 2:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Belgian time (8:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. Thailand time). 

 

When Chanyut calls, he should leave a telephone number and address at which he can be contacted and the name or names of persons he is living with.

 

Chanyut should check the following websites:

 

Urgent Message from Home:

http://thanomchokjanphen.tripod.com/

 

Urgent Message Update:

http://jameschampa.tripod.com/

 

Kindly allow Chanyut access to a computer that is on-line. 

 

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This is an urgent matter and school employees should have the decency to cooperate and reply. If Chanyut is not at the school, kindly inform us where he is.

 

BEWARE!

 

Attention: Guy T'jampens, school principal; Maascha Van Eyck, assistant principal; Paul Calot, non-academic supervisor of students; and Inge Huyskens, school secretary:

 

By law, the school must give the student messages from his family. Failure to do so is a violation of the law. Theft of mail is punishable by fine and imprisonment. 

 

Mrs. Thanomjit is Chanyut's only surviving parent. He has no relatives or legal guardian in Europe. The fraud committed by Deurne District officials, to alter Chanyut's name and origin, does not give anyone esle the right to claim custody of Chanyut or deny him and his family contact with one another. School employees who do so are complicit in kidnapping and subject to arrest and prosecution.

 

 

Despite repeated reminders, Guy T'jampens, Paul Calot and Maascha Van Eyck continue to steal mail and block messages for Oliver Chanyut from his family.

 

Belgian postal authorities in Antwerp have ignored three requests from Thai postal authorities for the name of the person who accepted and signed for a registered letter for Oliver Chanyut at the school on December 12, 2006. 

 

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