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BANGKOK 17 October 2018 05:29
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Brother bailed as police investigate mysterious disappearance of Australian expat and Thai wife

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If the couple got the brother to drive them somewhere why he not say? has the car been cleared of no blood stains? did they bother to check? has the brother still got the car?

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22 minutes ago, ckry said:

I once was arrested and paid 100.000THB bail.

I got the money back 100%.

If you use a lawyer, you are lucky to get back 70%, for all mysterious reasons the lawyer will tell you...

This is interesting. Do they - whoever holds the dosh - pay the lawyer for you?

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1 hour ago, Just Weird said:

 

"In fact, we find that many of our clients have already worked with other law firms and quickly found them to be useless, lazy, thieving, etc…"

Couldn't find that part on that link, would that be because it wasn't there, I wonder?

I found it. 

 

Easy enough if you look. 

 

Look under “does thailand bail do any free work up front”

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Neither the husband or wife can be found, blood stains indicate a murder.

 

Unless DNA testing indicates two victims then anywhere world wide, if their’s murder involving a man and his wife the likelihood by a very wide margin is that the man murdered the woman and absconded.

 

The Thai authorities have been collecting his passport details on a regular basis for decades, it should not be difficult to put out an alert to find out if he has indeed travelled out of Thailand.

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My observation is that there are good and bad people everywhere (including farangland); I mean the UK does not have crime or people doing horrific things?

 

Regarding Thai women: get to know your partner before you marry them (and their family). My Thai wife and family are wonderful, have never asked money from me, would do anything for us, do so many things out of kindness and love for us. They are good honest people. I have known them 11 years, so the honeymoon period is over. Conclusion: get to know them before joining the family.

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9 minutes ago, Chomper Higgot said:

Neither the husband or wife can be found, blood stains indicate a murder.

 

Unless DNA testing indicates two victims then anywhere world wide, if their’s murder involving a man and his wife the likelihood by a very wide margin is that the man murdered the woman and absconded.

 

The Thai authorities have been collecting his passport details on a regular basis for decades, it should not be difficult to put out an alert to find out if he has indeed travelled out of Thailand.

Spot on.

 

After all their endless collection of information about 'farangs' domiciled in the kingdom must be more useful than a sparrow breaking wind-must it not?

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3 hours ago, Just Weird said:

Exactly the same as in every other country.  It's called bail and if it's available and the conditions can be met it not unreasonable for it to be granted even though some people here would never want to see a Thai person granted any concession due to them.

Yup; bail - introduced into English common law by Richard III - should be granted unless the state can satisfy the court that the accused is either (1) likely to abscond (2) interfere with witnesses, or (3) commit further offences whilst on bail. 

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36 minutes ago, Fex Bluse said:

The truth is that most farang get into relationships with women and families from the very bottom of the Thai socioeconomic hierarchy. Let's think about it a little bit.

 

Thais, in the main, at all socioeconomic levels, are shifted heavily toward what westerners would consider rather low class and unethical cultural traits. So, when we consider that farangs usually marry into the most garbage of Thai families, this leads to a disproportionately high percentage of very negative relationship outcomes. 

 

I hope they find this couple safe 

 

This guy just boiled down Thai/farang relationships to its essence. You win the internet, sir.  

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2 hours ago, MaiChai said:

. I have known them 11 years, so the honeymoon period is over. Conclusion: get to know them before joining the family.

That’s what you think. 

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2 hours ago, MaiChai said:

My observation is that there are good and bad people everywhere (including farangland); I mean the UK does not have crime or people doing horrific things?

 

Regarding Thai women: get to know your partner before you marry them (and their family). My Thai wife and family are wonderful, have never asked money from me, would do anything for us, do so many things out of kindness and love for us. They are good honest people. I have known them 11 years, so the honeymoon period is over. Conclusion: get to know them before joining the family.

Ditto!

 even to knowing them for the past 11 years, same same!

 

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