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

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What are the chances of a key witness dying just as the charges are dropped  mmmmmm.

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But it is reported that he testified for and not against the perpetrator. So it couldn't be that foul play came from the Boss's side.

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14 hours ago, phkauf said:

Wow, what are the odds of that happening?

Thailand - the Land of Strange Coincidences. File this along with the mysterious deaths of those Saudis in the Blue Diamond Affair.

 

It’s also the land of drunk drivers and high road accident mortality rate especially with people who ride motorbikes. 
 

The chance of this being just a fatal accident is pretty high. 

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49 minutes ago, zaZa9 said:

Hitting a moving target  at around 30m whilst moving yourself , AND not with a rifle/shotgun , and on a motorbike , would require one extremely talented hit man !

Particularly with shooting from the hip without raising the gun to sight.

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For those saying there are 2 bikes... yes, it does look like 2 sets of lights before that large illumination happens... but... where did the other bike go then? In that illumination the second light disappears. There is a light reflection off his visor that looks like a light, which is seen after his fall. But no sign of other bike or its light after the fall. Also the guy who comes to check would have gone to the other bike if there was any but he doesn't.

 

The only thing that suggests there were 2 bikes is the light splitting before the fall, but all the rest goes against this theory.

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1 hour ago, rtco said:

Have you seen the picture of the bike embedded into the front of the Ferrari? That is not the result of a 60kph impact!!!

irrelevant how far the bike is embedded, we have  1 witness willing to say 60kph - that's all that matters to close the case 😆

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How convenient... with the current backlash a key witness mysteriously dies in a freak accident...

I guess he can't talk now if the case was re-opened and he was further questioned.

I wouldn't want to be the other witness at the moment.

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10 minutes ago, Henryford said:

What are the chances of a key witness dying just as the charges are dropped  mmmmmm.

to the benefit of who or what reason.

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I’m not even going to bother reading the story all I can say it reminds me of the minister who had millions of baht watches who he Apparently loaned off a friend who just happened to be deceased .Thailand never ceases to amaze me but I suppose that’s why the adverts say “ Amazing Thailand “

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Karma....

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1 hour ago, pacovl46 said:

Yeah. If you watch the clip on YouTube in 0.25x speed you’ll see the “flash” going down way before the guy even comes into the picture. According to another news article posted on page 6 of this thread, if I’m not mistaken, says that he collided with another bike. In that case the median theory is correct. He hit the other bike from behind, that guy went down immediately, while the other guy then lost control of his bike, hit the median and then crashed himself. 

I've had more coffee and I've now read post #77. So I reckon that just about wraps this topic up.

 

Accident, pure and simple.

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Jaruchart Maadthong, 40, was understood to be one of two key defence witnesses in the case against Vorayuth, also known as ‘Boss’.

Make that FOR. The journalism here gets worse and worse.

 

And oh, the irony. Killed on his bike so soon after remembering after eight years how someone else was killed on their bike by driving into the path of a non-speeding Porsche. Karma, methinks, and no time to spend his payoff. 

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So, he's dead now. Cannot withdraw his testimony. How very convenient.

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19 minutes ago, Artisi said:

to the benefit of who or what reason.

Perhaps because the witness was paid to lie and if he was interviewed or testified in court that may have been discovered. The people that paid him off may not have wanted to be exposed.

 

We are talking about possible multi-millions at stake here! 

 

The decision to drop the charges could potentially go right to the top, perhaps even members of this govt...

 

Not to mention loss of face being caught being an immoral scumbag. We know and they all know they are, but being exposed as one is the single worst thing that can happen to a Thai.

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