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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 19, 2006.
 
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/

 
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The following correspondence is between John Thomas and Lycos Support <support@support.lycos.com> about Lycos Tripod's blockage of the website, John Thomas Again [3867-IPGZ-0202] [e55389a3]
 
 
 
Message by you on Thu, 2nd Dec 2010 2:19 am
 
Within the past few days, Lycos has blocked access to my website, John Thomas Again. According to the notice that appeared when I tried to log in, the website was blocked for violation of terms. Kindly tell me what terms were violated. Please be specific. If someone complained about the contents of the website, kindly indicate exactly which statements on the website were objected to. Tell me know also who objected to the website.
 
 
 
2    Message by you on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 4:36 am
 
To Customer Service:
 
Within the past few days, Lycos has blocked access to my website, John Thomas Again.
 
According to the notice that appeared when I tried to log in, the website was blocked for violation of terms.
 
Kindly tell me what terms were violated.
 
Please be specific.
 
If someone complained about the contents of the website, kindly indicate exactly which statements on the website were objected to. 
Tell me know also who objected to the website.
 
John Thomas
 
 
 
3    Message by our staff on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 2:58 pm
 
The account you are referring to was found to be in violation of the Lycos Network Terms and Conditions. As a result, it was removed from our servers and will not be reinstated. We expect our users to abide by the Terms and Conditions they agreed to when they registered for their account. Our Terms and Conditions can be found at the following URLS:

http://info.lycos.com/tos.php
http://info.lycos.com/legal.html

Out of fairness to the overall community, we do not reinstate accounts once they have found to be in violation of our Terms and Conditions. Because of the vast number of accounts on the Lycos Network we do not provide our members with warnings about their content violations.

Wade
Lycos Customer Service
http://help.lycos.com
 
 
 
4    Message by you on Fri, 3rd Dec 2010 3:46 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
The reply by the staff member, Wade, did not answer my question.

Look again at my question. Look at your reply. Where is the answer to my question? There was no answer.  
 
According to legal counsel, I am entitled to an appropriate reply from Lycos. Lycos must explain exactly why my website was blocked. Lycos must say exactly what on the website was objected to and who objected to it.
 
My website exposed known professional gangsters and their accomplices in Thailand and other countries. These persons and gangs have already been exposed in the press world-wide. There was nothing new on my website. There was nothing stated on my website that cannot be found elsewhere on the web. Furthermore, I csan back up my 
statemrents with official documentation.  
 
Kindly tell me who objected to my site and specifically what statement or statements 
were objected to. By law, Lycos must respond accordingly. Otherwsie it can be suspected of criminal conspiracy with the known criminals who are exposed by my website. 
 
John Thomas   
 
 
 
5    Message by you on Sun, 5th Dec 2010 6:56 pm
 
Fiur days ago, I asked Lycos to explain its blocking of my site John Thomas Again.
 
I received a stock reply, wholly meaningless, that everyione recveives when they request anc explanation. It explains nothing.
 
What terms were violoated? I am familiar with the terms and I am certain that I did not violate them in any way.  
 
Lycos must let me klnow just what terms were violated.
 
From my experience, and that of others I have checked with, Lycos blocks sites without giving the request any coinsideration. Lycos blocks sites simply at the request of anyone flashing aome sort of "official" "I. D." Thus, a sex offender, working as a janitor at an automobile plant, will tell Lycos he is an ofdficial from one of the BIg Three in Detroit and that the 
inclusion of his name on a lost of known sex offenders defames the company.
 
.. who onjected to my site and why. What exactly was objected. Point out the specific comments that someone found objectionable. 
 
 
 
6    Message by you on Sun, 5th Dec 2010 7:46 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
Kindly ignore the last letter, which was sent accidentally through a technical error a few minutes ago, before it was completed. 
 
The completed letter follows. 
 
More than four days ago, on December 2, I asked Lycos to explain its blocking of my Lycos website, which is called John Thomas Again.

I received a stock reply, wholly meaningless, that does not answer a thing. This is the same reply, word for word, that everyone receives when they request an explanation from Lycos. 
 
Your reply is not a proper answer. It explains nothing.

What terms of service were violated? I am familiar with the terms and I did not violate any of them in any way.

Lycos must show just what terms were violated. 
 
Did someone object to the site? If so, you must tell me who objected and what exactly was objected to.

From my experience, and that of others with whom I have checked, Lycos is in the habit of blocking sites at the request of anyone without giving any thought to the matter. 

If Bruno Hauptman complains that a particular Lycos site that describes him as a criminal defames him that is not a sufficient reason to block to site.. But, in effect, that is what Lycos has done. It is not Bruno Hauptman I have named but others far worse than him in Thailand.

Lycos blocks sites simply at the request of anyone flashing some sort of impressive "official" "I. D." Thus, a notorious sex offender, who has managed to obtain work as a janitor or guard or office clerk, or even as a company vice-president, in a big factory in Belgium or Thailand, tells Lycos that he is an official from one of the BIg Three in Detroit and complains that the 
inclusion of his name on a list of known sex 
offenders posted on the Internet defames the company he works for. And Lycos immediately blocks the site.
 
