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Did she fall or was she pushed? Swede in custody after "mute" Thai wife falls from Pattaya 8th floor condo

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2 hours ago, colinneil said:

Must have been some argument.

How do you argue with a person who is mute?

With your hands..called sidelanguage..and alot of bodylanguage...you get it..??

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2 hours ago, colinneil said:

Must have been some argument.

How do you argue with a person who is mute?

Very fast sign language

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why the change in singlet? light blue for his wailing at the girl and dark blue as he chats to Police, calmly, apparently from this one photo

 

RiP we will never know the complete truth

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RIP

Please forgive me, but if she were mute, he could use defense "a mute wife is a keeper in any culture".

But if she were deaf, well, how many of us have wives/gfs who might as well be deaf?

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9 minutes ago, rkidlad said:

Well, I'm glad the cops are investigating and not saying straight away that it was suicide or an accident. I wish they'd investigate first every time someone falls or commits suicide without telling us their conclusions minutes after they arrive. 

 

RIP, young lady. All very sad. 

Yes coz it's one of their own that fell/pushed.

So this case will not be closed after 30mins like when a foreigner falls/pushed.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, biplanebluey said:

I wish you people would read properly------- She is dead.In my opinion she is better off anyway.Can you imagine a life being deaf or dumb and having a permanently crippled body.RIP poor young lady

I think she would have been better off staying on the balcony.

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16 minutes ago, DuiDui48 said:

With your hands..called sidelanguage..and alot of bodylanguage...you get it..??

I think you will find it is called "sign language" not "side language"

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Just now, biplanebluey said:

I think you will find it is called "sign language" not "side language"

Ooops,i stand corrected..time for moore coffee ;-)

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