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Thai police spokesman says Belgian tourist died from suffocation

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Police spokesman says Belgian tourist dies from suffocation

 

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The deputy spokesman of the Royal Thai Police said forensic examination of the Belgian tourist showed she died from suffocation, indicating she took her own life.

 

Pol Col Krissana Patanacharoen, deputy spokesman of the Royal Thai Police, said police investors have questioned more than 10 witnesses and have completed the forensic examination of the  30-year-old Belgian tourist Ms Elise Dallemagne.

 

The result showed she died from suffocation as no traces of body assault were found, he said.

 

He said her relatives have looked through he evidence and were cleared of suspicion of murder.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/police-spokesman-says-belgian-tourist-dies-suffocation/

 

 
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7 minutes ago, dake333 said:

No traces of assault evidence?. Wasn't she partially eaten by a large lizard?

Elise was identified by dental records

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From the article " tried to commit suicide "

A different report states that Elise was disorientated and confused suffering from dehydration

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7 minutes ago, rockingrobin said:

Elise was identified by dental records

SO?

 

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Guru linked to Koh Tao's dead Belgian tourist left country: Police

 

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BANGKOK — Police on Monday searched residence that belonged to a spiritual mentor of a Belgian tourist who died on Koh Tao two months ago, a death her family found suspicious.

 

Media reports said Elise Dallemagne, 30, actively participated in a New Age group led by Raaman Andreas before she was found hanged in a jungle on the island in April. Police said they wanted to question Andreas about the incident, but the self-proclaimed guru had already left Thailand.

 

“He left the country two months ago,” Deputy Surat Thani police commander Preecha Kladsawad.

 

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2017/07/03/guru-linked-koh-taos-dead-belgian-tourist-left-country-police/

 

 
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It doesn't matter what comments are made here.....this a seriously sinister case, and no doubt comments will soon be stopped.

The influence from KT goes above the top!

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