This practice is unrealistic and inappropriate. It is unfair to website's author. It denies the public crucial information. It does not help Lycos at all. Indeed, it smacks of collusion with wrong-doers.

If the notorious Belgian pedophiles Marc Dutroux and Michel Nihoul complain to Lycos that a certain website that describes them as criminals or gangsters defames them that does not give Lycos a proper excuse for blocking the site. 
 
If I name notoriously corrupt politicians and court officials in Thailand who are in open conspiracy with international pedophile and prostitution rings and who have already been exposed by the local press, that is no reason to block the site. It would mean that Lycos has been fooled by criminals or entered a conspiracy with them/.

What exactly was objected to? Point out the specific comments that were objected to. 
 
Kindly reply without further delay.

Sincerely,

John Thomas  
 

 
7    Message by our staff on Mon, 6th Dec 2010 6:28 pm
 
Greetings,

I apologize, but we can't open your account again because of mass amounts of spam being sent out from the account, that is why you have been blocked.
If you have any further questions or concerns, please let us know.

Mike
Lycos Customer Service
 
 
 
8    Message by you on Tue, 7th Dec 2010 9:36 pm
 
To Lycos Customer Service,
 
According to the second reply from Lycos, signed Mike, Lycos blocked my website "because of mass amounts of spam being sent out from the account".
 
If my website is sending out spam, it is entirely without my knowledge. That can only mean that a hacker is sending spam in the name of my website or that a hacker got into my account and sent out spam from it.
 
Lycos should not play into the hands of a malicious hacker by faulting the innocent website owner.
 
Lycos should complain about the hacker and do what it can to trace and stop the hacker.
 
Kindly suggest ways to protect my website from hackers. Should I change the password?
 
Kindly unblock my account.
 
John Thomas


9    Message by our staff on Wed, 8th Dec 2010 4:30 pm
 
Greetings,

Yes, please change your password.
https://registration.lycos.com/memberedit.php

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

Amanda
Lycos Customer Support
 
 
 
10    Message by you on Sun, 12th Dec 2010 4:06 pm
 
To Lycos Customer Service:
 
As far as I know, It is not possible to change the password before opening the website.
 
Kindly unblock the website. Then I will change the password.
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas
 
 
 
11    Message by our staff on Mon, 13th Dec 2010 5:55 pm
 
Thank you for contacting Lycos support. We apologize for the last comment. Once the decision has been made to take down the account it is not re-activated going further. We do apologize for the inconvenience. However you may sign up another account and re-create your web site. Please make sure however that you do generate a strong password to avoid this from happening in the future.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

Ray
Lycos Customer Support
 
 
 
12    Message by you on Tue, 14th Dec 2010 6:06 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
I have discussed this matter with experienced computer experts.
 
They do not believe that my website account transmitted spam. They could find no trace of it anywhere. Rather, they suspect that Lycos is not being forthright in its replies about blocking the site. In fact, Lycos has unblocked websites. So Lycos should unblock my site too.
 
The experts I have consulted suspect that someone persuaded Lycos to block the site because the site pointed out embarrassing facts about that person. That is often the case, Unfortunately, Lycos has the bad habit of blocking sites merely upon request, even if the complaint is unjustified.
 
My site was blocked earlier because it embarrassed certain persons in Thailand who have since been thoroughly discredited.
 
Kindly unblock the site.
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas
 
 
 
13    Message by our staff on Tue, 14th Dec 2010 6:03 pm
 
Thank you for contacting Lycos support. Before a site is taken down it is thoroughly checked for spam, viruses and terms of service violation, if any one of these are met then the site is taken down. Unfortunately once again we are not able to pull the site up once it has been disconnected. We do apologize for the inconvenience. However feel free to sign up a new account.

Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you,

Ray
Lycos Customer Support
 
 
 
14    Message by you on Wed, 15th Dec 2010 5:36 am
 
Dear Sir:

I can assure you that you are mistaken.

Lycos does unblock, repost, or restore websites that it has blocked. Any number of people can confirm this fact for you, from their own personal experience.
 
Furthermore, your suggestion that I start over again, by opening a new website, is ingenuine. It is not technically possible do so. 
 
Lycos invites people to sign up for a free website but when they do so they are asked to pay.
 
This is the invitation of Lycos:
 

Free  Learn more– FREE Website
– 20 MB of Disk Space
– 1 GB of Monthly Bandwidth
– FREE Blog Tool
– FREE Site Building Tool
– File management Tools
– Ad Supported
 
This is what registrants are told:
 
402 Payment Required
This service requires payment, contact the server administrator to make arrangements for payment and have the service provisioned. You will need to provide the following information: 
 
Your full name
Your email address
Contact Telephone number
Click your browser's back button to locate help for this service.

Kindly unblock my website or correct your services.
 
Sincerely,

John Thomas
 
 
 
15    Message by our staff on Thu, 16th Dec 2010 2:02 pm
 
Greetings,

I'm sorry for the trouble. Please rest assured that this is not due to an insincerity on Lycos' part; we still do accept free registrations with our webhosting services. The error you're seeing means we have some investigating and troubleshooting to do in order to resolve this issue.

