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Key witness in fatal hit and run by Red Bull ‘Boss’ killed in motorbike accident

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On 7/30/2020 at 8:52 AM, sherwood said:

HaHa. Have a look at the 13 second mark when the rider hits the deck or just before when the Flash happens a second before. Good shooting.

Autopsy?? 

You guys really think this??  How does the shooter know he was coming down that road at that time and knows exactly what bike is him, at night, from 30-40 meters away, while driving to make a great shot at another moving target in the opposite direction.  To me it looks like nothing more than light reflecting off the bike from one of the street lights. 

 

Why did he fall off the bike, dont know...drunk, drugs?

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Excellent. Note the vertical tilt of the 'shooters' mirror will tilt upwards for his eyes to see the road behind.  That means a reflection from the car headlight behind him will also tilt up towards the camera. Too bright for a handgun.  I also zoomed the picture of the two bikes where clearly 2 headlights reflect off the road forward and to the right at an angle straight to the camera.

 

So, it's clear!

The first police assailant in the car used his headlight to cause a bright reflection covering the real muzzle flash of the second police assailant on the left bike, who shot precisely at the time a Red Bull Company assailant tried to topple the target's bike from the rear. Startled by the forward bike's sudden jerk, he too went down where he lay still using his phone to quickly transfer the money from his bank because the police got the target first.  The rest of the evidence was edited out by the Army who control the cameras.

 

 

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On a big screen between 9 and 13 seconds you can see a second headlight very close to the left hand headlight that becomes the motorbike that crashes. At 16 seconds the background lighting mysteriously brightens and the second headlight disappears, What must be a dead or unconscious body falls off at 17 seconds and remains in the nearside lane as the bike veers into the central barrier. The time is not recorded on the clip, I am using the Youtube timer.

I wonder if the autopsy showed a bullet wound to the left temple?

 

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30 minutes ago, rabas said:

Excellent. Note the vertical tilt of the 'shooters' mirror will tilt upwards for his eyes to see the road behind.  That means a reflection from the car headlight behind him will also tilt up towards the camera. Too bright for a handgun.  I also zoomed the picture of the two bikes where clearly 2 headlights reflect off the road forward and to the right at an angle straight to the camera.

 

So, it's clear!

The first police assailant in the car used his headlight to cause a bright reflection covering the real muzzle flash of the second police assailant on the left bike, who shot precisely at the time a Red Bull Company assailant tried to topple the target's bike from the rear. Startled by the forward bike's sudden jerk, he too went down where he lay still using his phone to quickly transfer the money from his bank because the police got the target first.  The rest of the evidence was edited out by the Army who control the cameras.

 

 

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Its a lot clearer without the "Watch Later" on Youtube.

I don't think the shot came from the other side, it looks to me it was close range from a second motorbike on the same side and the CCTV has been tampered with: time stamp missing and brightness flares as second bike vanishes.

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3 hours ago, Patts said:

Totally different kettle of fish. Doing pheasant shooting you are stationary tracking a moving target with the gun and you would have had two hands on the gun. This is simply incomparable to the shooter and the victim travelling at 50+kmh in opposite directions with the shooter controlling a motorbike and firing with one hand. 

Maybe a little tricky but not impossible for someone with firearms training.
Also Pheasant moves fast across, the bike is moving towards you much easier to track.

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On 7/30/2020 at 2:21 PM, DirtyHarry55 said:

There were 2 bikes involved looks like the other guy hit his back wheel causing him to loose control the other guy already left the hospital and gone home.

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2020/07/30/cops-key-witness-in-boss-red-bull-case-dies-in-accident/

 

 

What's the chance of that happening on such a big road with little other traffic?
If I were the other witness I would be seeking protection from the police.

 

 

That was in Thairath as well. Jaruchart Maadthong, 40, who died, rear-ended another motorcyclist, 50-year-old Somchai Tawino who survived.

Looking at the video, Jaruchart clips the back of Tawino's motorcyle, and one of the motorcycles falls to the ground.

Meanwhile, the other motorcycle with the rider still on it, veers into the central reservation.

According to the Daily News, it was actually Tawino who hit the central reservation and survived.

 

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Silenced to stop him from revealing he was paid for the testimony? Doubt they did a toxicology report in the post-mortem to see if he was poisoned or not. Could have been close to death anyway before he hit the ground the way he slowly slid off the bike like that... Or he could have just been blind drunk... and Karma.

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Sniper?  Video of a muzzle flash?

Clearly none of y'all are professional murderers for the govt!  Shooting somebody creates more problems than fixes since there's a matter of a bullet hole in the victim plus potential videos of the killing.

OTOH, people die in traffic accidents every day in the Land of Smiles... 

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On 7/30/2020 at 7:49 PM, ukrules said:

Just before the 'flash'

 

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During the 'flash' :

 

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The flash is there for a fraction of a second.

 

Flash is the reflection of the overhead street light from bike's rear-view mirror that has been angle-optimized for zit-picking at traffic lights.

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7 hours ago, katana said:
On 7/30/2020 at 8:21 PM, DirtyHarry55 said:

There were 2 bikes involved looks like the other guy hit his back wheel causing him to loose control the other guy already left the hospital and gone home.

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2020/07/30/cops-key-witness-in-boss-red-bull-case-dies-in-accident/

 

 

What's the chance of that happening on such a big road with little other traffic?
If I were the other witness I would be seeking protection from the police.

 

 

That was in Thairath as well. Jaruchart Maadthong, 40, who died, rear-ended another motorcyclist, 50-year-old Somchai Tawino who survived.

Looking at the video, Jaruchart clips the back of Tawino's motorcyle, and one of the motorcycles falls to the ground.

Meanwhile, the other motorcycle with the rider still on it, veers into the central reservation.

According to the Daily News, it was actually Tawino who hit the central reservation and survived.

That's how I saw it. Bike runs up the ass of another bike.

 

Nothing to see here, move along now.

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the guy that hit him came clean... my close up video (from original + zoom with software) + slow motion showed there was an impact

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Just a hypothetical suggestion, but if you happen to be a drunk driving cocaine user in need of a friendly 'witness' - what are the chances your friend is the sort of person who drives/rides in a sub-optimal state and crashes?

 

"You are judged by the friends you keep, even if not by Judges".

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Removed a troll post (Jeffrie empstein)

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To all the amazing TVF detectives - muzzle flashes, trip wires etc - please answer one simple question:

 

If someone wanted him assassinated why would they ask the assassin to do it in front of a CCTV camera whilst riding in the opposite direction without knowing exactly which motorbike out of the two it was, only allowing him to fire once (the hallowed muzzle flash} from a considerable distance.  Amazingly it all worked out!  

Why wouldn't they do what nearly all other assassins do in Thailand and drive in the same direction as the victim, pull alongside and identify the target, fire several shots to ensure the job is done, then speed off and not have it on CCTV?

Anyone?

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