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Details emerge about New Zealand woman dead in sea off Koh Phi Phi

By Coconuts Bangkok

 

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Information has emerged about the young woman found floating dead in the water off Koh Phi Phi last week after leaving her tour group to remain on the island paradise.

 

Renee Joy Hodgkinson, 24, was a medic in the New Zealand Army and medical corps, and her family is “shattered” at her loss, reported New Zealand’s Stuff.  

 

Her body was found floating in the water between Phuket and Phi Phi on Wednesday, where she was spotted by a Myanmar national working on a boat.

 

Full Story: https://coconuts.co/bangkok/news/details-emerge-new-zealand-woman-dead-sea-off-koh-phi-phi/

 
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29 minutes ago, Just1Voice said:

Strange.  Why would she abandon the tour group?  

 

 

Perhaps she told the group leader?

 

Perhaps, if you contact the company, they will tell you?

 

(Probably a good idea to pretend you are a journalist)

 

 

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13 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

Strange.  Why would she abandon the tour group?  

 

And strange why she was spotted by a Myanmar

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13 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

Strange.  Why would she abandon the tour group?  

 

Look at the source of the information. The source has a vested interest in making this claim irrespective of its truthfulness or otherwise.

 

In short, don't believe it until confirmed by reliable sources.

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11 hours ago, tifino said:

 

they'll implicate the Myanmar boatman for sure!

This did spring to mind. How far off shore was she found I wonder? I the seaman was involved it would have been stupid to claim to have found her. I've warned my nieces and granddaughters not to travel alone. Ah well.RIP

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i agree, seems some dna needs to be taken from this poor lady, but she tourist, not bother with investigation, drowned for sure, case closed

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8 hours ago, Borzandy said:

And strange why she was spotted by a Myanmar

What's so strange about that?

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On 1/9/2018 at 8:25 AM, Borzandy said:

And strange why she was spotted by a Myanmar

They need to find a foreigner scapegoat, if it's not ruled a suicide. Despite Thailand having one of the highest murder rates in the world (certainly Asia): 3.51 murders/100,000 population (Cambodia: 1.84, Myanmar: 2.42, UK: 0.92, France: 1.58, okay U.S is even higher: 4.88) - if you believe the news, it's usually a foreigner from Myanmar or Cambodia. Round up the foreigners when there is a crime in Thailand... :ph34r:

 

May she R.I.P.!

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