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Missing Russian latest - flip-flop found on beach as police wait for return of "diving buddy"

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Now it has emerged that some crucial CCTV is missing after a camera failed to record.

Operation normal

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4 hours ago, toenail said:

A lucrative business would be fixing the 1000's of malfunctioning security CCTV cameras -- Wait, the Thai rule is that you have them displayed, not necessarily operating. (my-pen-ry)

If your going to commit a crime I think your chances are about 99.9% that they are not working. 

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Very sad...this tourist never even made it to the morgue.

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A 50 year old Canadian women was killed by a Long tail boat that hit her head whilst she was snorkeling. Happened about 3 weeks ago on Koh Tao. Maybe this is also a boat accident.

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ID: 50   Posted (edited)

8 minutes ago, tukkytuktuk said:

A 50 year old Canadian women was killed by a Long tail boat that hit her head whilst she was snorkeling. Happened about 3 weeks ago on Koh Tao. Maybe this is also a boat accident.

it would not leave a body in the condition being reported here, and no - there are very few fish (if any) off the coast of Thailand that would do such damage, there have been many decomposed bodies washed up on Thai shores generally still intact.............a hoe however might inflict such damage to bone and tissue 

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I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record.

 

If analysed in detail there is nothing strange about the deaths on Koh Tao. The murdered British couple were on the beach when tragically for them they were seen and set upon by a gang and decided to rape the girl. Tourists visiting Thailand can be naive and vulnerable and often get themselves into situations they can`t handle. I have seen Farlang women in tourist beach areas dressed in nothing but boob tubes and throngs, even topless and making out with guys for all and sundry to see.

 

I wonder how many tourists have been killed in motorbike accidents over the last 10 years and died from excessive use of drugs and strong alcoholic drinks? For some reasons many tourists visiting Thailand believe that safety procedures and other measures they should take to keep themselves from harm does not count in Thailand. It is no wonder that so many come a cropper in Thailand. They are like children left to their own devices without supervision from their parents and as we know children that play with fire get burned.

 

For all you budding conspiracy theorists out there, I cannot see anything mysterious about the deaths in Koh Tao.

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4 hours ago, madmitch said:

In a case like this they really need a top notch forensics team, the likes of which is unlikely to be found in Thailand, let alone Koh Tao. 

Im sure that even a mediocre one or just someone that can count without using his/her fingers would be sufficient

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19 minutes ago, cyberfarang said:

I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record.

 

If analysed in detail there is nothing strange about the deaths on Koh Tao. The murdered British couple were on the beach when tragically for them they were seen and set upon by a gang and decided to rape the girl. Tourists visiting Thailand can be naive and vulnerable and often get themselves into situations they can`t handle. I have seen Farlang women in tourist beach areas dressed in nothing but boob tubes and throngs, even topless and making out with guys for all and sundry to see.

 

I wonder how many tourists have been killed in motorbike accidents over the last 10 years and died from excessive use of drugs and strong alcoholic drinks? For some reasons many tourists visiting Thailand believe that safety procedures and other measures they should take to keep themselves from harm does not count in Thailand. It is no wonder that so many come a cropper in Thailand. They are like children left to their own devices without supervision from their parents and as we know children that play with fire get burned.

 

For all you budding conspiracy theorists out there, I cannot see anything mysterious about the deaths in Koh Tao.

your theory is nonsense

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22 minutes ago, cyberfarang said:

I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record.

 

Where did you hear that?

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1 minute ago, Khun Han said:

I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record.

 

1 minute ago, Khun Han said:

 

Where did you hear that?

could have been a life ambition, doesn't mean she was going to do it on holiday, such a feat requires a considerable support team.

 

 

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28 minutes ago, cyberfarang said:

I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record.

 

If analysed in detail there is nothing strange about the deaths on Koh Tao. The murdered British couple were on the beach when tragically for them they were seen and set upon by a gang and decided to rape the girl. Tourists visiting Thailand can be naive and vulnerable and often get themselves into situations they can`t handle. I have seen Farlang women in tourist beach areas dressed in nothing but boob tubes and throngs, even topless and making out with guys for all and sundry to see.

 

I wonder how many tourists have been killed in motorbike accidents over the last 10 years and died from excessive use of drugs and strong alcoholic drinks? For some reasons many tourists visiting Thailand believe that safety procedures and other measures they should take to keep themselves from harm does not count in Thailand. It is no wonder that so many come a cropper in Thailand. They are like children left to their own devices without supervision from their parents and as we know children that play with fire get burned.

 

For all you budding conspiracy theorists out there, I cannot see anything mysterious about the deaths in Koh Tao.

"I heard the girl told people she was an experienced diver and was going to dive deeper than anyone has attempted before to make a world record."

 

In which case she would have needed a boat to take her out to deep depths.

 

Edit - and can we please differentiate between diver/free-diver/snorkeler!

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5 minutes ago, smedly said:

 

could have been a life ambition, doesn't mean she was going to do it on holiday, such a feat requires a considerable support team.

 

 

 

Exactly. Just for the accreditation of breaking the record alone.

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33 minutes ago, thhMan said:

Im sure that even a mediocre one or just someone that can count without using his/her fingers would be sufficient

You're right of course. They will have decided the cause of death long ago!!!!

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