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


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1 hour ago, Happy Grumpy said:

 

Many people die while on holiday.

 

It's probably more common % wise to die during a 2-3 week holiday that if safe and sound in your house. 

Any more made up stats?

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4 hours ago, DLW Thailand said:

Wow - That was Quick- I couldn’t find my car keys so fast sometimes - 😌

I young life ended and 1 young life destroyed - totally meaningless.

 

Excellent police work.

 

RIP to the victim

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in the land of cheap sex slaves, people still need to go rape children, women, sometimes old people in hospital ...

 

sick sick THAILAND

 

yes, it happens also in other countries, but here you find openly tricks on every street corner

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Just now, rwill said:

This is sad and terrible.  I don't know why people feel the need to speculate on something they really know no facts of.

Seriously? It's the most common activity known to mankind

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5 hours ago, scorecard said:

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

Apparently he's confessed - so he's guilty - right? 

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1 minute ago, sambum said:

Apparently he's confessed - so he's guilty - right? 

Not so sure about that. For Thailand I don't know if the case still has to go through a court, in some countries it does, as a check and balance to ensure it wasn't a forced confession.

 

And let's be realistic, forces confessions and scapegoats are par for the course here, for decades.

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55 minutes ago, off road pat said:

let's check the DNA tests before condemning him to death...!?

 "If proven guilty the suspect will face the death sentence without any doubt at all."

 

What part of "If proven guilty" do you not understand?

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4 minutes ago, scorecard said:

Not so sure about that. For Thailand I don't know if the case still has to go through a court, in some countries it does, as a check and balance to ensure it wasn't a forced confession.

 

And let's be realistic, forces confessions and scapegoats are par for the course here, for decades.

The "right?" was a tongue in cheek comment, as implied by the "?"

 

 

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Foreigners be careful. Whoever uses this tragic incident to tarnish the reputation of this or any other island paradise in LOS may be banned for life entering the country.

Now it's overtime for the "honest cabby department" again.

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