In order to assist you, we need a bit more information. Please respond to this e-mail with the following information:

1) What address are you registering from (street, city, state, country, postal code, ect)?
 
2) What is your IP address? (To discover this easily, you can visit http://whatismyip.com )

Once we receive this information back from you, we will be able to assist you with your request.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us again.

Joline
Lycos | Customer Service
 
 
 
16    Message by you on Fri, 17th Dec 2010 12:06 am
 
Sir/Madame:
 
Before we go any further, please tell me who asked Lycos to block my website and exactly which statement on the website was objected to?
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas



17    Message by our staff on Fri, 17th Dec 2010 12:08 pm
 
Greetings,

The account you are referring to was found to be in violation of the Lycos Network Terms and Conditions. As a result, it was removed from our servers and will not be reinstated. We expect our users to abide by the Terms and Conditions they agreed to when they registered for their account. Our Terms and Conditions can be found at the following URL:

http://www.lycos.com/lycosinc/legal.html

Out of fairness to the overall community, we generally do not reinstate accounts once they have found to be in violation of our Terms and Conditions. Because of the vast number of accounts on the Lycos Network we cannot provide members with warnings about their content violations.

If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us again.

Joline
Lycos | Customer Service
 
 
 
18    Message by you on Sat, 18th Dec 2010 6:06 am
 
To Lycos personnel:
 
I have repeatedly asked Lycos personnel to state specifically why my website was blocked.
 
Just what terms of serviced were violated and how? A simple question. But Lycos personnel have yet to give an apppropriate reply.
 
Personnel have beat around the bush and offered the run-around.
 
Their claim that my website was sending "massive amounts of spam" was false.. It was not sending any spam.
 
The claim by Lycis that it cannot unblock a website ionce it has been blocked is also a lie.
 
The invitation by Lycos to start a new site is false because its advertisement of free websites is also false.
 
Obviously, someone at Lycos was bribed by one or more of criminals who were exposed by the website, or agents operating in their behalf, to block the site. Lycos personnel have tried to cover up with absurd lies.
 
An investigation into this matter would certainly find Lycos not just corrupt but perhaps also complicit in the crimes committed by criminals exposed on the website.
 
Furthermore, the request by Lycos personnel, who have been persistently dishonest in their replies, for my private home address is cause for alarm..
 
Kindly state what terms of service were violated.
 
Kindly state who complained about my website and what in the website was objected to.
 
I am entitled to an answer.
 
John Thomas



19    Message by you on Sat, 18th Dec 2010 11:26 pm
 
To Lycos personnel:
 
I have repeatedly asked Lycos personnel to state specifically why my website was blocked. Just what terms of service were violated and how? A simple question.
 
But Lycos personnel have yet to give an appropriate reply. They have beat around the bush and offered the run-around.
 
Their claim that my website was sending "massive amounts of spam" was false.. It was not sending any spam.
 
The claim by Lycos that it cannot unblock a website once it has been blocked is also a lie.
 
The invitation by Lycos to start a new site is false because its advertisement of free websites is also false.
 
Obviously, someone at Lycos was bribed by one or more of the notorious criminals who were exposed by the website, or agents operating in their behalf, to block the site. Lycos personnel have tried to cover up with absurd lies..
 
An investigation into this matter would certainly find Lycos not just corrupt but perhaps also complicit in the crimes committed by criminals exposed on the website.
 
Furthermore, the request by Lycos personnel, who have been persistently dishonest in their replies, for my private home address is cause for alarm..
 
Kindly state what terms of service were violated.
 
Kindly state also who complained about my website and what in the website was objected to.
 
I am entitled to an answer.
 
John Thomas
 
 
 
20    Message by our staff on Mon, 20th Dec 2010 3:21 pm
 
We apologize for any inconvenience.

Your site was defamating someones character and that is why your site was removed from our servers.

We can allow you to go back in and remove the content but if you do not comply with the terms of services you will no longer be allowe dto use your services.

We want to be fair with both parties and allow you to use our service but also comply with our Terms of Services (TOS)

Please contact us if you need any further assistance with your membership.

Stephan
Lycos Customer Service
 
 
 
21    Message by you on Wed, 22nd Dec 2010 9:26 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone.
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory.
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory.  If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content.
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas
 

 
22    Message by you on Thu, 23rd Dec 2010 11:16 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone.
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory.
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory. If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content.
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas


 
23    Message by you on Sat, 25th Dec 2010 5:06 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone.
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory.
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory. If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content.
 
Sincerely,
 
John Thomas



24    Message by you on Tue, 28th Dec 2010 3:36 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone.
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory.
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory. If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content.
 
Sincerely, 
 
John Thomas


 
25    Message by you on Thu, 30th Dec 2010 9:26 pm
 
Dear Sir: 
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone.
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory.
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory. If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content. 
 
Sincerely, 
 
John Thomas


26    Message by you on Mon, 3rd Jan 2011 11:26 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
According to your last reply Lycos blocked my website because it was defaming someone. 
 
Also according to your last reply, Lycos will unblock my site so that I can remove the content that the person concerned objected to as defamatory. 
 
