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Court to rule on gruesome murder case against Spanish man

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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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He'll have smile wiped off his face in the showers for the next couple of decades, if he lasts that long.

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29 minutes ago, NanLaew said:

got his 'guilty as sin' client off a murder charge

 

Nothing surprising after OJ's trial :-/

 

By statistics, I referred to ratios of criminals Vs tattoo bearers, Everybody's got one these days.

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1 hour ago, soalbundy said:

A lot

Maybe he should have had a manicure and some teeth whitening treatment as well. What a load of rubbish. It makes no difference what the guy looks like as justice is meant to be blind and without prejudice, it`s whether he is guilty as changed what this case is all about.

 

But in my opinion he is as guilty as sin. Can`t imagine the torment his victim must have went through. If they do execute him, I hope it`s as slow and painful as his victim suffered.

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2 hours ago, davidill said:

What the hell have tattoos got to do with anything.

don't you know all people with tattoos are shady characters. 

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5 hours ago, rainwater said:

Why are you trying to tell people what they should believe 

No country need prosecuters or courts with your atitude. Let the people judge and sentence, right?

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ID: 54   Posted (edited)

Nice to see that he's apparently a good Bible-reading type guy.... :ph34r:

 

Except, the photo of his hand shows "Lucas", not "Luke."

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5 minutes ago, TallGuyJohninBKK said:

Nice to see that he's apparently a good Bible-reading type guy.... :ph34r:

 

Except, the photo of his hand shows "Lucas", not "Luke."

 

He is Spanish.

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6 hours ago, Nasrullah said:

You do still believe in innocent until proven otherwise?

Nah  ,That's all Bull,,,You are Guilty until you can prove innocence,no matter what country you are.

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6 hours ago, rainwater said:

Why is this monster smiling 

He found a way to stay in Thailand for life without any visa hazel.

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3 hours ago, davidill said:

What the hell have tattoos got to do with anything.

My thoughts precisely, sir. That smile is more likely to turn people against him than the tats

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6 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.

I think he is well past the "impressing the court" stage. You heard the phrase "wants 15 minutes of fame" well this guy is greedy he wants more. 

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Reminds me of that old movie "Night of the Hunter"

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