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  1. Supreme Court accepts final appeal in the Koh Tao murders

    It has been mentioned that Nomsod was to have got off off the island quickly by boat damage control was actioned. Trolls seem to have been employed anywhere his name is mentioned those trolls are still operating today.
  2. Supreme Court accepts final appeal in the Koh Tao murders

    Taxi driver says he was beaten up by Thai police investigating murder of two British backpackers because he refused to accept bribe to give false evidence Pornprasit Sukdam claims he was offered £13,300 to implicate football team Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2776072/Taxi-driver-says-beaten-Thai-police-investigating-murder-two-British-backpackers-refused-accept-bribe-false-evidence.html#ixzz4tUGCCYM9
  3. Supreme Court accepts final appeal in the Koh Tao murders

    Hopefully once the b2 are released Nomsod comes back under the spotlight.
  4. DNA ALONE NOT ENOUGH FOR CRIMINAL CONVICTION Given the nature of mixed sample DNA analysis, Ms. Taupin is particularly critical of claims by multiple police forensics experts that their lab results guaranteed the identity of the perpetrators “100%”. She said there is no international standard that recommends the conclusion of identity from a forensic DNA profile, no matter how many areas on the DNA molecule are examined. It is for this reason, she said, that DNA profiling alone is not enough to form the basis of a criminal conviction. “It’s just one piece of the circumstantial case. It’s a scientific test, that’s all,” she said.
  5. On July 7th The Bangkok Post published an article in which the police clarified seven tourist deaths on Koh Tao in the last three years. According to the Bangkok Post in a briefing at police headquarters on Friday, senior offices gave details about six deaths on the island. It was attended by the police liaison officer of the Belgian Embassy, who was there as the latest death was a Belgian woman. In the report it was stated that “In the second case, British tourists David Miller, 24, and Hannah Witheridge, 24, were found bludgeoned to death on the beach on Sept 15, 2014 Two Myanmar Nationals – Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo – were charged based on DNA results. They were convicted and sentenced to death and the Appeal Court upheld the ruling. They window for an appeal to the Supreme Court has closed without one being filed and the case was closed said Pol Maj Gen Apichart. However this is false information. The window has not closed and the appeal to the Supreme Court is due to be submitted on the 21st of July. It is not clear why this statement was made, or why he blatantly lied at a press conference. However what is clear is that questions are now being asked as to what else he has lied about. The investigation of the Witheridge and Miller deaths have been widely criticised as the crime scene was not properly secured and questions have been raised about DNA testing that one international expert says is unsafe. According to another report in the Bangkok Post, Jane Taupin, one of the world’s foremost experts on DNA profiling, who has worked as an internal laboratory auditor and written books on the use of forensic evidence in courtrooms, has provided a thorough critique of DNA evidence in the case which is as follows. MUST EXPLAIN STATISTICS Crime scenes, Ms Taupin says, are notoriously difficult to gather quality DNA samples from. Cases like the one on Koh Tao, which deal with mixed samples, are fraught with danger: complex and sometimes unreliable statistical calculations must be carried out to determine the probability that someone other than the accused could match the recovered sample. http://www.samuitimes.com/police-lie-press-conference-supreme-court-appeal-koh-tao-murder-case/
  6. can we pin this please mods ?
  7. thanks again Ireason great to have these all in one place .
  8. Great job ireason thanks for the refresher Sent from my iPhone using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  9. I wonder if he is still alive.
  10. I guess you also accept the way DNA tests were carried out on the B2 ?
  11. hard to know what to believe but lying is very possible. Devastated Sean wrote on Facebook: "My mate Dave lost his life on koh Tao. We were meant to meet up when we found out we were both there at the same time but I fell asleep. "He was killed that night. I feel f****** terrible. "I loved you so f****** much brother. I know you tried to save her. "You are the most honourable guy I’ve ever met. I will miss you terribly. "I’m sorry I didn’t come out with you that night. Really my heart is breaking." http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/i-know-you-tried-save-4267458
  12. He did go away and change his name it's easier to hide for some people than use a bit of courage and tell the truth.
  13. I can't find that info about the underage girls but was quite sure the headman had info on sean and showed the media I could be wrong maybe somebody else remembers.
  14. Mr Woraphan said on the night of the murder, one of his employee identified as Jok saw so much blood on the face and body of Mr Sean, so he helped to wash it out for him.