Kindly tell me who claims to be defamed by my website. Tell me also what content that person objects to as personally defamatory. If the claim of defamation is credible I shall remove the content. 
 
Sincerely, 
 
John Thomas


 
27    Message by our staff on Thu, 6th Jan 2011 2:24 pm
 
Thank you for your patience.

Please remove any images and/or content referring to Jane Puranananda.

Please contact us if you need any further assistance with your membership.

Lycos Customer Service
 
 
 
28    Message by you on Sun, 16th Jan 2011 6:46 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
In your last message you asked me to remove all references to Jane Puranananda from the website  - Organized Crime, the Justice System and the Privy Council of Thailand. 
 
Who asked you to remove reference to Ms. Puranananda? 
 
Do you realize xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
 
                                                             
 
Ms. Puranananda is an American -        
who married a member of a Thai family of n                                                         
                                                                 
                                                                 
                                                                
                                                                 
                                                                  
                                                               
                                                             

To this day, this small group of Thais and their descendants remain a close-knit group. They use positions in the Thai government to facilitate their involvement in organized crime, particularly in the international traffic in narcotics and the traffic in women and children for illicit labor and prostitution. They control some of the press and the biggest law firm in the country. They are entrenched in royal positions and human rights organizations. 
 
Ms. Puranananda'               and a Bangkok law firm that employs her work closely with the American Mafia, Japanese Yakuza and Chinese Triads. Ms. Puranananda is often seen in the company of her employers and her in-laws at social functions. (It is unfortunate that a number of local expatriate Americans who should know better think that Mr. P                                  
                                                              
                                                              
 
For Ms. Puranananda's Thai in-laws, friends and employers, WW2 never ended and they hate the Allies. They cause trouble for Americans in Thailand wherever they can. Ms. Puranananda works hand in glove with them. 
 
Ms. Puranananda has no artistic ability. She is without any intellectual inclination. She is wholly untrustworthy and unreliable. Her in-laws arranged membership for her in several local cultural organizations. But she is known as a fraudster, smuggler and gangsters moll t                                         
                                                             
 
I can present many documented cases of Ms. Puranananda's involvement in
organized crime, including crimes committed against American tourists and expatriates in Thailand (and the U. S.).
I suggest you contact the F. B.. I. first for confirmation of the above. 
 
It is doubtful that Ms. Puranananda asked Lycos to block the website. The site blockage occurred as she was attempting a sort of comeback on the cultural scene.      
                                                                   It is more likely that the owner of the Bangkok law firm that employs her, or one of her in-laws, or a friend in the Thai press, perhaps through contacts in the Thai military or civilian government, asked Lycos to block the site. 
 
Kindly let me know who objected to Lycos about the information posted on the website about Ms. Puranananda?

John Thomas



29    Message by you on Mon, 17th Jan 2011 8:26 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
In your last message you asked me to remove all references to Jane Puranananda from the website  - Organized Crime, the Justice System and the Privy Council of Thailand. 
 
Who asked you to remove reference to Ms. Puranananda? 
 
Do you realize 
                                         
 
                                                       

Ms. Puranananda is an American ---------------- who married a member of a Thai family of notorious collaborators of the Japanese in WW2. They were to be hanged as war criminals after the war. A wealthy Chinese banker in Bangkok paid off American and British military commanders to let them go. (As part of the payment, he turned his home over to the American embassy and offered a big cut of the local heroin trade.) 
 
To this day, this small group of Thais and their descendants remain a close-knit group. They use positions in the Thai government to facilitate their involvement in organized crime, particularly in the international traffic in narcotics and the traffic in women and children for illicit labor and prostitution. They control some of the press and the biggest law firm in the country. They are entrenched in royal positions and human rights organizations. 
 
Ms. Puranananda'                 and a Bangkok law firm that employs her work closely with the American Mafia, Japanese Yakuza and Chinese Triads. Ms. Puranananda is often seen in the company of her employers and her in-laws at social functions. (It is unfortunate that a number of local expatriate Americans who should know better think that Mr.                               
                                                             
                                                             
 
For Ms. Puranananda's Thai in-laws, friends and employers, WW2 never ended and they hate the Allies. They cause trouble for Americans in Thailand wherever they can. Ms. Puranananda works hand in glove with them. 
 
Ms. Puranananda has no artistic ability. She is without any intellectual inclination. She is wholly untrustworthy and unreliable. Her in-laws arranged membership for her in several local cultural organizations. But she is known as a fraudster, smuggler and gangsters moll t                                         
                                                           
 
I can present many documented cases of Ms. Puranananda's involvement in organized crime, including crimes committed against American tourists and expatriates in Thailand (and the U. S.).
I suggest you contact the F. B.. I. first for confirmation of the above. 
 
It is doubtful that Ms. Puranananda asked Lycos to block the website. The site blockage occurred as she was attempting a sort of comeback on the cultural scene. 
                                                              It is more likely that the owner of the Bangkok law firm that employs her, or one of her in-laws, or a friend in the Thai press, perhaps through contacts in the Thai military or civilian government, asked Lycos to block the site. 
 
