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French man found dead in Koh Tao – incident being treated as suicide not homicide


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In Merchant Marine school they teach to tie all knots behind your back. I just tied both arms behind my back moments ago. Not that hard.

How does one tie string around their hands behind their back?

The question is why he should have done that ??

I don't believe to this bull...t.

This is the same story again.

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So,,, let the TVF "Criminologists" who routinely defend the RTP on ANY subject they're suspected of, corrupting/fouling up,,,, start tearing into this guy,,,, I'm sure he knows not of what he speaks,

If the RTP say it was suicide, who are we to disagree or question their findings. It's not like they have ever gotten it wrong before is it?

I trust his friends can confirm he appeared suicidal? After over 12 hours of drinking he managed to write a suicide note, then tie his hands behind his back and hang himself? Well, he certainly lived

If CSI TV says it is murder, who are the RTP to say it's suicide.

Can you show me a quote of where CSI has said this is a case of murder?

So far in this thread only I can see at least 20 posts that question that the victim would have been able to tie his hands behind his back, then put his head through the noose and jump.

So they clearly dispute it is a suicide.

If it isn't possible that the victim committed suicide according to those members, then what you think they are suggesting, if not murder?

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I would say it was suicide .

The tied hands may well have been very loosely tied giving more slack to get your legs through

As another reply mentioned you would automatically try to save yourself if you didnt .

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How does one tie string around their hands behind their back?

You tie your hands round your front and then step through them - after 12 hours of drinking it's simple.

How did he get the rope around his neck with his hands tied behind his back? Give that a try and get back to me.

Put the rope around your neck first, tied you hand in front of you then step through them...and jump!

Oudini did that every days whistling.gifPffff

but if he did leave a suicide note why go through the trouble of getting his hands tied behind his back standing on a stool with a rope around his neck?

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In Merchant Marine school they teach to tie all knots behind your back. I just tied both arms behind my back moments ago. Not that hard.

How does one tie string around their hands behind their back?

And you managed to type on the PC as well. WOW lets all swan off to merchant marine school. Jim you must be a lonely man up there.

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If this unfortunate incident occurred in a "vacuum" one would still need to consider the high possibility of it being a homicide given the unusual circumstances. HOWEVER, this incident did not occur in a vacuum. There have been numerous mysterious deaths of foreigners all over Thailand, many which have been casually explained as suicide. Therefore, there is a need to bring cutting edge state of the art investigations into this incident as well as all the "cold cases." This is unlikely to happen under the current "business as usual" standard operating procedures.

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I wonder, who wrote the suicide note?whistling.gif

RIP Dimitri.

My thoughts too.

Typical Thai police.

TOO HARD BASKET.

Suicide less paper work.

I hope that the note was written in French.

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