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Israeli Ex-convict Killed in Thailand in Suspected Mob Hit

Security camera footage shows a car slamming into Maor Malul's motorcycle repeatedly, and suspects were also documented stabbing him

■ Two Israelis arrested

Josh Breiner 

 

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A car is seen plowing into a motorcycle in security footage of the incident that claimed an Israeli criminal's life in Thailand. Screenshot/ Matichon Online

 

An Israeli man was killed in Thailand on Sunday in what police suspect was a mob hit. Two Israelis linked to the "Israeli mafia" in the country were reportedly arrested on suspicion of murder.

 

Maor Malul, a member of an organized crime group, had served time in Israel for attempted murder, was killed on the island of Ko Samui. 

 

Security camera footage shows a Honda slamming into the motorcycle on which Malul and his wife were riding. Afterward, the car is seen reversing speedily in order to hit Malul, who tried to flee. After a few dozen meters the car can be seen hitting Malul again, and then two of its occupants get out, stab him and flee the scene. The bleeding Malul still manages to get up but then loses consciousness.

 

Thai media outlets have reported that local police arrested two Israelis linked to the "Israeli mafia" on suspicion of murder.

 

Full story:  https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/israeli-criminal-killed-in-thailand-in-suspected-mob-hit-1.5749745

 

-- Haaretz 2018-01-22

 

 

 

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Israeli criminal stabbed to death in Thailand

Car crashes into motorbike on which Maor Malul, recently released from prison in Israel, was riding with wife; man gets out and stabs them

By TOI STAFFToday, 5:55 pm  1

 

An Israeli man was stabbed to death in Thailand, the Foreign Ministry said Sunday.

 

Maor Malul, 33, was riding a motorbike on the island of Koh Samui, with his wife behind him, when a vehicle crashed into them from behind, according to a ministry statement.

 

A man then got out of the car and started stabbing the couple. Malul was transferred to a hospital in Bangkok, but resuscitation efforts failed.

 

His wife was injured, but no details were provided as to the extent of her injuries.

 

Full story: https://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-criminal-stabbed-to-death-in-thailand/

 

-- THE TIMES OF ISRAEL 2018-01-22

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Crikey, not a very professional looking hit although obviously successful.

Could well have killed or maimed many others.

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10 minutes ago, lespaulTV said:

Thailand doesn't stop anyone from coming in isn't it?


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They dont want to "miss" the tourism "targets".

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2 hours ago, sanemax said:

Quite often CCTV catches Thai people carrying out violence as well.

Sometimes CCTV isnt working .

In this case it was .

I dont think that we need to suspicious about that

 

according to my thai friends many cameras are dummy or simply not connected to a network, one friend was the victim of crime and suggested the police view the cctv - not connected was the reply. there are about 12 cameras in my small local park that also has 4 security guards and has never to my knowledge experienced any crime maybe some will do something bad there sometime and make the investment worthwhile...

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