Kindly let me know who objected to Lycos about the information posted on the website about Ms. Puranananda?

John Thomas

 

 

30    Message by you on Wed, 19th Jan 2011 1:56 pm
 
Dear Sir:
 
I am still waiting for a reply.

Within the last few hours Lycos Tripod has blocked several websites that concern missing children who were trafficked overseas from Thailand by international pedophile and prostitution rings. The sites were posted to facilitate recovery efforts.
 
In one way or another all of the cases described in the blocked websites
in                                                           
                                                                 In other words, they conspired to traffic the children and/or to obstruct efforts to trace and recover them. 
 
Working with others on this matter I have compiled a list of the following suspects behind the recent blockage of Lycos websites: Jane Puranananda, J                
                                                                  
                                                                 
                                                               
                                                                  
                                                

It appears that these people have some connection with Lycos. How else can you explain your eagerness to do their bidding?  

Lycos is clearly going against the grain. You had better reverse course and get on the right track. 

Lawrence Blackstone

 
31    Message by you on Thu, 20th Jan 2011 2:46 am
 
Mr. Thomas passed away last night and, at the request of his family, I have assumed responsibility for his email accounts and website.
 
Please continue to write to John Thomas at this email address. Please note that I will be handling the email and website accounts from now on.
 
Lawrence Blackstone


 
32    Message by you on Fri, 21st Jan 2011 8:06 am
 
Dear Sir:
 
You have yet to unblock the website of John Thomas.
 
You blocked the website at the request of a known pedophile ring operating in the U. S., Belgium and Thailand.
 
This pedophile ring operates with the complicity of a small neo-Axis ccollaborationist clique in Thailand.   
 
The American woman in Thailand, Jane Purananananda, by the way, is                 
                                                            
                                                          
 
In the past few days, Lycos has blocked three dozen websites that were posted to assist in the search and recovery of missing children who were trafficked by pedophile rings.
 
L                                                              
                                                              
                                            
 
I suggest you cease the vandalism you are commiting for pedophles and unblock the sites at once.
 
Lycos and its employees will not get away with it. Come to your senses and cooperate. 
 
L. B. 
 

 
33    Message by our staff on Fri, 21st Jan 2011 4:44 pm
 
We understand what you are saying however, we also have to respect the individual claiming that they are being defamated.

By our conditions we are not allowed to speak on who sent the notification.

We ask that you kindly remove any information as we do not allow defamation due to our Terms of Service.

All users are expected to abide by our Terms and Conditions, which can be found at the following URLS:

http://info.lycos.com/tos.php
http://www.lycos.com/lycosinc/legal.html

I hope you find that our prompt response to this situation addresses your concerns. If you have any questions or find more accounts that require our attention please feel free to contact us again.

In order to release any information about our members or their accounts, we need to have been served with a subpoena, search warrant, or parallel legal documentation. In all cases, any available information may only be released to law enforcement officials or the legal entity that has drafted the subpoena.

Information on where to send subpoenas can be found at the following URL:

http://info.lycos.com/legal/legal.asp

Please contact us if you need any further assistance.

Stephan
Lycos Customer Service
 
 
 
34    Message by you on Sat, 22nd Jan 2011 9:46 am
 
Dear Sir: 
 
I have been asked by Mr. Thomas's family to reply to your last message concerning the blocking of his website, John Thomas Again, since late November or early December.

Mr. Thomas's website, posted in 2004, was blocked in September 2006 immediately after the coup d'etat. It was unblocked, more than a year later, when the coup 
leaders were clearly on their way out. 
 
Considering the conduct of the coup leaders upon taking over the government it became clear why the website was blocked. The website exposed the Thai mafias and their operations. 
 
According to one of your earlier messages, an American expatriate living and working in Bangkok, Jane Puranananda, demanded the website's blockage. According to you, Ms. Puranananda claims that the site 
defames her. 

I wrote two letters to Mr. Thomas in 2005 about a serious matter in Thailand that American expatriates and American tourists had mentioned to me. I investigated their complaints and found them to be true. Mr. Thomas posted the letters on his website in 2005 (see below). 
 
Americans involved in legal matters with Thais in Thailand are often cheated by their Thai lawyers if pursuing a case on their own. Without the backing of a big corporation or high government officials, they are cheated. Many are intimidated by the police. Many are set up for arrest on false charges. Legal assistance is not available to them. They are denied diplomatic and consular assistance, too.

Often, Americans at the American embassy in Bangkok or Americans working for Thai law firms and Thai companies join the Thais against the Americans. They find it more convenient to do so. Or they are paid to do so. Or they are assured of a continued stay and more work in Thailand if they do so. Ms. Puranananda is one such American expatriate. In her work for Dej Udon Krairat and the Law Society of Thailand, she has cheated Americans at the request of her Thai employers and associates. This is documented. There are recordings of telephone conversations and written correspondence.
 
Recent developments indicate that Ms. Puranananda is complicit in pedophile and prostitution rings operated by the Thais she is associated with in her work and local social and cultural affairs. The evidence is undeniable. 
 
