Albert Chanyut Chokjanphen called home twice last year from Belgium and asked for his mother. All indications are that Oliver
Chanyut is being denied his mail and telephone calls by kidnapers and their accomplices. He is denied access to pen and paper,
telephone, postal services and the internet. He is denied contact with persons who can help him. It is possible also that
he is being threatened and intimidated and afraid to try to contact home.
Non Pa Sang
Loei Province 42240
66 – 1 – 965 – 1493; 66 – 1 – 220 - 6598 (for Lao and Thai);
4 – 726 – 4836 (for Dutch, English, French)
May 3, 2005
Attorney General of Antwerp
Urgent Order to City Police to Produce a Relative is Required
I refer to seven urgent letters that I sent, at the request of a family in Thailand, to an assistant attorney general in Antwerp, ____________ , since last August.
The letters described the need for an order from the attorney general's office to the city police to put a Thai boy
in direct telephone contact with his family in Thailand.
Thanomjit Chokjanphen of the above address and her relatives are trying to find and contact Mrs. Thanomjit's oldest child,
Oliver Albert Chanyut Chokjanphen, age 16.
Mrs. Thanomjit was separated from Oliver Chanyut when she returned to Thailand several years ago and a debilitating disease prevented her from returning to Belgium.
Oliver Chanyut has called a neighbor several times from Belgium since then in efforts to contact his mother.
Belgians and Thais in Belgium, including officials, who were contacted by the family, have been
uncooperative. Friends who traveled to Antwerp in search of Oliver Chanyut encountered hoodlums and pedophiles employed
by the schools, police and city administration.
family has sent letters to Oliver Chanyut at various addresses and posted messages over the internet requesting immediate
contact with him. There has been no reply.
The family has received reports of Oliver Chanyut’s confinement to an institution in Brussels or Antwerp; permanent and crippling injuries; and death.
The family has irrefutable documentary evidence of Oliver Chanyut’s kidnapping by Belgian pedophiles with the
complicity of police, school and court officials in Antwerp.
A Belgian couple claim to have kidnapped Oliver Chanyut and to be holding him in inhuman conditions in the slums of
family fears for Oliver Chanyut's safety.
Mrs. Thanomjit’s family has a legal right to care and custody of Oliver Chanyut. Mrs. Thanomjit has not authorized anyone
else to care for him. Any
claim to otherwise is fraudulent and should be prosecuted.
Due to his previous involvement in the matter, ___________, is
the only prosecutor in Antwerp the family can trust. _________ has
not acknowledged the family’s correspondence.
As pointed out to ___________, the office of the prosecuting attorney
for Antwerp, especially assistant prosecutors assigned to the juvenile court and
social workers assigned to the city police and juvenile court, cannot be trusted.
ensure that this urgent matter receives due and proper consideration and that Oliver Chanyut is reunited with his family.
to receive a positive response, all correspondence will be posted on an advertised internet website.