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Case Closed On The Deaths Of Canadian Sisters Audrey And Noemi Belanger: Krabi


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Cause of death was determined and family requested no further action. What more do you want?

How about those that caused the death to be arrested.

What if those people are no longer with us?

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I would like to say, "Why act surprised?", but the family's and Embassy's request to make this hushed sort of takes that away. Maybe the Thais are pulling their typical childish behavior and doing this out of retaliation from the requests. That fits more in line with anything; "If we can't bungle this our own way, then screw you!".

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Of course we never know what facts when reading these stories in Thai Visa. There are often many facets that we will never learn about, influences from outside agencies, the embassies, the national governments and so on.

If the statements as reported are to be believed the family's themselves have asked that further information be kept private.

When a foreigner has a problem in Thailand, they may be a host of reasons why the full details cannot become known. Maybe there are issues with the law, whereby making everything public may cause a problem with a contemplated case. Maybe there are issues of insurance, whereby publicising the ins and outs of everything may affect a claim to be made. Maybe the case involves some very influential people in the Thai government and the foreign government don't want to upset potential business dealings. Though not relevant to this case, maybe the foreigner is under threat and doesn't want to expose himself to possible retribution and death.

Whether or not the police have done a good job in this particular case, is probably something we'll never know. There are hundreds if not thousands of foreigners who have suffered violence, official corruption, police corruption, teams of lawyers police and judges working together to corrupt the course of Justice; I doubt we know very much at all of what is actually going on in Thailand. The people involved just don't want to make more trouble than they already are in.

Of course it doesn't help other people who are faced with similar problems, with little hope of being alerted in advance of the methods or consequences of what might happen to them, from seemingly innocuous situations. The embassies do an abysmal job of alerting tourists and expats alike of the various scams and organized corruption at both the Private, professional and quasi official levels. The reason for that is that the embassies are basically there to promote business, and individual problems are neither investigated, encouraged nor assisted for fear of upsetting the apple cart.

The death of these two young girls is of course a tragedy and justice will neither be seen to be done nor in actuality be done. Such a pity at every level.

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so case closed.. police claiming they died from DEET ingestion from a cocktail called 4 x100 that normally doesn't contain DEET. Am I missing anything else here?

No need to investigate who put this deadly DEET in their drink? Since they drank it that means they are at fault? Amazing Thailand indeed.

So the police, along with the girls' family and the Canadian Embassy, presumably have good reason to believe that the girls procured the DEET themselves and voluntarily added it to their cocktail to spice it up and add to the evening's fun. Therefore no need to investigate further or attempt to question witnesses.

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Cause of death was determined and family requested no further action. What more do you want?

How about those that caused the death to be arrested.

What if those people are no longer with us?

Are you saying this was a accidental/intentional suicide?

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Keystone cops at it again. Bring on Inspector Clouseau

Clouseau? Nah he might solve it! I heard on the QT that the hotel room had been cleaned before the police arrived?

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The one thing that bothers me somewhat in this is that Thai police normally don't give a dam_n about the wishes of victims' families or foreign embassies of insignificant nations like Canada - only China, Japan and the US count. They happily accept bribes from journalists to let them in to crime scenes to disturb evidence and take gruesome pictures which they splatter offensively over the media and they gaily stage re-enactments of crimes for their own amusement that must be heart rending for victims' family and are of no investigative value.

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Yet another whitewash by the "Royal Thai Police' ( could not police a traffic jam !!) they may have slept with a police man but thats as close as they get to policing. What with multiple suspicious deaths and murders over the last month or so this place is becoming the laughing stock of S E Asia. Who in there right mind would want to holiday here now. They would be better holidaying in a nuclear power plant !! they are safer !! Get your act together RTP and the Thai Government before its too late !! RIP Girls.

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The one thing that bothers me somewhat in this is that Thai police normally don't give a dam_n about the wishes of victims' families or foreign embassies of insignificant nations like Canada - only China, Japan and the US count. They happily accept bribes from journalists to let them in to crime scenes to disturb evidence and take gruesome pictures which they splatter offensively over the media and they gaily stage re-enactments of crimes for their own amusement that must be heart rending for victims' family and are of no investigative value.

Can someone tell me how so many here on TV have so much knowledge about all the facets of of the BIB and any associates,Foreign issues regarding foreign governments, Police proticol, Regulation and evidence divolgence?

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Guess the police found out something the family does not want to become public. So they close the case and in a few days nobody will talk about it anymore. Problem solved. And this happens not only in Thailand na

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The one thing that bothers me somewhat in this is that Thai police normally don't give a dam_n about the wishes of victims' families or foreign embassies of insignificant nations like Canada - only China, Japan and the US count. They happily accept bribes from journalists to let them in to crime scenes to disturb evidence and take gruesome pictures which they splatter offensively over the media and they gaily stage re-enactments of crimes for their own amusement that must be heart rending for victims' family and are of no investigative value.

Can someone tell me how so many here on TV have so much knowledge about all the facets of of the BIB and any associates,Foreign issues regarding foreign governments, Police proticol, Regulation and evidence divolgence?

Yeah mate,.. just live here for a few years and keep your ears and eyes open !

Havn't lived permanently in Thailand but have spent alot of time the last 6 years there. So can you answer the question i asked? I can say the same as what you have just said about where i live here in Aus just for the sake of saying it yet not experiencing it

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