What I have to say about Jane Puranananda is true. There is nothing defamatory about my remarks. She must know that. And she must know also that I can prove it. She would be very stupid to oblige me to present evidence Online.
 
She is not kidding anyone. Except you. 
 
My letters were posted more than five years ago. Why did she wait five years to complain to you?

There was no coup in Thailand this time. So, I suspect Ms. Puranananda's friends are behind your recent blockage. They are the same people who exploited the coup d'etat of 2006. If that is so, then Ms. Purananada is being used by traffickers in women and children. So, too, is Lycos Tripod. In the last few days Lycos Tripod has blocked dozens of websites that exposed pedophiles. pimps, kidnappers and traffickers in Thailand. This is something new. I have not seen such activity at Lycos Tripod since the coup d'etat. 
 
If the people whose websites you blocked have not complained to you already they will do soon. 
 
Lycos Tripod also blocked my website,
http://vancelewin.tripod.com/.

Kindly remind Ms. Puranananda and her friends of the situation. They have nothing to gain by vandalizing websites that expose pedophile rings they operate. They have nothing to gain by vandalizing websites that post the names and photos of their victims.  
 
Kindly unblock the Mr. Thomas's site.
 
Sincerely,
 
Vance Lewin
 
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Comment from Vance Lewin in Bangkok, November 6, 2005: 
 
An American woman in Bangkok is in conspiracy with the Thai Mafia to commit crimes against foreigners, including other Americans. 
 
Photo of Jane Puranananda
 
When foreigners in Thailand get into legal trouble and need a local lawyer, they ask friends and their embassies for advice. 
 
Lists of local lawyers, handed out by embassies to their nationals upon request, are merely a suggestion and often list unscrupulous lawyers who habitually cheat clients. Unfortunately, treacherous lawyers remain on embassy lists many years after they have been roundly denounced and should have been disbarred and imprisoned.  
 
In the last resort, some foreigners, from the East as well as the West, have asked the Law Society of Thailand (LST), a private organization of local lawyers that provides free legal assistance to those who cannot afford it, for representation. 
 
However, the LST rarely helps foreigners. In almost every case, foreigners who contact the LST are given the runaround and dissuaded from trying to obtain legal help. LST officials pretend not to speak English. They skip appointments. They insist that all foreigners are rich and can afford to pay lawyers whereas Thais are poor and cannot. 

Nonetheless, the LST has on rare occasions provided lawyers to foreigners who could not find one even for hire. But the lawyers provided by the Law Society often cheat their clients and, in many cases, deliberately make matters worse for them. And they are covered by senior LST officers. It is useless to complain.
 
For the past several years, foreigners contacting the LST have been referred to a local American woman, Jane Puranananda, who works for a local law firm, Dej Udom, named after the firm's owner, Dej Udom Krairat. LST officials maintain that Ms. Puranananda will explain to them what is required of them. 
 
Indeed, Ms. Puranananda is listed as the law firm's contact. And her boss, Dej Udom, is currently also the president of the LST. Before becoming president, he was LST vice-president.
 
Ms. Puranananda has published a book on local textiles and is currently co-chairman of the advisory board of the James H. W. Thompson Foundation in Bangkok. 
 
Ms. Puranananda, however, seems to be under instructions to get rid of anyone referred to her by the LST. She gives them the runaround. She even claims that Dej Udom is not actually with the LST. In other words, she's part of a scam, with Dej Udom and other LST officials, and often corrupt government officials, to deny foreigners urgently required legal assistance. 
 
Ms. Puranananda is one of those Americans in Bangkok who thinks nothing of cheating other foreigners, including 
Americans, for local swindlers. Perhaps she thinks her connections, through her marriage to a Thai royal, place her beyond reproach? 
 
Ms. Puranananda should be charged with conspiracy and other felonious offenses, not just in Thailand but in the United States and other countries as well. 
 
Of course, Ms. Puranananda is not the first American woman in Bangkok to conspire with local Thais to cheat other Americans. But she is one that many people know about. The press should too.
 
Vance Lewin, Bangkok
email:
eastbywestvl@yahoo.com
 
Ed. note: The above letter was submitted to Thai English-language newspapers but editors refused to publish it. The letter was posted on the website forum of The Nation, Thailand's second biggest English-language daily, and drew several comments before the editors withdrew it, apparently at the request of one of Puranananda's associates or because the newspaper has conflicts of interests. The article and comments can be viewed at 
 
http://72.14.203.104/search?q=cache:i_E6BXRbXDEJ:vancelewin.tripod.com/index.html
+Vance+Lewin+website+about+Jane+Puranananda&hl
=en&ct=clnk&cd=2

A comment by Vance Lewin, December 9, 2006:
 
The above letter was sent to this website on November 6, 2005. I submitted it to Thailand's two major English-language daily newspapers, the Bangkok Post and The Nation. The Nation posted it on its on-line forum on January 16, 2006. The posting drew numerous comments before the editors removed it shortly afterward.
 
I sent the message to other newspapers and also posted it on a website,
http://vancelewin.tripod.com/.
 
