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Englishman Murdered In Hua Hin Robbery

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Came across this story in the Thairath.

A wealthy English businessman, Raymond John Hyde, 68, from Hua Hin, was stabbed to death in a violent struggle in his bungalow during an attempted break-in and robbery on the 26th July.

His was found by his Thai wife, Fon, 32, when she came back from a shopping trip.

Two days later, his wife and her 33 year old lover Lek, were arrested for murder, the lover having already confessed. The third party in the murder, the wife's 26 year old younger brother is still on the run.

More here

http://www.thairath.co.th/content/region/99171

http://www.thairath.co.th/content/region/99412

http://www.thairath.co.th/today/view/99454

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:(:annoyed:

Another sad Farang Husband - Thai wife - Thai lover and family involved in murder; it's always about greed...how sad, tragic and disgusting at the same time.

I hope justice will be done.

There were earlier murder cases with wife, family and her lover involved:

The murder case of Jules Odekerken - in 2003

http://www.thaivisa....en-nov-17-2003/

Dale Henry - Canadian Brutally murdered in Ranong in 2008

http://www.thaivisa....ered-in-ranong/

&

http://www.thaivisa....il-family-says/

May Mr. Raymond John Hyde RIP

LaoPo

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the thing that struck me about the picture of the two when presented to the press by the police,. is that their doesnt seem to be any sign of remorse in their expressions. no shame or hiding underneath a hat or covering of the face. just the look of two cold bloodied killers that look pissed about the fact that they got caught.

hope they get everything they deserve and whats coming to them. angry.gif

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What the heck!!! again another greedy murder act! Honestly here we need to take a deeper look on what can be done to maybe not deter more cases like this but at least make sure justice is done and the criminals involved gains the less as possible from their actions, we all know how bad is the legal system around here, the murders of this particular poor guy given their absences of emotions or worries know too, possibly out in just a few months free to enjoy what they killed for, so what to do? maybe every expat living in LOS should put everything he owns in this land under the name of a next of keen abroad? so to make any killing plots less attractive? and what about following up what happen to these criminals, i don't personally know the victim, however i wouldn't mind to put some of my money to make sure he get justice done! that is very likely to attract some sort of bad attention, however i wouldn't mind, as living knowing that things like these happens also because almost no one really want to get involved or chase up the criminals, lets hope Mr Raymond John Hyde didn't die in vain, it could have been anyone of us or our family! RIP :(

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u mean she wasn't w/ him for love ?

Let's see, he was 68 and she was 32. Like Tina Turner sang: "What's love got to do with it?"

On a serious note, my condolences to the family of the victim, and I hope those involved in this are duly prosecuted by the law.

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:(:annoyed:

Another sad Farang Husband - Thai wife - Thai lover and family involved in murder; it's always about greed...how sad, tragic and disgusting at the same time.

I hope justice will be done.

There were earlier murder cases with wife, family and her lover involved:

Yes it's important to remember all of them, what about a pinned section where all the cases can be followed up? there are expats almost in every part of the country for which finding out might be an easier task than for others having to travel 100's of km, has anyone any costructive advise to give on this matter? (please just avoid the usual "is their country so they can do whatever they like" kind of comment), let's talk about it people, if you really love this country, getting some justice done can only help!

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Yes sam666,

Please lets try to show a little more respect for the victim here and his family and friends who may very well be reading this forum!

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Inflammatory posts and responses have been deleted. Lets have some respect for the man's family and friends please.

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Ok sam666,

Consider this an official moderator warning. If you want to remain as a member of this forum you will read the forum rules and follow them. You've been on the edge several times lately with your language and now you have crossed the line by threatening another member no matter what your reasoning.

Consider yourself warned!

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My posts and the Admin sbk's post were made simultaneously but anyway, you get the idea...

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Ok sam666,

Consider this an official moderator warning. If you want to remain as a member of this forum you will read the forum rules and follow them. You've been on the edge several times lately with your language and now you have crossed the line by threatening another member no matter what your reasoning.

Consider yourself warned!

Fair eno but I'd like to point out i got threatened first out of nowhere.

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Ok sam666,

Consider this an official moderator warning. If you want to remain as a member of this forum you will read the forum rules and follow them. You've been on the edge several times lately with your language and now you have crossed the line by threatening another member no matter what your reasoning.

Consider yourself warned!

Fair eno but I'd like to point out i got threatened first out of nowhere.

Ok, things were happening pretty fast on this thread and my wonderful Internet connection was taking 5 minutes to load pages. By the time I went back to investigate all that came before your post it had been removed by admin.

Lets just all use this thread to offer sincere condolences to Ray's friends and family who do read Thailand forums instead of for speculation about the crime. Thanks

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Throat cancer survivor and this happens

RIP Ray

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My sincere condolences to Kuhn Raymond's family and friends, another unnecessary loss of life seemingly as a result of greed.

The only good thing I can say is that the police appear to have apprehended the alleged perpetrators in record time.

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This seems to be happening quite often now around Thailand and a lot of cases probably unreported. In Cham in 6 months, one stabbing last month, assailant apprehended and jailed and 2 other cases of partners/husband being attcacked/beaten......knowone knows what goes on behind closed doors but attacks/murder are not justified. Not commenting on this case but I do think drink and the rise in drugs especially, play a part in other cases whether it be by the assailant or victim.

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My condolences to Raymond's daughter and grandchild. May he rest in piece.

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Seems he was a regular and real good guy in the bar I go (Now I see pics I think I may have seen him a few times now) and all the Thai's were disgusted with the way he died and the pictures in the paper, they all say RIP and hope she gets the justice she deserves.

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