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German tourist savagely raped and murdered on Koh Si Chang - Thai man charged

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2 minutes ago, Prairieboy said:

I am constantly amazed at how police are able to elicit a confession from 'suspects'.  Is there a secret interrogation method they use?

 

A very nasty crime and a sad end to a young ladies life.

Assuming these people are the perpetrators I would say it's usually a lack of intelligence in being able to deny the crime. It's not easy even for very clever people to get away with murder, right?

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16 minutes ago, Prairieboy said:

I am constantly amazed at how police are able to elicit a confession from 'suspects'.  Is there a secret interrogation method they use?

 

A very nasty crime and a sad end to a young ladies life.

If the plastic bag method does not work,it's on to the boiling water....joking of cause😉

regards Worgeordie

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34 minutes ago, scorecard said:

And what happened to the laws that suspects faces are not allowed to be shown until proven guilty?

he has admitted guilt

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20 minutes ago, ezzra said:

Take any country with tens of millions of visitors every year of whom many are solo female travelers, and if said country is somewhat third world place like Thailand populated with neanderthal human trash scums such as the man above and the inevitable will happen... 

probably denisovan

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1 hour ago, impulse said:

It's amazing what people will cop to when you have a positive lead on the left nut and negative lead on the right one.

Guess you're right, but it should be easy to check if he's guilty or not. DNA, fingerprints etc.

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Will have to google Ko si chang , on my map of Land of Smog it looks like KSC is on the main road to Patts. But hey if it is an island why do ladies still have to go to any island here on their own ?

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7 minutes ago, SammyT said:

RIP young lady. You should have been safe to travel the world. NZ recently had a similar case where a young british backpacker was raped and murdered. It attracted world headlines and hopefully this does too. 

 

No amount of taxi drivers giving back some valuables found will help offset the PR damage this does to Thailand. 

Exactly. I told my daughter, who is a 5 foot tall Asian expat and backpacker all over Asia, to avoid NZ because of violence against women.

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16 minutes ago, Gecko123 said:

My advice to women travelling in Thailand would be to exercise a higher degree of caution than you may have believed was adequate in the past. I believe the incidence of sexual assaults against women may be on the rise in Thailand. While the vast majority of Thai men are totally decent blokes, there is a growing underclass of Thai men who, having fallen through the cracks of the educational system and been raised in home environments with poor or non-existent parental supervision, often struggle to be reliable bread winners and to form households, have poor impulse control skills, and turn to alcohol and drug abuse to dull the reality of their lives, all risk factors which raise the risk of sexual assault. My reason for suspecting this may be a growing problem is that both income inequality and urbanization trends are accelerating, and these trends are exacerbating the number of children raised in single-parent or no-parent families, particularly in rural areas.

wouldn't '  beware of the scum '  been simpler to write.

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