Lycos Tripod Blocking Sites Identifying Pedophile
Why did Lycos Tripod block John Thomas?
Strange things at Lycos Tripod since
its purchase by Ybrant Digital in August 2010
Lycos Tripod claims it blocked the website John Thomas Again at the
request of Jane Puranananda, an American secretary for Dej-Udom Krairat, head of a law firm in Bangkok and head of Thailand's
legal assistance office.
The website, John Thomas, was posted in 2004 to expose a small mafia
within the Thai government, Thai privy council, Thai media and Thai NGOs that prey upon foreigners.
This website was blocked within an hour of the coup d'etat of September
It was soon evident that the website was blocked for a small group of Thais
who exploited the coup for personal gain. The website, reposted several times under different names in the course of the next
twelve months, was blocked every time.
In late 2007, when the coup leaders had become a laughing stock and were
on their way out, the website, John Thomas Again, was finally unblocked.
But in late November/early December 2010, this website was blocked. There
was no coup this time. The few Thai civilians who gained from the 2006 coup appeared to be behind the website's blockage.
The following correspondence with Lycos Tripod might yield the identities
of the persons behind the website's blockage.
According to Lycos Tripod, the website was blocked at the request of Jane
Puranananda, nee _________, an American woman in Thailand who runs errands for Dej-Udom Krairat, owner of a law firm in Bangkok,
Dej-Udom & Associates, and works as a contact for the Lawyers Council of Thailand, the country's legal aid office, which
is also headed by Dej-Udom.
Lycos Tripod eventually unblocked the website, on January 29, 2011.
The website, John Thomas Again, blocked
by Lycos Tripod from November 2010 to January 2011, can be viewed at: http://johnthomasagain.tripod.com/