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Stein Dokset DNA Results: Remains Human, Skull Hit With Heavy Object

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Dokset DNA results: Remains human, skull hit with heavy object

Phuket Gazette

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Preliminary forensics tests have confirmed that the decomposing body found at the home of Phuket expat Stein Dokset (main photo) were that of a human female, but have yet to confirm whether the body was of his ex-girlfriend Rungnapa Suktong (inset). Photos: Phuket Gazette

PHUKET: Preliminary results from forensics tests conducted on remains found at the home of Norwegian Stein Dokset have found that they are those of a human female. They have yet to be confirmed as those of Rungnapa Suktong, however, the Phuket Gazette has been told.

The remains were found in the locked basement bathroom at Mr Dokset’s luxury villa in Kata when police raided the home on February 28.

Mr Dokset has already told police the remains are those of the late Ms Rungnapa, his girlfriend of six years who he confessed to “accidentally" killing in a fit of jealous rage.

The murder allegedly ensued after the Norwegian discovered Mrs Rungnapa was seeing another man, a Patong policeman.

However, according to Parichat Sriraksa – a cousin of the late Mrs Rungnapa – at the time of Mrs Rungnapa’s death she was already married to the policeman.

Chalong Police Deputy Superintendent Chaowalit Petchsripia told the Gazette yesterday, “The initial findings from the forensics investigation report that a skull fragment found among the remains showed signs of having been hit with a hard object.”

“We are expecting to receive the full forensics report from the Medical Sciences Center in Surat Thani next week,” Lt Col Chaowalit said.

Mr Dokset, who has been denied police bail, is being held at Phuket Provincial Prison.

He faces charges of murder, concealing his victim's body and illegal possession of a firearm.

Source: http://www.phuketgaz...ticle12531.html

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-- Phuket Gazette 2012-03-08

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Norwegian Man Confesses To 'Accidentally Killing' Phuket Girlfriend

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Starting to look more like murder than manslaughter as KBB claimed.

Very doubtful that an injury of that severity could be caused by hitting her against the wall as she fell.

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Sickening, but as per my comments in the previous discussion, I am not at all surprised.

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Why on earth did he keep the remains in his house? I perhaps don't have a criminal mindset, but I would attempt to dispose of any such "evidence." He certainly had the time to do it.

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Why on earth did he keep the remains in his house? I perhaps don't have a criminal mindset, but I would attempt to dispose of any such "evidence." He certainly had the time to do it.

typical Norwegian customs in a land with diaspora population?

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Why on earth did he keep the remains in his house? I perhaps don't have a criminal mindset, but I would attempt to dispose of any such "evidence." He certainly had the time to do it.

He gives his reason in the Phuket News as to why he left the body and didn't attempt to remove it.

“I love her very much,” said Dokset, his cheeks wet with tears. “But from the day I covered her with a plastic bag, I blocked her from my memory. I pretended it had never happened."

“I had no plan to keep her body or {plan} to dump it,” he said vaguely.

Obviously no Dexter...

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I will have to agree with KarenBravo, as predicted also in the original thread.

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is being hit with a hard object inconsistent with falling onto a hard object?

hmm the plot sickens thickens...

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is being hit with a hard object inconsistent with falling onto a hard object?

hmm the plot sickens thickens...

I thought the same thing. How do forensic findings reveal that an object was used? Why couldn't it have been the hard stairs just as this goon said?

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It's pretty simple if you do the, "math",,, Many cars, motorcycle, (claimed to be an experienced rider), houses, guns, "attack" dogs, volentary "policeman",,, bossing people around, (as stated by some renters),, braggert, etc, etc,,, Now a body hidden in his own home,,, Do the math,, Hiding the body, getting "away with it",,,, just another, "penis extention"..... pretty simple,,,, SAD but doesn't surprise me after reading the MANY comments as to just what kind of, "man" he was,,,

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Very strange that mush and ''a'' bone were in the bin, BUT now we have a skull with imprints of an object.

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If you bump someone off and you don't want to go to jail forever then you are going to have to come up with a better hiding place than next to the freezer in your cellar.

Ain't that what crocodile farms are for ?

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If you bump someone off and you don't want to go to jail forever then you are going to have to come up with a better hiding place than next to the freezer in your cellar.

Ain't that what crocodile farms are for ?

No one ever claimed this was an, "Einstein",,,, people like this like to walk into a place,, look around at the crowd and think to themselves,, "bet no one else here has a body in the basement and is getting away with it"

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