Around the time of the September 19 coup d'etat in Thailand the website, along with many others that criticized the same lawyers and judicial officials, who have since resurfaced through appointments by the junta to high positions, was deleted by Lycos/Tripod, a South Korean company. 
 
Since then, I learned that one of the editors of The Nation was related to Ms. Puranananda's Thai husband and, also, that one of the editors was a client of the law firm, Dej-Udom & Associates. 
 
Further, a former staffer of The Nation informed me that the newspaper had working agreements with the law firm, Dej-Udom, the Law Society of Thailand, and the government's National Counter Corruption Commission. 
 
Considering other information that I have received, I believe that I have good reason to believe that The Nation, Dej-Udom and certain employees of the American Embassy in Bangkok were behind the website deletions.

I have posted the comment on another website,
http://vancelewinreposted.tripod.com/
 
If it is deleted again I will post it again. 
 
Vance Lewin
email:
eastbywestv@yahoo.com
website: http://vancelewinreposted.tripod.com/
 
For American Expatriates and Tourists in Thailand - Americans with legal problems in Thailand are easy prey for Thai mafiosi and American accomplices

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35    Message by you on Sun, 23rd Jan 2011 4:16 am
 
January 23, 2011

Dear Sir:

I have been asked by the family of Mr. Thomas to reply to your last message concerning the blocking of his website, John Thomas Again, by Lycos Tripod since late November or early December of last year, 2010. 
 
The website, posted in 2004, was blocked in September 2006 immediately after the coup d'etat. It was unblocked, more than a year later, when the coup leaders were clearly on their way out. 
 
The last coup d'etat in Thailand overthrew a populist tyrant who instituted democratic reforms never before seen in Thailand. The coup leaders undid the reforms to promote the influence of the military in government and return power and authority to a small increasingly unpopular group of old, entrenched mafias within the government,             , media and groups acting as NGO fronts. 
 
The website of Mr. Thomas was blocked because it exposed the Thai mafias and their operations. 
 
According to one of your earlier messages, an American expatriate living and working in Bangkok, Jane Puranananda, demanded the website's blockage. According to you, Ms. Puranananda claims that the website 
defames her.  
 
I wrote two letters to Mr. Thomas in 2005 about a serious matter in Thailand that American expatriates and American tourists had mentioned to me. I investigated their complaints and found them to be true. Mr. Thomas posted the letters on his website in 2005 (see below). 
 
Americans involved in legal matters with Thais in Thailand are often cheated by their Thai lawyers if pursuing a case on their own. Without the backing of a big corporation or high government officials, they are cheated. Eventually, they are harassed and intimidated by the police. 
Many are set up for arrest on false charges. Legal assistance is not available to them. They are denied diplomatic and consular assistance, too.

Often, Americans working at the American embassy in Bangkok or Americans working locally for Thai law firms and Thai companies join the Thais against the Americans pursuing legal matters against local Thais. They find it more convenient to do so. Or they are paid to do so. Or they are promised a continued stay and more work in Thailand if they do so. Ms. Puranananda is one such American expatriate. In her work for Dej Udom Krairat and the Law Society of Thailand, she has cheated Americans at the request of her Thai employers and associates. This is documented. There are recordings of telephone conversations and written correspondence.

What I have to say about Jane Puranananda is true. There is nothing defamatory about my remarks. She must know that. And she must know also that I can prove it. She would be very stupid to oblige me to present evidence Online. 
She is not kidding anyone. (Except you.)

There was no coup d'etat in Thailand before the blockage of the website this time. But I suspect Ms. Puranananda's friends are behind your recent blockage of the website. They are the same people who exploited the coup d'etat of 2006 for their own gains. 
 
My letters were posted more than five years ago. Why did Ms. Puranananda wait five years to complain to you? 
 
Recent developments indicate that Ms. Puranananda is complicit in pedophile and prostitution rings operated by the Thais she is associated with in her work and local social and cultural affairs. 
 
In the last few days Lycos Tripod has blocked dozens of websites that exposed pedophiles, pimps, kidnappers and traffickers in Thailand. 
 
Internet companies have been rightfully accused of conspiring with oppressive dictators against the public to remain in business in Third World countries. But the open complicity of Internet companies with pedophile rings is something new to me. 
 
It appears that Ms. Puranananda is being used by traffickers in women and children. So, too, is Lycos Tripod.

If the people whose websites you blocked have not complained to you already they will do soon. 

Lycos Tripod also blocked my website,
http://vancelewin.tripod.com/.  

Kindly remind Ms. Puranananda and her friends of the situation. They have nothing to gain by vandalizing websites that expose pedophile rings ------------. They have nothing to gain by vandalizing websites that post the names and photos of their victims. 
 
Kindly unblock the Mr. Thomas's site. 
 
Sincerely, 
 
Vance Lewin 
 
--------------------------------------- 
 
Comment from Vance Lewin in Bangkok, November 6, 2005: 
 
An American woman in Bangkok is in conspiracy with the Thai Mafia to commit crimes against foreigners, including other Americans. 
 
Photo of Jane Puranananda 
 
When foreigners in Thailand get into legal trouble and need a local lawyer, they ask friends and their embassies for advice.

