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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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5 hours ago, JohnMiller70 said:

Is the Cayenne for sale now? 

Needs new glass and interior valet.

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4 hours ago, Straight8 said:

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?

These people are evil, probably even worse than drug pedlars

 

They prey and con honest people out of life time savings, and then leave them to suffer knowing they were stupid, when they are old and frail

 

I do not agree with the death sentence, generally

 

There are too many of these fraudsters at large that have avoided prosecution, they make fortunes and care for no one other than themselves

 

They are worst than terrorists, they plan they scheme, at least terrorists fight for a cause, albeit wrong, and are generally mentally ill

 

Yes I believe in a long slow painful death, yes a lot of pain, WOW generally I am a pacifist !  !!   !!!

 

I would be interested in Donald's opinion !

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I think the dumbest part is not employing locals to carry out the assassination.  On the other hand maybe they felt that the Thai's would screw it up and hit the wrong person.  In that case it would have been dumb and dumber meet dumber and dumber!

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3 minutes ago, dunroaming said:

I think the dumbest part is not employing locals to carry out the assassination.  On the other hand maybe they felt that the Thai's would screw it up and hit the wrong person.  In that case it would have been dumb and dumber meet dumber and dumber!

 

I get the impression that Caldeira wanted to pull the trigger himself. 

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Just now, LandOfWiles said:

 

I get the impression that Caldeira wanted to pull the trigger himself. 

Me too but surely he knows about full helmet headgear for local hits?  That way they would be home and dry with beard still intact.  Also be less likely to be pulled over by the BIB when on their motorbike.

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1 minute ago, dunroaming said:

Me too but surely he knows about full helmet headgear for local hits?  That way they would be home and dry with beard still intact.  Also be less likely to be pulled over by the BIB when on their motorbike.

They made several key mistakes but at the same time, they would have probably got away with it if it wasn't for the CCTV. 

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19 minutes ago, LandOfWiles said:

They made several key mistakes but at the same time, they would have probably got away with it if it wasn't for the CCTV. 

They have made a complete pigs ear of something very straightforward and simple in Thailand.

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3 minutes ago, dunroaming said:

They have made a complete pigs ear of something very straightforward and simple in Thailand.

Well until they are arrested, they have got away with it , and I aslo suspect they are no longer in SE Asia either.

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You would of thought if they could get hold of a gun, that they would of been able to get a stolen bike. 

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1 hour ago, Khun Paul said:

Well until they are arrested, they have got away with it , and I aslo suspect they are no longer in SE Asia either.

And their identity, names and where they are from, including their photographs are all over the press. Not sure I would call that "getting away with it!"  At best plastic surgery and having to hide away for the rest of their lives, always looking over their shoulders.  Like we have all said, dumb and dumber!  

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Where is the wife now ? Both her and the Cayenne need a new home <3

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Brit’s murder suspects escape to Cambodia, according to van driver

By Coconuts Bangkok

 

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The two suspects in the murder case of a Brit in Pattaya may have fled to Cambodia, a witness told police yesterday.

 

Police received an important update on the murder case of Tony Kenway, a 39-year-old British national, who was shot dead outside a sports club in Pattaya on Tuesday.

 

Van driver, Lert Laimuenwai, 48, gave testimony to police that he was hired by the suspects, British man Miles Dicken Turner and South African man Abel Caldeira Bonito, to drive them to the Cambodian border.

 

Full Story: http://bangkok.coconuts.co/2017/01/27/brits-murder-suspects-escape-cambodia-according-van-driver

 
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6 hours ago, smedly said:

don't agree, if you read between the lines these two wingnuts were involved in the same criminal activities as the victim, they were not victims of the scam looking for revenge, they deserve to be caught and locked up and not just for murder along with anyone else linked to this scam operating out of Thailand and it seems there were many 

Your lines must be sewed. Read what's written not what you belive is written.

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