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Everyone knows he's in the Philippines.  People talk about him traveling to all these other countries just to get a good laugh.  He likes to play the big spender so people will look up to him but actually he has low income compared to most foreigners living in the Philippines.  Just one short trip to one country would be all he could afford.  He hasn't left the Philippines since 2006 when he was forced to leave.

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I believe in 2006 other people paid as well as there was a whip round to pay his fines and back payments to BOI.
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Not to be contrariety but if back fines and fees were paid why would he have been forced to leave the country ? It's my understanding that not paying is the reason one is told to leave the country and blacklisted . As for being blacklisted know of at least two cases where people have come back into the country after being blacklisted .

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Quote from: Ozepete on April 12, 2012, 01:45:14 PMIf someone wants to run a book, my money will be on Negros  ::)

Last thing we know for sure was he was on his way to Mindanao. He then started talking about leaving to see his 'sick' friend. I still think that is where he is.
Some say his scrotum has its own small gravity field...

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Well, I must say all this speculation is good for a laugh. At least one of you is right, you guess which one.

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Paul has never stopped posting long enough to make a trip to America or any of the other countries he wants you to believe he is in.  And, he has always posted on Filipino time.  His posting times never changed and are still the same as when he lived in Carcar, Cebu Province.  You can bet, he hasn't gone far and his head will pop up when Jinky turns 18 and he thinks its safe.

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What's always baffled me is how he got to stay in Australia for a year when he's wanted in the States.

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He's a low grade criminal so there hasn't been much effort put in catching him, plus paying bribes is part of his life style.

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QuoteA few days after Bill died, my wife called his girlfriend. She thought Bill would be cremated two days after his death, but to our surprise she was still waitng on approval from the US Embassy.

To my knowledge his body is still there.

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Quote from: Fatty2x on April 13, 2012, 09:59:11 AMWhat's always baffled me is how he got to stay in Australia for a year when he's wanted in the States.
Has it occurred to you that maybe he isn't wanted in the USA?

Also, I am quite sure that any criminal would have their passport revoked and I am confident that you can't bribe immigration in Australia or New Zealand.

I definitely know Paul was in Australia as Perry Gamsby and myself met Paul at the airport in Sydney. Paul stayed with me for a while in Griffith.

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Not to be contrariety but if back fines and fees were paid why would he have been forced to leave the country ? It's my understanding that not paying is the reason one is told to leave the country and blacklisted . As for being blacklisted know of at least two cases where people have come back into the country after being blacklisted .

It was a 3 year over stay. All long term over stayers are black listed.

Then, as you say, you serve your black list term and they allow you back in.


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Having your Passport revoked and having your Passport physically taken away from you so you can't travel internationally are two different things.  Immigration at Philippine Airports have no way of knowing if arriving passengers Passports have been revoked.  How do you think criminals from other countries are always coming to the Philippines.  If the passenger has a Passport in his hand and it hasn't expired then it must be valid.  Some criminals live here many years before anyone knew they came here.

Jim raised an interesting question.  When someone is blacklisted from the Philippines, does the blacklist order specify how long the person is blacklisted?  I have read were people were permanently blacklisted but I don't remember anyone being blacklisted for 1 year, 5 years or 10 years.  I know its possible so I will ask Immigration this question. 

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No doubt its a discretion thing on Blacklisting as I am sure people have been removed in the past no doubt for various reasons. A lot of the passport issues and "revoking" seems to happen on renewals as its not in the Philippines interest to deal with other Embassy problems such as "old passports" although do wonder what would happen if there was someone on the watchlist who was actually caught at Visa renewals. Never known of it happening generally people enter and let the visas expire disappearing into the wilderness until they are located for one reason or another generally "other crimes" while here.
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If you want to know more about being blacklisted from the Philippines, the best place to look is the BOI website.  The link below will take you to 4 pages of cases where foreigners were blacklisted.  I haven't read all of them yet, but the ones I have read didn't say anything about temporarily blacklisting anyone.  Blacklisting seems to be permanent unless you can prove in court that your name should be removed from the list.

http://immigration.gov.ph/index.php?option=com_search&Itemid=99999999&searchword=blacklist&searchphrase=any&ordering=newest&limit=30&limitstart=0

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Quote from: sibbick1 on April 14, 2012, 02:31:10 AMHas it occurred to you that maybe he isn't wanted in the USA?

Define "glib". I could never hope to have the elevated level of intimacy you share with your good friend, thus I accede to your superior knowledge on the matter.

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Where is Paul Petrea is it Laos or Thailand? Well his Proxy can't make its mind up for him so no doubt neither! Proxy servers are pretty common on the web for getting round things such as being able to watch local TV abroad. But several people have messaged me regarding Paul's IP's on a website and I just wanted to explain it all in here as it saves sending multiple emails :-

174.122.19.130 - Is from Planet (LinC's server)
74.52.223.66 - THE PLANET AGAIN
98.137.34.46 - Is YAHOO MAIL.
119.42.125.27 - IS in Thailand but its also been marked for SPAM as a mail server :- http://www1.projecthoneypot.net/ip_119.42.125.27 (Could be a fake proxy)

THIS IS THE MESSAGE BELOW IN ITS CODE STATE :-
Notice every connection says this :- signum.websitewelcome.com
So I searched for it online then traced everything on the same server, surprise surprise signum.websitewelcome.com is in the U.S.
What else is on the same computer server as that? cebuwebsitehosting.com odd why this web domain conveniently sits on the same server! Guess who owns that website and is sending mail via servers http://who.securepaynet.net/whois.aspx?domain=cebuwebsitehosting.com&prog_id=megacheapdomains

A Mr Woody Petrea!

 
Paul's message in code state :-

From cebu@... Sun Apr 08 09:03:16 2012
Return-Path:
X-Sender: cebu@...
X-Apparently-To: SOS_Philippines@yahoogroups.com
X-Received: (qmail 96588 invoked from network); 8 Apr 2012 16:03:15 -0000
X-Received: from unknown (98.137.34.46)
by m3.grp.sp2.yahoo.com with QMQP; 8 Apr 2012 16:03:15 -0000
X-Received: from unknown (HELO gateway03.websitewelcome.com) (74.52.223.66)
by mta3.grp.sp2.yahoo.com with SMTP; 8 Apr 2012 16:03:15 -0000
X-Received: by gateway03.websitewelcome.com (Postfix, from userid 5007)
id 96C832CCDE877; Sun, 8 Apr 2012 11:03:15 -0500 (CDT)
X-Received: from signum.websitewelcome.com (signum.websitewelcome.com [174.122.19.130])
by gateway03.websitewelcome.com (Postfix) with ESMTP id 8C0A32CCDE847
for ; Sun, 8 Apr 2012 11:03:15 -0500 (CDT)
X-Received: from [119.42.125.27] (port=3594 helo=TOSHIBA)
by signum.websitewelcome.com with esmtpsa (TLSv1:RC4-MD5:128)
(Exim 4.69)
(envelope-from )

The site the emails are coming from is owned by HostGator the same host as LinC.
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