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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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1 hour ago, Dogmatix said:

You'd have thought that, if they thought it necessary to retain the same driver for a speedy getaway, they would have silenced him with another 9mm handshake before crossing the border and saved the tip too.

 

The driver was lucky, then again if they bumped him there would be more to reckon with.

 

One thing I know  for fact, that psychopaths think they can lie their way out of anything, they are usually quite intelligent and have little or no convictions, their biggest let down is when someone hurts them they want revenge and then they are not so smart they think they can lie and talk their way out of anything.

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1 hour ago, Briggsy said:

The cops will have already moved to get their hands on any assets in Thailand. It'll be a feeding frenzy.

Not sure if I understand. If he has been found guilty of no crimes in  Thailand (apart from allegedly working illegally), and is  not wanted under an international warrant , the police would have no legal jurisdiction over his assets in Thailand, his widow would inherit everything (unless he made a will otherwise). Please explain your reasoning.

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No loss to society it seems, the two that allegedly did the deed hopefully are now out of SE Asia. Let Thailand ruminate on its ineffectiveness of deporting a known fraudster.  

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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

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

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13 minutes ago, al007 said:

If what is being suggested is true, and the victim was running a a boiler room financial scam, then he got away too lightly

 

These people prey on others, often pensioners, leaving them financially devastated, at ages when often they can not recover

 

With more of this kind of Justice these scum might cease doing what they do

 

In Little old clean and green NZ , these fraudsters are rife and living the life after ripping of finance companies as directors and hiding behind trusts and other laws NZ has just been through a massive rip off of pensioners throughout the country and only a few of the CEO's they call themselves got slapped over the wrist and still retained mansions and art work etc..

They can hide behind the law in NZ , in LOS the rules of engagement would frighten these CEO fraudsters who just think they are so smart and laugh about it.

This guy didn't get a laugh in the other day but I bet he had plenty before.

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2 minutes ago, Geoffsilverfox said:

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

Google wolf of wallstreet imdb

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3 minutes ago, Geoffsilverfox said:

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

From the official UK Police site: Boiler room fraud. Share sale, boiler room, hedge fund or bond fraud involves bogus stockbrokers, usually based overseas, cold calling people to pressure them into buying shares that promise high returns. In reality, the shares are either worthless or non-existent.

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Old Saying " Live by the sword Die by the sword" He prob ripped off somebody big time and it was time for revenge. Well i have no remorse for him.

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His EX better start hiding her gold

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7 minutes ago, Geoffsilverfox said:

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

Just Google wolf of wall st scam and the SUN article explains it well.

Apparently Kenway had a bust up with a partner and then went to work for a rival company.

That is when things spiralled out of control.

There are three companies now under investigation.

Kenway ran a call centre , calling people in Britain and Australia and talking them into investing in things like online gambling sites which they then sold off and investors lost their money, big money was involved, millions and millions of BHT.

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38 minutes ago, al007 said:

If what is being suggested is true, and the victim was running a a boiler room financial scam, then he got away too lightly

 

These people prey on others, often pensioners, leaving them financially devastated, at ages when often they can not recover

 

With more of this kind of Justice these scum might cease doing what they do

Not sure how lightly you classify death to be for ripping people of, but I'd say its pretty nasty.... unless you mean, something, like a slow and painful death. Death by a thousand cuts perhaps?

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