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I do wonder what are the conditions of bail ? Do you have to report everyday and Passport withheld. Anyway, how did he get out quite probably in a neighbouring country.

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8 hours ago, PoorSucker said:

If he reaches Norway he will not be extradited. 

They don’t extradite to countries with death penalty. 

Right and maybe he can get a fair trail without any corrupted judge and jury .

We have yet to hear Mr. Bullman's statement, he was stabbed in the shoulder prior to the choke grip if I remember right.

My impression of Indian businessmen are mixed, mostly they are provocative, rude, intrusive and not afraid to insult strangers.

I'm talking about the tailor shop Indians in Phuket, Pattaya, Bangkok, Singapore and Hong-Kong.

Anybody who have been approach by an Indian salesman on the sidewalk or shoppingsenter can confirm this.

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Yes maybe but your assessment does not reflect Amiraj who was staying with his wife at this expensive hotel and was a computer consultant or something.

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37 minutes ago, MadMuhammad said:

I’m not here to make assumptions on what did and didn’t happen, I’m merely stating the fact that the victim having a weapon aggravates the situation. 

 

To reply to your imaginary situation informing the police that you would kill an intruder next time would immediately have you charged with murder. 

I don’t know about Thai law or what country you’re from but I’d be confident to say reasonable and proportionate force plays are part in any self defence here or anywhere in the world. Pre-planned violence and that above and beyond what is immediately required to subdue an assailant would immediately have you defending yourself in a court of law.

 

I genuinely hope you’re never put in the situation you described as you will be spending some time in prison if you don’t know how to give a believable and concise statement to the police 

Ive already been there and done that. Well straight up told the police what i will do if something happens again. And yes it was a very violent action inwas admiting. And i told them too that if you dont like it then do your jobs so i dont have to be in a situation where i need to take such extreme actions to secure my personal safety. 

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That infamous slogan of TM30 can be re-written

 Good guys in, Bad guys out on bail. 

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Why such a stink? 

Get your own people back, lock 'em up and process them through your courts FIRST. Some really sweet cookies spring to mind murdering police officers on duty or driving without license many years ago, get a suspended jail sentence and some hours of community work and NOT giving a hoot. 

The Norwegian must face the music, no about about that but MIND-BOGGLING is, that the red alert is out (actually quite slow in my opinion) while many other gangsters, thieves and highway robbers with Thai citizenship roam the planet as being on a lifelong holiday! 

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10 hours ago, stevenl said:

Possibility of death penalty can be waived.

I'm not sure the death penalty applies in this case.  He has been charged with "manslaughter" only rather than 1st degree murder.

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9 hours ago, Bentley333 said:

Given the gravity of the offence I am sure a few brown envelopes passed hands to secure his freedom.

 

The man clearly has a propensity for violence and poses a significant risk to the public.

The Phuket police claim they kept his passport so how has he managed to do a runner?  If he's hiding out in Cambodia, or Vietnam as another poster suggested, how did he get there without a passport?  Someone must have helped him and no doubt money was involved.

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7 minutes ago, IslandLover said:

The Phuket police claim they kept his passport so how has he managed to do a runner?  If he's hiding out in Cambodia, or Vietnam as another poster suggested, how did he get there without a passport?  Someone must have helped him and no doubt money was involved.

Maybe a boat is missing somewhere?

 

https://www.thephuketnews.com/aussie-jumps-bail-for-assaulting-female-cabin-crew-steals-phuket-yacht-to-sail-home-68418.php#8t5OMO7ZhxsJSvAs.97

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10 minutes ago, ExpatOilWorker said:

With money and connections it's easy to do a runner, I guess he is either in Laos, Cambodia or Burma. 

Difficult to get on a plane without passport.

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8 hours ago, MadMuhammad said:

While I admit I haven’t followed this closely I do remember the victim had a weapon and the alleged perpetrator received a stab wound? 

I agree it would have been a smart idea to hold the Norwegian if it was a clear cut case of murder but I see many people released on bail for manslaughter, which in this case is a very real possibility from what I can gather. 

The victim tried to defend himself with a "butter knife" grabbed from inside his hotel room, which actually bent in half while the brute was choking him from behind! Hardly a vicious stab wound with a deadly weapon.  The Phuket police have now admitted this after examining forensic evidence, despite the perpetrator telling them he was attacked first.  

 

Just stating facts.

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15 hours ago, webfact said:

Bullman, a bodyguard from Oslo and also a martial arts expert,

he was on meth, i guess!

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6 hours ago, friend of siam said:

the norwegian said it was self defense because the british indian man attacked him w. a. knife ..

u need a court decision before jumping to solutions / a la horrible crime ? / ..

now as he jumped bail this is not looking good...the saga to be continued..as always in thailand there is much more to the story than the part that meets the public eye. 

The truth of the matter is the Norwegian man attacked first and the British victim tried to defend himself with a "butter knife" grabbed from inside his hotel room.  The Phuket police have now admitted this after examining forensic evidence.  The Norwegian man was hardly wounded as the knife bent in half due to its flimsy construction.  He held the victim from behind in a choke hold and the victim tried to defend himself.

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2 minutes ago, Pique Dard said:

he was on meth, i guess!

Or steroids.  He was also allegedly drunk.

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