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Hungarian pensioner dies in the cells at Suvarnabhumi as he awaits deportation

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Pure speculation that he died in his sleep. What do the other prisoners say? Shoulnd't be dying in detention at the airport.

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1 hour ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Maybe, if he had diabetes type 1, and wasn't given insulin , it could cause ketoacidosis. But if he had type 2 and didn't take his tablets, i doubt it, although the stress of being jailed could be added in increasing the blood sugar level

Ok, thanks for the info.

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He went to a better world where he doesn't need a visa and can't overstay. 

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6 hours ago, Matzzon said:

Might be, but it can also be that they found out he was diabetic after he was dead. It is Sanook stating that it was known he suffered from diabetes, which might be something they digged up after. In that case, if the man had his belongings taken away from him and never opened his mouth about any diabetes or a need for medication. In that case you can´t blame immigration either.

Hell Yeah! I am going to quote myself (#3) here. The reason for is that I can not for my life understand why so many get confused over above post.

Is it some kind of rule to blame immigration for everything, disregarding if there is proof to back it up or not? Or is it only that you confused members are so lost that you just go with the flow and blame anyone you just don´t wish to show any support for totally without evidence?

Yes, I know that it might be true. They might have denied him his medication, but until there is nothing that supports that it´s better to not judge.

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