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Body Parts in Koh Tao do not belong to missing Russian Woman

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5 hours ago, bannork said:

FBI and Australian police use clairvoyants.

Australian police respond to hotline tips from anybody... that's the point of a tip line

 

Australian police do not, however, solicite assistance from clairvoyants... there is an obvious difference, right?

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2 hours ago, farcanell said:

Australian police respond to hotline tips from anybody... that's the point of a tip line

 

Australian police do not, however, solicite assistance from clairvoyants... there is an obvious difference, right?

An excerpt from Wikipedia

 

While official policy for police forces in Australia does not advocate the use of psychics for investigations, one former Detective Senior Constable, Jeffrey Little, has said police do use them "even though they officially say they don't".[11] Additionally, police in NSW have used psychic Debbie Malone on a number of cases.[27][28] While no evidence she has supplied has solved murders or missing investigations on their own,[27][29][30] her evidence had been used to corroborate theories, and in one case, included in a coroner's brief on a case.[27] Little, in reference to one case she assisted on, felt her description of what happened was "exceptional", other officers also had been impressed by her assistance, while yet other NSW officers felt she had not helped solve any cases. Sergeant Gae Crea and Detective Sergeant Damian Loone, state that she did not give them anything the police and the public didn't already know. Crea recounts "I've dealt with a lot of psychics, but no one has ever said, 'I can see where the body is buried and I'll take you there'".[27][29]

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9 hours ago, Get Real said:

To you it doesn´t mean anything, as always, but to other people it might mean something or at least put up a flag for that something can be wrong

"...it might mean something or at least put up a flag..."

 

That's why I asked that perfectly reasonable question when you said that it could mean something but you didn't say what you thought it could mean.   I didn't say that it meant nothing to me, I said that the police had indicated that it was of no relevance to the enquiry which is what was reported.

 

 

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1 hour ago, bannork said:

An excerpt from Wikipedia

 

While official policy for police forces in Australia does not advocate the use of psychics for investigations, one former Detective Senior Constable, Jeffrey Little, has said police do use them "even though they officially say they don't".[11] Additionally, police in NSW have used psychic Debbie Malone on a number of cases.[27][28] While no evidence she has supplied has solved murders or missing investigations on their own,[27][29][30] her evidence had been used to corroborate theories, and in one case, included in a coroner's brief on a case.[27] Little, in reference to one case she assisted on, felt her description of what happened was "exceptional", other officers also had been impressed by her assistance, while yet other NSW officers felt she had not helped solve any cases. Sergeant Gae Crea and Detective Sergeant Damian Loone, state that she did not give them anything the police and the public didn't already know. Crea recounts "I've dealt with a lot of psychics, but no one has ever said, 'I can see where the body is buried and I'll take you there'".[27][29]

Per your post... official policy is that they do not use clairvoyants.

 

they do not solicite them.... if one comes forward with information, they will consider the information., as is right... that persons information is then deemed to be used (even if useless)

 

if you come forward, with information, they will consider the information, as is right.... your information will then be deemed to be used ( even if useless)

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if her buddy is in phillipines why don't the thais sent an agent over to phillipines or ask the phillipinos to help talk to that person. 

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On 11/03/2017 at 2:37 AM, ChrisY1 said:

DNA testing completed overnight and give a negative result for the missing person.

Quite impossible for testing to be fractionally completed in this time frame....but for the RTP, they did it and of course, now, there is no body, and probably in their pin brains, no further criminal investigation needed...for now!

It was ANIMAL remains - how long do you think it would take even a rookie scientist to determine that ?

 

Jesus - I haven't been on for a while as the constant whinging was depressing - but it looks like its got worse !

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This stort has gone silent.

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I guess the Russian diving partner, if he did exist, never came back from The Philippines.

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1 minute ago, bannork said:

I guess the Russian diving partner, if he did exist, never came back from The Philippines.

 

Time for the RTP to name him.

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if her buddy is in phillipines why don't the thais sent an agent over to phillipines or ask the phillipinos to help talk to that person. 

Without charging him and without extradition they can do nothing.
I doubt the guy is even in asia.
If he not guilty and smart he will not want to be involved. Possibly he was the last to see her alive so may be suspect number 1

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ID: 61   Posted (edited)

3 hours ago, bannork said:

I guess the Russian diving partner, if he did exist, never came back from The Philippines.

 

Given the vagaries of the local judicial system, and the tendency for the RTP to look for any non-Thai (especially not Hi-so Thai) to place the blame on, would you?  

 

Me?  Not on your life.  I hear Bali and the Phils are great alternative holiday spots.  But I'd probably start holidaying in the Caribbean, just to be a little further out of reach of "the club". 

 

 

 

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the story has gone silent because she has not been found. I remember a couple of years ago a male diver usa guy disappeared from liveaboard  (he was drunk) at 3 am. now I can understand his body never found as he was lost at sea and not sure where......but In this case she was most probably freediving coastal from ko tao. at this point I will speculate. she blacked out while surfacing. from free diving and drifted out to sea.  any freedivers here. what happened to her?  freedivers will know

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do they even know she was diving ????  maybe she went hiking and fell in a ravine?

 

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I've refused to to Ko Tao since the British couple were murdered and 2 sacrificial Burmese were set up for it. I wish everyone would do the same as the only way to hurt these people is financially. No tourists means they go back to being coconut farmers.

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