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Brit's murder latest: Suspects hired van from border - one shaved his beard off on journey back

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I think it is fair to say that the two that carried out this murder were involved with the victim and his criminal activities both in Spain and in Thailand, at some point they had a falling out presumably over money and weren't happy with their investment return ratio (their cut), one gone and two to go, I hope the police are investigating all the others involved with this criminal gang 

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Since they have identified the murderers its just a matter of time before they catch  up with them and bring them back

 

These guys are idiots to think they can get away with murdering someone

 

Hope the hang them from their  nuggies  No one regardless of what they may or may not have does deserves this 

 

Think of his kids and wife  So sad

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2 hours ago, Jack Mountain said:

The van driver knows nothing about the gun of course ... 

Does anyone know so far?

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17 minutes ago, realenglish1 said:

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Think of his kids and wife  So sad

Yes to the wife; no to the kids.  So sad.

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

Yesterday regional top brass inspected the site of the shooting and the Porsche before going into a crisis meeting to discuss the way forward in the case.

WOW top brass involved. Somebody must be pushing buttons behind the scene on this one. Crisis meeting no less confirms my theory. To discuss the way forward best to settle for holding your ground and not go backwards. Let Cambodia do the work. 

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6 hours ago, Jonathan Fairfield said:

British businessman Tony Kenway shot in Thailand ‘ran Wolf of Wall Street-style boiler room scam that tricked Brits out of millions of pounds’

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A BRIT businessman executed in broad daylight in Thailand was the kingpin of a sprawling ‘Wolf of Wall Street’-style call centre scam that tricked Brits and Australians out of millions of pounds, police said.

 

Tony Kenway, 39, was shot through the head as he climbed inside his top-of-the range Porsche Cayenne after leaving the gym on Tuesday morning.

 

Investigators are probing Kenway’s vast ‘boiler room’ gang operation which they say tricked thousands of victims out of their life savings to fund his flash lifestyle in Pattaya.

 

Police are hunting two suspects – British born Miles Dicken Turner and South African Abel Bonito Caldeira – in connection with the gangland-style execution.

 

Court papers show Kenway was wanted over working illegally and Thai authorities had made attempts to deport him.

 

But friends paid his bail and he was due up in court again next month.

 

Full story: https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2711874/british-businessman-tony-kenway-shot-thailand-boiler-room-scam/

Looking at the romantic picture above its great while it lasts. Sad when it ends at age 39. Live fast love hard die young comes to mind. Different personality than myself. I could not sleep at night knowing I cheated all those people out of their life savings. Different strokes for different folks. 

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1 hour ago, Get Real said:

Feeding frenzy? If a criminal is caught or thier are evidence of alleged criminal activity, assets are seized in almost all countries. Nothing different here.

I guess in most countries the seized assets will be sold to the public and the money goes to the state.

 

I don't know what happens in Thailand

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7 hours ago, LennyW said:

5000 baht tip was not enough to keep the van driver quiet!

he would of talked no matter much he was given.... it appears everything they (Thai) are arrested for or suspected for and then charged, they seem to sing a merry tune with chorus and full encore  

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2 hours ago, smedly said:

Police are still working on the theory that the men had a business conflict with the victim but are tight lipped about the exact nature of this for fear of damaging the case,

 

and are the police now investigating his business associates - now that they know what they were up too all of a sudden

Plenty of money to be made here by the RTP.

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52 minutes ago, elgordo38 said:

Looking at the romantic picture above its great while it lasts. Sad when it ends at age 39. Live fast love hard die young comes to mind. Different personality than myself. I could not sleep at night knowing I cheated all those people out of their life savings. Different strokes for different folks. 

With her beauty and now money, she has got a bright future.

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3 hours ago, Geoffsilverfox said:

Would someone please tell me what a '' Wolf of Wall Street-style boiler room scam'' is?

There is a movie called Wolf of Wall Street with Leonardo di Caprio who runs a dodgy Financial company. He has guys on the phones to anyone and everyone, milking them of cash. So selling people dodgy or non existent shares is the scam. The term boiler room comes from the typical operation being overcrowded, unprofessional, and cheap.

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2 hours ago, thetruth revealer said:

BTW , has anybody else seen the picture on his FB , having a audience on 2.December 2016???

 Yes. An unbelievable image. Looks like it was not photoshopped either.

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They the two killers won't be found alive that is. As for the hit if he did as alleged in story he got his due deserts. Maybe these two were ripped off by him and took there revenge. Not a hit man or men just two mighty pissed of ripped off people.

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Im sorry, but theres something not right with this whole story.  So far everyone involved does not seem so bright.  Who runs a huge scam and then drives a flashy porsche in a 3rd world ctry.  Of course, everyone will find out and its really only a matter of time til you are offed or just mugged.  As well as the hit men seem like some High Schoolers that got hired for a hit.  They used their real ids and ditched the said scooter.  Then had same driver and shaved beard in the van?  Nuts i say

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it's now Friday and yet the Khmer Times newspaper are claiming Thailand still hasn't lodged an official request for cooperation from the Cambodian authorities? Why the delay?


 

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Kim Rattana, the deputy director of Koh Kong province’s Cham Yeam international immigration checkpoint, said he was aware of the case but had not received orders to take action or search for the two suspects.

 

“I heard the case happened on Tuesday and the two foreign suspects have entered Cambodia already, but we can’t do anything right now unless there is a request from Thai authorities,” he said.

 

 

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Som Vann Virak, director of the Interior Ministry’s internal security department, said he had not heard of the case and added that Thailand had yet to request cooperation.

 


 

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Chhay Rithy, the deputy National Police commissioner in charge of internal security, said Cambodian authorities could not do anything until the Thai side requested cooperation.

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Deputy National Police Commissioner Chhay Sinarith said that without a request for cooperation, Cambodian authorities could not take action because it would an abuse of the rights of the foreigners.

 

 

http://www.khmertimeskh.com/news/34822/thai-murder-suspects-in-cambodia/

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3 hours ago, sanukjim said:

His EX better start hiding her gold

 

                Sold .

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5 hours ago, jollyhangmon said:

> ... was the kingpin of a sprawling ‘Wolf of Wall Street’-style call centre scam that tricked Brits and Australians out of millions of pounds, police said. <

 

Well, while police 'says' a lot during a long day, if true - like most of us suspected from the get-go as it were -  that bloke did get what he had coming anyway. Might have just been some 'assisted karma' then ...

Yes, justice appears to have been served, even if only street justice.

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