Lists of local lawyers, handed out by embassies to their nationals upon request, are merely a suggestion and often list unscrupulous lawyers who habitually cheat clients. Unfortunately, treacherous lawyers remain on embassy lists many years after they have been roundly denounced and should have been disbarred and imprisoned.  
 
In the last resort, some foreigners, from the East as well as the West, have asked the Law Society of Thailand (LST), a private organization of local lawyers that provides free legal assistance to those who cannot afford it, for representation. 
 
However, the LST rarely helps foreigners. In almost every case, foreigners who contact the LST are given the runaround and dissuaded from trying to obtain legal help. LST officials pretend not to speak English. They skip appointments. They insist that all foreigners are rich and can afford to pay lawyers whereas Thais are poor and cannot. 

Nonetheless, the LST has on rare occasions provided lawyers to foreigners who could not find one even for hire. But the lawyers provided by the Law Society often cheat their clients and, in many cases, deliberately make matters worse for them. And they are covered by senior LST officers. It is useless to complain.

For the past several years, foreigners contacting the LST have been referred to a local American woman, Jane Puranananda, who works for a local law firm, Dej Udom, named after the firm's owner, Dej Udom Krairat. LST officials maintain that Ms. Puranananda will explain to them what is required of them. 

Indeed, Ms. Puranananda is listed as the law firm's contact. And her boss, Dej Udom, is currently also the president of the LST. Before becoming president, he was LST vice-president.

Ms. Puranananda has published a book on local textiles and is currently co-chairman of the advisory board of the James H. W. Thompson Foundation in Bangkok.

Ms. Puranananda, however, seems to be under instructions to get rid of anyone referred to her by the LST. She gives them the runaround. She even claims that Dej Udom is not actually with the LST. In other words, she's part of a scam, with Dej Udom and other LST officials, and often corrupt government officials, to deny foreigners urgently required legal assistance.

Ms. Puranananda is one of those Americans in Bangkok who thinks nothing of cheating other foreigners, including 
Americans, for local swindlers. Perhaps she thinks her connections, through her marriage to a Thai royal, place her beyond reproach? 
 
Ms. Puranananda should be charged with conspiracy and other felonious offenses, not just in Thailand but in the United States and other countries as well. 
 
Of course, Ms. Puranananda is not the first American woman in Bangkok to conspire with local Thais to cheat other Americans. But she is one that many people know about. The press should too.

Vance Lewin, Bangkok
email:
eastbywestvl@yahoo.com
 
Ed. note: The above letter was submitted to Thai English-language newspapers but editors refused to publish it. The letter was posted on the website forum of The Nation, Thailand's second biggest English-language daily, and drew several comments before the editors withdrew it, apparently at the request of one of Puranananda's associates or because the newspaper has conflicts of interests. The article and comments can be viewed at

http://72.14.203.104/search?q=cache:i_E6BXRbXDEJ:vancelewin.tripod.com/index.html
+Vance+Lewin+website+about+Jane+Puranananda&hl
=en&ct=clnk&cd=2 

A comment by Vance Lewin, December 9, 2006:

The above letter was sent to this website on November 6, 2005. I submitted it to Thailand's two major English-language daily newspapers, the Bangkok Post and The Nation. The Nation posted it on its on-line forum on January 16, 2006. The posting drew numerous comments before the editors removed it shortly afterward.

I sent the message to other newspapers and also posted it on a website,
http://vancelewin.tripod.com/
 
Around the time of the September 19 coup d'etat in Thailand the website, along with many others that criticized the same lawyers and judicial officials, who have since resurfaced through appointments by the junta to high positions, was deleted by Lycos/Tripod, a South Korean company. 
 
Since then, I learned that one of the editors of The Nation was related to Ms. Puranananda's Thai husband and, also, that one of the editors was a client of the law firm, Dej-Udom & Associates.

Further, a former staffer of The Nation informed me that the newspaper had working agreements with the law firm, Dej-Udom, the Law Society of Thailand, and the government's National Counter Corruption Commission.

Considering other information that I have received, I believe that I have good reason to believe that The Nation, Dej-Udom and certain employees of the American Embassy in Bangkok were behind the website deletions.

I have posted the comment on another website,
http://vancelewinreposted.tripod.com/
 
If it is deleted again I will post it again.

Vance Lewin
email:
eastbywestv@yahoo.com
website: http://vancelewinreposted.tripod.com/

For American Expatriates and Tourists in Thailand - Americans with legal problems in Thailand are easy prey for Thai mafiosi and American accomplices

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36    Message by our staff on Fri, 28th Jan 2011 12:07 pm
 
Good Morning,

Thank you for your patience. After speaking with our legal team your site has been brought back up. However, individuals on your site that wish to have their information taken down will have to get a court order to do so.

In order to release any information about our members or their accounts and or take down the account, we need to have been served with a subpoena, search warrant, or parallel legal documentation. In all cases, any available information may only be released to law enforcement officials or the legal entity that has drafted the subpoena.

Information on where to send subpoenas can be found at the following URL:

http://info.lycos.com/legal/legal.asp

Please contact us if you need any further assistance with your membership.

Stephan
Lycos Customer Service

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