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Confessed Killer Lee Aldhouse Gives His First Interview From Phuket Prison


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At the end of the day. Remember where you are, avoid all reason for a confrontation because you are in a completely foreign country and you don't know who you are dealing with on any level. People who might seem friends will turn on you, you can't trust anyone in a bar, if someone is giving off bad vibes, walk away, leave, don't let anything escalate in to a situation in the first place.

Be polite, avoid girls that are with other guys, enjoy your beer and stay out of trouble... and for all of those who can't abide by these simple instructions, take your violence or stupidity elsewhere. Leave Thailand to those who love the country enough to respect it.

In the real world sometimes you have to defend yourself and cant walk away.

Im sure i came across this Aldhouse once and he was a weird pyscho type.

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Aldhouse was in court today and admitted committing the murder.

He has admitted all the circumstances alleged, including stealing the knives, following the victim home and stabbing him.

Sentencing is next step. Even with discount for pleading guilty may still be up for 50 years.

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Final court apperance today before Sentencing on Nov. 28th.

He apologized to the victim's family and friends. He was told that due to a guilty plea his sentence will automatically be reduced by 50%.

No other option but to offer a guilty plea and get the 50% reduction. Serve a few years in a Thai jail and then off to a nicer English jail.. ohmy.png

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Final court apperance today before Sentencing on Nov. 28th.

He apologized to the victim's family and friends. He was told that due to a guilty plea his sentence will automatically be reduced by 50%.

No other option but to offer a guilty plea and get the 50% reduction. Serve a few years in a Thai jail and then off to a nicer English jail.. ohmy.png

Bloody disgusting...absolutely no justice for the deceased guys family..bah.gif

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Aldhouse was in court today and admitted committing the murder.

He has admitted all the circumstances alleged, including stealing the knives, following the victim home and stabbing him.

Sentencing is next step. Even with discount for pleading guilty may still be up for 50 years.

You hope!

Falang kills falang is no big deal, the extradition precedent is set, face is saved, now they will give him some lenient punishement, we'll see.

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At the end of the day. Remember where you are, avoid all reason for a confrontation because you are in a completely foreign country and you don't know who you are dealing with on any level. People who might seem friends will turn on you, you can't trust anyone in a bar, if someone is giving off bad vibes, walk away, leave, don't let anything escalate in to a situation in the first place.

Be polite, avoid girls that are with other guys, enjoy your beer and stay out of trouble... and for all of those who can't abide by these simple instructions, take your violence or stupidity elsewhere. Leave Thailand to those who love the country enough to respect it.

Yeah, put it that way and is victim's fault to have been murdered!

"compare to: "provocatively dressed woman out a strange hour" = "rape justifiable"

Lucky that stuff is not working anymore!

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Interesting that he needs antidepressants - it shows that he's not a psychopath because they never get depressed.

Anti depressive medication in prison = get high drug to take or trade. In extreme cases these are taken IV.

Doctors know that well and routinely deny requests,

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