Pattaya Daily News

31 January 2010 :: 17:01:17 pm 11702

French National Provides Boys for Prostitution in Pattaya

Pattaya 30th January 2010 [PDN] At 5.00pm a taskforce from the prevention of Trafficking of Woman and Children and Mr. Supakorn Noja (Child Protection and Development Center Director) joined forces in the arrest of a French National, Mr. Alexandre Andre Janver [60] at Silom Beer Bar, Moo 10, Soi Sunee Plaza, South Pattaya.
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He was arrested on 7 charges of; 1. Providing children under 15 for prostitution, 2. Providing children under 15 to support other’s sexual needs, 3. Owning the operation of Child Prostitution, 4. Working without a work permit, 5. Hiring children under 18 to work, 6, Hiring children to work that would probably endanger their lives, and mind, 7. Selling people into illegal prostitution.

Due to the previous cases of the German and English apprehensions for indecent assaults of minors under the age of 15 at the beginning of January 2009 by the team of Prevention of Trafficking of Woman and Children region 2, it was learned that the children were provided by a French National known as King Gay who ran Silom Beer Bar. It has taken a year of investigation and patience to be sure of the allegations which has proved fruitful.

A court warrant was provided for his arrest, but each time the man managed to evade the police until 30th January when the officers had information of his visit the bar to pay staff their salaries. Keeping the bar under surveillance resulted in the apprehension and arrest of Mr. Janver. The officers escorted him to his residence at a shop house in Soi Bua Khaw for more information and discovered a bank book with a total of 30,000-40,000 baht per day being deposited. The bank book was kept as evidence.

Mr. Janver denied all charges and did not offer any information. He said the accusations were due to some one persecuting him because he ran 3 bars in Soi Sunee Plaza which were closed due to continued intervention and arrests from police.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Kreetha Tankhanarat (the Prevention of Trafficking of Woman and Children chief) revealed that officers had enough evidence gathered during the year long investigation to charge Mr. Janver. In addition to this, the victims had told the prosecutor that they were forced by the French suspect into prostitution. Mr. Janver will be held for further judicial procedure.

Reporter : Wirraphun   Photo : Wirraphun   Category : Crime News

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