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

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3 minutes ago, ianf said:

So The Burmese two have been sentenced to death for killings that they did not do. Meanwhile, people, in particular pretty young farang blondes, are still dying on Koh Tao. Is there someone in a position of authority in Thailand who is able to add 2 and 2 together and make 4? Because to me the appeal court was out of order to uphold the sentence on the Burmese 2, and if they needed any more evidence this death must be a pointer. But perhaps money is still talking?

 

Anyone who knows who is at the centre of what you describe, and how high their connections go, knows why everyone in a position to do anything keeps adding 2 and 2 and getting 5.

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we need to wait for the forensics

or she is found

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ID: 78   Posted (edited)

I would not be surprise she been hit by a speed boat you know how crazy these people are  also they need DNA from a family members also underwater forensic is very hard due to a number of factors the main one being water..

 

Boat Driver Flees After Striking British Diver Near Koh Tao

ttp://www.samuitimes.com/boat-driver-flees-after-striking-british-diver-near-koh-tao/

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8 hours ago, DM07 said:

Here we go again!

If I were a cynic, I would say, the RTP will come up with a theory, that her body disintegrated while diving!

Mutilated body, missing CCTV- footage, young blonde...where have I heard that before?

 

obviously a shark attack, two legged shark Would be a good guess.

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1 hour ago, bermannor said:

Welcome to the highest caliber forensic experts to this thread! 😅

I would say that I trust them more than the DNA lab to which these items will be sent.

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10 minutes ago, zaphod reborn said:

I would say that I trust them more than the DNA lab to which these items will be sent.

I did not read, you are a real reborn 😁!

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4 minutes ago, bermannor said:

You expect or you guess? You read in a crystal ball, you throw the bones or you lay cards?

it was reported in the news

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12 hours ago, ezzra said:

 

I have watched enough CSI TV to know by now that

Items that have been submerged in water for a lengthy period of times

are of no forensic values what so ever, and that is why bodies are often

dumped in watery graves to eliminate any biological traces.....

Maybe the CCTV will be found in a watery grave! Oh, sorry, it wasn't working at a crucial time - what a surprise! If it was it would probably be claimed as "personal property" of some bigwig!  

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Suspected human flesh pieces and diver’s mask tested for DNA

 

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Divers searching for the missing Russian free diver have found two pieces of what were believed to be human flesh, a diver’s mask and a green tank top under the sea about 400 metres from the coast of Ao Chaloke Ban Gao on Koh Tao.

 

All the items salvaged from the seabed at about 4-5 metres deep were on Friday flown in a police helicopter from Koh Tao to the Forensic Institute of the Police General Hospital for DNA tests to determine whether the DNA specimen match with that of the missing Russian woman.

 

The Koh Tao inquiry police officers in charge of the case were also flown in the same helicopter to meet with Pol Maj-Gen Apichart Boonsrirote, commander of Surat Thani provincial police.

 

Informed police source said that result of the tests would be available within a week.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/suspected-human-flesh-pieces-divers-mask-tested-dna/

 
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4 minutes ago, Nicolas32 said:

Need to look at my post at the start of the page also it only takes a month for a body to be completely decompose.. 

 

What was found is body pieces, not body decomposition.

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This was apparently on Channel 3 early morning, breakfast time today. I would like to say to a moderator that this is what they showed on National News this morning it does have some Thai commentary etc but very good footage.

 

I also understand the other side of the argument. If it was my daughter on breakfast tv showing her bones floating around. Well...

 

If you think it should be deleted then delete and I'm sorry to have posted it. I just think that this should be shown.

 

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35 minutes ago, Khun Han said:

 

What was found is body pieces, not body decomposition.

DNA results in already, a negative and not human flesh found.

 

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