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BANGKOK 22 April 2019 09:33
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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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This latest mystery emerging from Koh Tao will do nothing to improve confidence for tourists considering this island as a holiday destination.

 

You'd think the folks in charge would want to clear up the confusion if a snake happened to be the killer.

 

Procrastination helps no one.

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there is no 'Mystery'....only the samui times and a few here are determined to see it as that, this happened nearly2 weeks before those idiots got hold of the info.

 

 

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The Thai authorities kept it quiet as usual. The German media first produced the article and  the family only spoke to media after some of their own investigations ie speaking to German police , can not believe people still go to death island! Even more unbelievable are the apologists on here like Frank (no doubt a diver on Kt)!

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Frank Jos and co

Do some research find out where the original article came from.

You are proving you are nothing but a troll or on the mafia/police payroll.

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3 hours ago, jimmynewbie said:

Frank Jos and co

Do some research find out where the original article came from.

You are proving you are nothing but a troll or on the mafia/police payroll.

  hows cambodia jimmynewbie/adam?

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13 hours ago, pattayadgw said:

When are people going to realize.... 'STAY AWAY FROM THAT ISLAND'!!!

Yet your SN suggests Patters and your location is given as Phuket..?

 

Image result for the saint

 

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On 7/10/2018 at 3:52 AM, JLCrab said:

Why? Because I lived through the 'Son of Sam' serial murders in New York City 1976-77 when a city of millions of people were scared silly to go outside at night lest they get their heads blown off with a high-powered hand gun. Anyone who lived through anything like that knows that what is called 'serial killings' here is a mockery to anyone who lived through the real thing.

 

  So one could say you went from Son of Sam to the sun of Siam ?

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What is the population of NY compared to Koh Tao? Nonsense comment! The Thais call it Ghost Island and many are scared to visit

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Koh Tao operates outside of Thai law. The island does what it likes and the local families there who control everything are simply the descendants of coconut pickers and pirates.

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3 hours ago, Spectator2020 said:

Does anyone else get the impression that Bernd Grotsch's death is being swept under the carpet? 

No, it's only you. 

 

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On 7/25/2018 at 8:25 PM, evadgib said:

Yet your SN suggests Patters and your location is given as Phuket..?

 

Image result for the saint

 

Classic Roger Moore at a moment of high drama - both eyebrows twitching!

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1 hour ago, Sir Dude said:

Koh Tao operates outside of Thai law. The island does what it likes and the local families there who control everything are simply the descendants of coconut pickers and pirates.

I imagine all the local inhabitants of the  southern islands are descendants of coconut pickers or fishermen. After all what jobs were there on the islands pre-tourism?  No doubt there were pirates too but I doubt that was restricted to only Koh Tao.

 

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