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DEATH ISLAND RIDDLE:  Koh Tao mystery deepens as ‘healthy’ dad becomes TENTH Westerner to die in suspicious circumstances

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30 minutes ago, bannork said:

Dimiti also wrote a suicide note in French.

If Valentina is dead, which we cannot presume, it is almost certainly from diving.

Christina's Facebook account described the dangerous mixtures of drinks and alcohol she was taking.

Luke believed in yolo- you only live once. Pictures on his facebook showed him living life to the full and dangerously.

 

You claimed that there is not a grain of evidence to suggest murder in any of these cases. 

 

Having your hands tied behind your back when hanged is a grain of evidence to suggest murder, a note can be forced.

 

Going missing is not evidence of murder, I accept that, but it is unusual that she hasn't turned up.

 

Having a head wound and bruises all over your body before drowning in a pool is a grain of evidence to suggest murder, living life to the fullest does nothing to negate that.

 

Christina may have posted on facebook that she had taken Tramadol, but there actually is a grain of evidence to suggest murder that you choose to miss out, and that is that she was with someone the night before she was found dead, and that person didn't leave until the morning, the resort had the CCTV, that is how they know that he stayed the night, but then they lost the footage.

 

Its odd that you choose to gloss over these cases by missing out crucial parts such as the hands being tied, the lost tapes, and the head wound, and instead keep reinforcing your belief that there isn't a grain of evidence, in any Western country there would have been proper investigations, there would have been autopsies, the footage wouldn't have mysteriously gone missing, but here where there things happen you use that to bolster your claim that there was never any evidence.

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2 minutes ago, Kieran00001 said:

 

You claimed that there is not a grain of evidence to suggest murder in any of these cases. 

 

Having your hands tied behind your back when hanged is a grain of evidence to suggest murder, a note can be forced.

 

Going missing is not evidence of murder, I accept that, but it is unusual that she hasn't turned up.

 

Having a head wound and bruises all over your body before drowning in a pool is a grain of evidence to suggest murder, living life to the fullest does nothing to negate that.

 

Christina may have posted on facebook that she had taken Tramadol, but there actually is a grain of evidence to suggest murder that you choose to miss out, and that is that she was with someone the night before she was found dead, and that person didn't leave until the morning, the resort had the CCTV, that is how they know that he stayed the night, but then they lost the footage.

 

Its odd that you choose to gloss over these cases by missing out crucial parts such as the hands being tied, the lost tapes, and the head wound, and instead keep reinforcing your belief that there isn't a grain of evidence, in any Western country there would have been proper investigations, there would have been autopsies, the footage wouldn't have mysteriously gone missing, but here where there things happen you use that to bolster your claim that there was never any evidence.

I am not the one claiming 'a bloody roll call of victims' as The Sun is.

Unfortunately suicide by hanging with the hands loosely tied behind the back is not that uncommon. Enclosed a link from Turkey-sad  and gruesome stuff. 

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/24035521_Precautions_Taken_to_Avoid_Abandoning_the_Act_of_Hanging_and_Reducing_Pain_in_Suicidal_Hanging_Cases

I think it is almost certain Valentina Novozhyonova died drowning. Her mother mentioned her love of freediving. Unfortunately coming from central Russia she had only dived in a swimming pool before going to Koh Tao.

In the last days of her life Christina complained how unwell she was feeling. She was drinking alcohol, quite a lot if I remember her facebook posts right, and mixing pills.

Did Luke Miller dive into the pool from a nearby ledge drunk? There were no witnesses so it is impossible to say.

Parents never want to believe their own child died due to his or her own recklessness. It's perhaps too much to bear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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'The father-of-one’s family in Ingolstadt, Germany, said authorities told them he died of “heart failure” or had been “bitten by a snake” ...'

 

They couldn't even work out which? 

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9 minutes ago, Kieran00001 said:

 

Other potential scenarios do not translate to their being no single grain of evidence to suggest murder, in most countries they would have been investigated and there would have been autopsies, you are happy with facebook posts, which says something about you not the cases.

All these deaths were gone over in great detail and argued through at the time. 

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I was there in 1995 and 2000 it was fantastic  but now I went back in 2010 and wow its  dangerous.  Such a shame lovely island ruined by greed.  

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3 minutes ago, maddox41 said:

I was there in 1995 and 2000 it was fantastic  but now I went back in 2010 and wow its  dangerous.  Such a shame lovely island ruined by greed.  

why dangerous?

 

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17 minutes ago, Kieran00001 said:

 

No they weren't, you made that up. 

 

They made claims about what substance killed one of them without doing a toxicology report, scrolling though someones facebook feed is not going over the case in great detail. 

 

They surmised that another had drowned and put it down to misadventure whilst ignoring that he had bruises all over his body and a head wound, immediately reaching the easiest to solve conclusion is not going over the case in great detail.

 

Another had the CCTV looked at, a man seen entering in the night and leaving in the morning, and then the CCTV footage was lost and no explanation was offered and that was just accepted.  Ignoring the clear tampering of evidence is not going over the case in great detail.

 

 

I meant they were gone over in great detail at the time on Thai Visa at the time.

A man entering the room and leaving in the morning. He could have been a causal lover, a traveller, a Thai or a Burmese worker .Perhaps she had died in the night and he didn't want to get involved.

Were there any injuries to the body? No Was she feeling unwell? Yes. Was she mixing alcohol and drugs? Yes.

 

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3 minutes ago, bannork said:

I meant they were gone over in great detail at the time on Thai Visa at the time.

A man entering the room and leaving in the morning. He could have been a causal lover, a traveller, a Thai or a Burmese worker .Perhaps she had died in the night and he didn't want to get involved.

Were there any injuries to the body? No Was she feeling unwell? Yes. Was she mixing alcohol and drugs? Yes.

 

 

Yes, I already made clear that other possible scenarios do not equate to their being not a grain of evidence to suggest murder, the missing tape is the point, not that fact that there was a man in her room, the fact that the CCTV tape with the evidence of the man being in her room mysteriously vanished and the investigation team accepted that and closed the case.

 

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12 minutes ago, JLCrab said:

And  if you read the Samui Times coverage, what is at play here is a rift between the family in Germany and the estranged legal Thai wife, who is also in Germany, and is in control of the legal situation in Thailand.

http://www.samuitimes.com/yet-another-suspicious-death-on-koh-tao-a-k-a-death-island/

Reading the comments below that article, Adam Murphy, a close friend of the owner of Samui Times, comes across as almost deranged. 

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