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Court to rule on gruesome murder case against Spanish man

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59 minutes ago, SiamBeast said:

Tattoos have nothing to do with the case, but how often do you see perfect law-abiding citizens who work respectable jobs covered in tattoos like that?

 

 

My hairdresser and barber has tattoos from head to toe and works in a fancy salon in Central Embassy. Cut and shave will cost you around 2,000 baht. 

I consider this an honest and respectable job. Not like he is issuing traffic tickets or something. 

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5 minutes ago, JerryinTH said:

 

My hairdresser and barber has tattoos from head to toe and works in a fancy salon in Central Embassy. Cut and shave will cost you around 2,000 baht. 

I consider this an honest and respectable job. Not like he is issuing traffic tickets or something. 

 Exception confirm the rule.

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"Father forgive them for they know not what they are doing."  For Pete's sake.  What a disgusting individual.   The tattoos do not exactly detract  from the distinct impression that he is probably not really a very nice chap anyway, with or without the ink.    He looks happy to be having his life's

3 hours ago, mercman24 said:

your first 6 words said it all about your judgmental attitude.l

If he ever gets out are you volunteering to let him come and stay with you and your family?   I didn't think so.

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3 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.

Yeah... the orange, one-piece, county jail jumpsuit would handily cover them up and everyone would think he was simply a plumber.

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must admit ....it's scary....he doesnt look like a killer...... i mean the picture make him look good.....innocent or not...... psychopath or not..... you can never trust anyone for real.... all the people who around you ..could decide ..for a reason or no reason to end you savagely .......

 

So be careful and watch your back ..... 

 

Chok dee all :)

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2 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Probably because he knows that the entire proceedings are a farce. If you have ever seen Thai trials you will understand.

The "Forgive them, they don't know what they are doing" line kind of supports that.

I don't know if he did it or not, but I would not trust any judgment from the courts here. Look at the Koh Tao boys as a perfect example.

 

when you know that fact...and also the fact about thai police corruption ..you will certainly behave correctly ....... 

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ID: 41   Posted (edited)

1 hour ago, SiamBeast said:

it's hard to plead innocent to murder when you look like most criminals who are already in jail

Maybe you mean hardened criminals.

 

Can you cite statistics on this ? :)

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1 hour ago, davidill said:

What the hell have tattoos got to do with anything.

A lot of people associate tattos with mafia type bad guys and prostitues, like islam and terror.

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1 minute ago, AGLV0121 said:

Can you cite statistics on this ? :)

No statistics but my buddy, a criminal defense lawyer in Houston got his 'guilty as sin' client off a murder charge when the deputies working the courthouse didn't allow the defendant time to change from his orange coveralls into the 3-piece suit before entering court. Instant objection and call for a mistrial, upheld by the judge who roundly tore the sheriffs deputies a new ringpiece before discharging the murderer.

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Just reading the many post here one can learn alot about human nature. The guy is very out of it, why a bible verse on your hand in a buddhist country, doesn't really make a statement in Thailand

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4 hours ago, rainwater said:

Why are you trying to tell people what they should believe 

That was a question. Not an instruction.

There does appear to be strong evidence and the crime is monstrous. If proven guilty then he is indeed a monster.

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