In Thailand, the police refused to release bloggers Alex Leslie and Cindy Fish bail

In Thailand, the police refused to release bloggers Alex Leslie and Cindy Fish bail

The Thai Pattaya police refused to release on bail during the preliminary inquiry help Alexander and Anastasia Kirillova, Vashukevich, better known under the alias Alex Leslie and Anastasia Rybka. TASS reported on Tuesday a source in law enforcement bodies resort of Pattaya.

“They tried to arrange bail, but was refused. Now out on bail detained only by court decision”, — said the Agency interlocutor. He also noted that, under local law, the hearing at which bloggers would be charged and dealt with the question of bail, to be held on February 27.

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Kirillov and Vashukevich and eight more detained together with them, charged Thai police in illegal labor activities in the territory of the Kingdom.

Thai law allows detainees out on bail for the period of police custody, and later for the period of investigation and trial.

As previously reported, ten people — nine Russians and one citizen of Lithuania — was taken into custody in Thailand on Sunday for carrying out illegal sex-training. One of the organizers of this event, which took part in more than 40 Russian tourists, — Alexander Kirillov and Anastasia Vashkevich. For illegal employment in Thailand, provides imprisonment up to two years and/or fined up to 100 thousand baht (more than $3 million). As a rule, local authorities are limited to a fine and deportation.

9 Feb businessman Oleg Deripaska has filed a lawsuit against Vashukevich and Kirillov in connection with the placement in social media content relating to the personal life of the owner without his consent. We are talking about private pictures showing Deripaska and his recordings of conversations made secretly, which revealed details of his private life. The entrepreneur claims that he did not give consent to disclosure of personal information.