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bananafish    134
2 hours ago, SiamBeast said:

I don't want to judge anyone, but coming to court covered in tattoos when you're the defendent in a criminal case is probably a bad idea.


He must have forgot to wash them off. 

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ThaiWai    788
3 hours ago, Nasrullah said:

You do still believe in innocent until proven otherwise?

He's now been convicted and sentenced to death.  Lemme guess now it was a kangaroo court, right?  You hate authority so much you feel nothing for the victim and hope the accused is set free.  Check yourself.  A world without authority is a world you don't want.

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thaiguzzi    1,862

...yawn...  tatts again...

Me, covered in 'em...

And?

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firestar    892
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2 hours ago, PremiumLane said:

he isn't, he is pointing out that people are innocent until proven guilty - I know, such a crazy whacked our concept :shock1:

In the eyes of the Country/State. But every man is entitled to form his own opinion. Do you think OJ is innocent, would you buy him a beer? tap him on the back? Anyway that Spanish dude is now sentenced to death but even if he hadn't and managed to bribe his way out it would have been everybody's right to believe in his guilt or innocence.

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Spanish man gets death sentence for killing countryman

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Artur Segarra Princep, accused in the torture and murder of a compatriot in Bangkok early last year, shows photographers a handwritten Bible citation on his palm referring to a famous quotation from the dying Jesus.

 

BANGKOK:-- A Spaniard was sentenced to death on Friday for killing a countryman, mutilating his body and throwing parts into the Chao Phraya river in January last year.

 

Ratchadapisek Criminal Court in Bangkok ruled that there was strong scientific evidence to convict Artur Segarra Princep for the murder of fellow Spanish national David Bernat, although police and prosecutors did not produce any definitive witnesses to implicate him.

 

Segarra, who arrived at court smiling while with the biblical Luke 23:34 (“Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they do) scrawled on his hand, was charged with detaining and torturing Bernat at his apartment in the Huai Kwang area for 10 days between January 20 and 30 last year. 

 

He forced 40-year-old Bernat to reveal his cash card PIN number, which Segarra then used to steal over Bt700,000. Segarra force-fed Bernat a cocktail of drugs, then covered the victim’s head with a plastic bag and duct tape to suffocate him. 

 

Segarra then dismembered the victim’s frozen corpse and dumped body parts in various spots along the Chao Phraya River.

 

Following discovery of body parts, Segarra was arrested in Cambodia on February 7 last year and sent back to Thailand the next day. Having been detained in Bangkok Remand Prison, he had pleaded not guilty in previous court hearings to the 13 charges including premeditated murder, kidnapping, concealing a body, torture and theft.

 

Although Segarra maintained his innocence, the court ruled security camera footage and accounts from the maid of the PG Condominium and his Thai girlfriend provided strong enough to convict him.

Investigators also found Segarra’s fingerprints on an electric saw that had traces of blood which matched the victim’s DNA.

 

The court ruled that Segarra committed the murder for savings worth tens of millions of baht. He was also found guilty of falsifying documents to transfer Bt730,000 from Bernat’s account to his own.

 

A Spanish female friend of Segarra, a Catholic priest and members of the Spanish media were in court to hear the verdict.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30312934

 

 
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