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Koh Phangan: Myanmar guy has all the excuses but the evidence points to guilt

 

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Police on the holiday island of Koh Phangan in Thailand's south arrested a 23 year old man from Myanmar after a spate of thefts from foreigners in bungalows and hotel rooms. 

 

The Mia So had been seen scaling a wall and was found in possession of a lot of incriminating items, reported Naew Na. 

 

Nevertheless, he has denied that he is a thief.

 

A group of foreigners staying in Ban Thong Sala went to the island police on Monday and the constabulary with the help of a phu yai ban soon stopped and searched the suspect who was found in possession of a phone, necklace, 1,160 baht and a black wallet. 

 

A check on his room uncovered gold rings and bracelets, an iPad, wrist watch and foreign currency. 

 

The owner of a bungalow development said he had seen the suspect climbing a wall and asked him what he was doing. He said he was coming for a look as it looked like a nice place. 

 

There had earlier been a theft there. 

 

One foreigner identified items as his and a picture of foreign currency on the suspect's phone was his cash.

 

The suspect claimed he was not a thief and had a job earning 12,000 baht a month as a cleaner. He claimed to have gone to the bungalow to see a foreign friend.

 

Regarding the wallet he said he found that at the Full Moon Party and it contained no money. The picture of the foreign currency on his phone was cash he had got in tips. 

 

Police dismissed all this as nonsense and detained him on a charge of theft. 

 

Source: Naew Na

 

 

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3 hours ago, grumbleweed said:

Two of his compatriots have been sentenced to death on less evidence

His only hope now is they don't pin every theft since his conception on him.

BS there was evidence inside the victims  body. Your believing  mediaies

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11 hours ago, webfact said:

He said he was coming for a look as it looked like a nice place. 

 

Well you do don't you. You see a nice place and rather than go through the gate you climb over the wall. Happens every day.

 

 

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4 hours ago, BigC said:

BS there was evidence inside the victims  body. Your believing  mediaies

No there wasn't. No evidence other than one piece of A4 with crossing out and scribbles was presented to the court. No credible cross examination was allowed. Anyway this was Koh Tao not Koh Phangan.

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20 hours ago, webfact said:

The suspect claimed he was not a thief and had a job earning 12,000 baht a month as a cleaner. He claimed to have gone to the bungalow to see a foreign friend

He was telling the truth.... but it wasn't the floors he was cleaning up !

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19 hours ago, Briggsy said:

No there wasn't. No evidence other than one piece of A4 with crossing out and scribbles was presented to the court. No credible cross examination was allowed. Anyway this was Koh Tao not Koh Phangan.

Yes there  was allot if evidence against them verg very strong. Hence why  fake news  is very serious. Can lead a herd of buffaloes to the slaughter  house

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10 hours ago, BigC said:

Yes there  was allot if evidence against them verg very strong. Hence why  fake news  is very serious. Can lead a herd of buffaloes to the slaughter  house

Great post. The punctuation, grammar, spelling, reasoning, supportive evidence and narrative flow help in its persuasiveness. Now I am truly convinced.

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