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Police said Burmese maid shot herself in right side - but lawyer says she was left handed


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21 minutes ago, yannic said:

If you want to kill yourself with a pistol, why would you should yourself in the side??? I guess you would use the chin or head, no?

Good point. Not the mouth though; in case you bit off more than you could chew, dropping the gun shooting yourself in the foot.

 

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I agree with just about most of what has already been written.  But it would be interesting to know a little more about the young lady.   There is no wealth of detail.  The employers - what do they say?  Depressed because the sister went or was going back to Burma??There has to be a lot more to the story.

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4 hours ago, chrisinth said:

I am left handed but always shoot with my right, pistol & rifle. Always have.

 

So to me, that is debatable.

 

What I don't understand is the fact that there were two shell casings found, one wound and no report of finding the missing second (actually first) bullet remains and path.

As with bearboxers reply... you are both obviously regular shooters, and bearboxers reply clearly demonstrates the why of it (for regular or experienced shooters)

 

this would not apply to a burmese maid who would naturally use her dominant hand.... to do otherwise would be highly irregular. (Assuming of course, that she herself isn’t a regular shooter.... but then, if she were, she would likely use her own sidearm)

 

seems like just another dead farang by suicide.... with luck, this form of scrutiny may make automatic suicide assumptions less likely.... always providing that the lawyer doesn’t commit suicide before any investigations goes much further

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7 hours ago, cornishcarlos said:

I'm right handed but pretty sure I could pull a trigger with my left hand !! However, the lawyer is probably on the ball with this case... Good on him

She was left handed so shot herself in the RIGHT side by choice, and used her RIGHT hand by choice - I don't think so! And I wonder if her fingerprints are on her employers safe? Too many unanswered questions in my opinion - shades of Koh Tao perchance?

 "These people come to work in our country legally but they are clearly not adequately protected under the law".

 

And I agree with what you say about the lawyer, but he needs to watch his back!

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So why 2 shell casings?

 

Usually the victim isn't able to shoot themselves twice.

 

my guess is on sucessful suicides, the  gun falls way from  the hand upon hitting the floor...

 

a a real investigator would have  a good idea whether suicide or not based on uncontaminated findings...

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5 hours ago, chrisinth said:

I am left handed but always shoot with my right, pistol & rifle. Always have.

 

So to me, that is debatable.

 

What I don't understand is the fact that there were two shell casings found, one wound and no report of finding the missing second (actually first) bullet remains and path.

Well, you might, but I too am left handed and I shoot with my left, pistol or rifle to my left shoulder. Always have.

 

So how many 17 year old Burmese maids living in Thailand do you think can operate a pistol using either hand?

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15 minutes ago, Bundooman said:

Well, you might, but I too am left handed and I shoot with my left, pistol or rifle to my left shoulder. Always have.

 

So how many 17 year old Burmese maids living in Thailand do you think can operate a pistol using either hand?

And not too many 17 year old Burmese maids know how to load a gun, and how to switch the safety off.

 

   Why does that all smell fishy? Can't you smell that smell, the smell is around you? 

 

+ 1  I'm left handed and I shoot with my left hand. Trying to shoot with my right hand gives me a creepy feeling. 

 

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In other countries they can find the killer 30 years after the event, here they could not find a 2000bt note in an empty room

 

Burmese

 

they have a fixation that only they kill people as no Thai could do this

 

Now I can see why they expect 900.000 expats to visit the hospital very soon, a report off another site.

 

Land of the Bu>>>>>>

 

Simply cannot be done try it, but with out the gun being loaded please

 

If you are a farang you count for nothing here.

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