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Confessed Killer Lee Aldhouse Gives His First Interview From Phuket Prison


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Why do you feel the need to 'defend' him?

Defend? Come on with this defending sh1t... I don't even know the guy??

More like confronting childish board members on their ridiculous comments related to all these types of matters!

You mean comments much like your own?

It's a forum, open to all, to say (within reason) what they wish . . . if you don't like it, don't read it . . . and complaining about what others write, whilst also writing your own comments is, to say the least, a tad hyprocritical.

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@TradeMark . . . what previous profile names did you use . . . ?

Your writing style and high-handed attitude are eerily familiar but I can't quite put my finger on who it was before just now . . .

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It seems on these forums that the American game of justice is planted in the minds of most people. Innocent until proven is replaced by guilty until proven. Thai prison guards are almost criminal, they are often abusive, drunk and careless so no wonder that he is uncomfortable talking about it.

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...have a crack at the bible... Maybe then I would entertain some form of debate with you.
Ah yes, good one TM... The book which advocates misogyny, genocide, slavery, murder, prejudice, rape, removal of limbs and eyes as punishment, and ultimately eternal damnation to the worst prison imaginable for minor transgressions of faith! Let's debate!
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Cheerful hang em high bunch on Thai Visa as always... Gets boring and its childish, he's in jail what more do you want?

How bored and twisted have you got to be to condemn someone to rotting in a prison that you don't even know? What gives you the right?

Friend or family or a court official then go ahead but as the public, give it a rest. In the end you no better than the accused by condemning and shaming a human (good or bad) in such a manner.

You yourself are seriously twisted if you think people posting arguably over the top (or "childish and boring") but completely harmless and impotent messages on a message board is the same as murdering someone (let alone this particular murder which to some, myself included, is particularly odious).

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I'm surprised people think the bell ringing is so horrible; do you actually believe that thousands of prisoners go for years without sleep? They get used to it and sleep through it.

I know for a fact that it can be adjusted to.

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Thai Prison life compared to his home country UK prison life isnt even comparable. He is paying the price.

Good and I hope he is given a specially hard time as punishment for the cowardly murder of a young 23 year old man. He has pleaded guilty so there is no doubt, and I would like to see him executed; that option no longer exists so I hope prison life is especially hard.

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My COMMENTS as opposed to JUDGEMENTS (go to dictionary) that other board members made were in no way directed nor categorically defined. They were a general commentary observation of the actions of certain members of thaivisa, they were also all outlaid in a questioning stance as opposed to a direct one. If you had even a slightly profound grasp of the english language and read through my posts properly i think you will come to find that no judgement was passed in any way. I do not judge and I did not judge.

In addition to the previously mentioned lack of sensible perspective, you seem to be somewhat lacking in self awareness, honesty or short term memory:

"In the end you no better than the accused by condemning and shaming a human (good or bad) in such a manner."

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They should execute him, then you won't have any worries about his treatment Trademark ! He has proved his value to society by murdering a fellow human being. Put him where he belongs, in the trash bin.

Now Iam worrying about his treatment? Go check the dictionary for the definition of worry... While you at it have a look at a reading course to understand forum posts better. Furthermore have a crack at the bible or any other basic human concept if religion doesn't do it for you. Maybe as some added course work you could sneak a peak at some criminal rehabilitation articles and things pertaining to the judiciary system in general to see how ludicrous your trash bin comment is. Maybe then I would entertain some form of debate with you.

Agreed Oldsailor. Take no notice of TM he is either trying to wind posters up or he has forgotten to take today's medication. On the other hand he might be one of those 'armchair tree huggers' who hate this forum but continue to read the articles. SAD.wub.png

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Does the UK provide him legal counsel or does he get some Thai public defender?

It's not an "either/or" as you frame it: the UK does not provide counsel but he can hire a lawyer (and I believe has done so). Only if he was destitute - which he is not - would he get a "public defender".

I doubt many embassies, if any, typically provide lawyers for people accused of crimes. At most they can provide information on where to contact lawyers (as well as a few other forms of assistance like communication with the outside world and arranging access to any funds the accused may have at his/her disposal; their remit is primarily confined to seeing that the accused is allowed any and all rights afforded under local law and no more).

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Does the UK provide him legal counsel or does he get some Thai public defender?

The court will apoint a free lawyer (who probably wont speak any English) he can choose to retain a better lawyer if he wants/has the money. A translator will be present when he has to go to court.

Seeing as he has pleaded guilty there will not be a case or a chance to explain he will be sentenced very quickly.

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He has pleaded guilty to the stabbing, but has not pleaded guilty to first degree murder.

There will be a lengthy court case.

So what charge has he pleaded guilty too then?

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