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German man arrested in Chonburi for allegedly dumping woman’s body in canal

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17 hours ago, fforest1 said:

So he did not know she was dead but thought heck since she was not around I might as well just help myself to her pension money? And no need to report her missing? Never mind not keeping that bothersome old visa current...

 

But come on guys it took you 9 months? To move the case this far?? 

brown envolopes running dry maybe?

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I can't see much on the german Guy's side..... But I can see a lot against him, Living a good life off somebody else's pension and keeping up his Thai girl with her money.... So I feel that the German guy's luck just ran out....... and 'Rightly so'.......   He wasn't earning his way in life' but sadly using another persons money 'Unjustly'....... 'Som Nam Na' (Thai language for: "he got what he deserved")

Low Lifes come from every country..... Thailand attracts a few of them BUT they are all over the world ...... Equally........

 

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4 minutes ago, Roel said:

The body was identified through a DNA-test and dental records. 

 

But whether or not the quarrel resulted in murder, we can not say at this moment of time".

 

Whether it really was an accident, or murder should now been brought to light by the medical examination.

I readed on another site that they found the body of Mrs. Schaefer in January. 

 

And still to now they don't find out how she died? To carry out a death examination 9 months after finding the body, there is probably only in Thailand !!!

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Update: "Cruel" German lived off compatriot's pension then dumped her when she died
 
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Picture: Naew Na
 
Naew Na reported that a German man called Richard has been charged with concealing, moving and damaging a corpse as well as being on overstay in Thailand. 
 

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4 hours ago, harrycallahan said:

Shouldn't be dumping bodies in the canal - it's ver boten'.

Perhaps he couldn't find a "Bio Tonne". 

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16 hours ago, Matzzon said:

If the girlfriend tells the tale on him. He´s toast and long gone. No more using granny´s pay check for this dude.

 

Not saying it isn´t true, because all the trash seems to find it´s way to Thailand. We don´t need more!

Better just put this one in a coffin too, and send him one way over the Pacific Ocean.

And the equally trashy girlfriend will now have to find another ATM (alive or dead) to live off, too.

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My thoughts excactly , the thai girlfriend knew it since januari already excactly what had happened but did not come foreward , so i geuss she was happy to spend the poor womans pension together with this scumbag and maybe now he had a new girlfriend so she's telling on him ??? Maybe she needs jailtime as well . 

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R.I.P. Dear lady

 

sickening the things will do... 

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19 hours ago, fforest1 said:

So he did not know she was dead but thought heck since she was not around I might as well just help myself to her pension money? And no need to report her missing? Never mind not keeping that bothersome old visa current...

 

But come on guys it took you 9 months? To move the case this far?? 

Yes, he was waiting on new shipment of Brown envelopes.

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13 hours ago, Seth1a2a said:

Bottom line?... It would appear she grassed him up out of the fear she could be the next one helping grass grow.   Some people actually have a conscience in spite of the benefits of greed . Glad to see the girlfriend thought this one through.

 

conscience after 9 months?

i suspect her motives were somewhat less altruistic.

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3 hours ago, Beggar said:

The immigration should make an internet site where all people with long time overstay are listed with photos. Reward for reporting one to the immigration could be 5000 Baht. I guess the problem with overstayers would be solved pretty soon. 

.....said the beggar. 🙄

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11 minutes ago, Isaanbiker said:

.....said the beggar. 🙄

What else you want to do. People knowingly not caring about visa regulations, work permits and so on simply don't care about laws. I don't feel pity for them if they are removed. Or do you want to protect such people? And if so why? 

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6 hours ago, Yinn said:

This the story about a 77 year old caucasion woman pimp in Pattaya. And guy that maybe kill her and throw her in a klong got take her money.

 

But you make the story for a “thaibash” about famous Thai mentality.

Good job sir.

 

And you say the wife of caucasion criminal always tell the police right? Or not? A lot of criminal, but the wife not know. Because caucasion mentality superior right? 

no - mentality is not a negative or positive word.

 

Thai women are usually very loyal to their partners as long as he treats her well. I have seen many examples of Thai women turning a blind eye or even helping their criminal partners.

it is how it is, no Thai bashing here. I even think loyalty in a couple is a good thing.

 

regarding Western women, there are many cases of them doing the same, but it is less common. I guess many would just go away instead having a criminal partner - if they have a choice, of course.

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