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Two arrested for murder of Myanmar woman in Phuket, one suspect confesses 

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Police interrogate the two suspects. Photo: Chalong Police
 

PHUKET: Police arrested two men from Myanmar in Chalong today (Aug 12) for the murder of a Myanmar woman on August 10.

 

Police say one of arrested men confessed to strangling the female victim following a domestic argument.

 

On Thursday (Aug 10) Chalong Police began investigating the murder of a 20-year-old female Myanmar national, named only as Ms Thida, who was found dead in her room in Rawai. See story here.


Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/two-arrested-for-murder-of-myanmar-woman-in-phuket-one-suspect-confesses-63441.php#LcQohJddqmOsOpK1.97

 

 

 
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-- © Copyright Phuket News 2017-08-13

 

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PAIBKK    8

Birmese culprits ofcourse. A Thai would never have done this...

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dinsdale    856

Before I clicked on the link, I knew (and I imagine everyone else), that the "two arrested" would not be Thai. I wonder why?

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observer90210    994

On looking at the picture,

 

one could speculate on which of the Men in Black, first bashed up the suspects!!?

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sanemax    2,038
3 hours ago, dinsdale said:

Before I clicked on the link, I knew (and I imagine everyone else), that the "two arrested" would not be Thai. I wonder why?

Because the deceased was Burmese and the Police believed that the Burmese men who lived with her committed the crime ?

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dinsdale    856
1 hour ago, sanemax said:

Because the deceased was Burmese and the Police believed that the Burmese men who lived with her committed the crime ?

Well if that's what the police believe. I'm not saying that's not the case. The link didn't mention culprits. Just saying I knew they wouldn't be Thai. Thais don't murder foreigners.

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Tchooptip    1,686
8 hours ago, PAIBKK said:

Birmese culprits ofcourse. A Thai would never have done this...

This type of comment is not flattering for the forum, not to mention the fact that it comes back hundreds of times, however, everyone does not share my opinion since most of the time it generates a lot of "likes":coffee1:

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sanemax    2,038
1 hour ago, dinsdale said:

Well if that's what the police believe. I'm not saying that's not the case. The link didn't mention culprits. Just saying I knew they wouldn't be Thai. Thais don't murder foreigners.

I do know that you are making a reference to the Kao Tao murders, but, this is a different case

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wakeupplease    1,605
3 hours ago, sanemax said:

Because the deceased was Burmese and the Police believed that the Burmese men who lived with her committed the crime ?

Oh come on before the cops leave the station its either suicide or the Burmese did it if a farang or the likes of is involved.

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sanemax    2,038
Just now, wakeupplease said:

Oh come on before the cops leave the station its either suicide or the Burmese did it if a farang or the likes of is involved.

It quite often is suicide and in this case, the Burmese are quite likely to be the murderes

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wakeupplease    1,605
1 hour ago, Tchooptip said:

This type of comment is not flattering for the forum, not to mention the fact that it comes back hundreds of times, however, everyone does not share my opinion since most of the time it generates a lot of "likes":coffee1:

And neither is suicide when the hands are tied behind there backs when they hang themselves

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wakeupplease    1,605
Just now, sanemax said:

It quite often is suicide and in this case, the Burmese are quite likely to be the murderes

Oh sorry I forgot locals could not do such a thing, yet we read every day they do and even try to hang kids when the husband does not pick up the phone.

My Mistake

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sanemax    2,038
5 minutes ago, wakeupplease said:

Oh sorry I forgot locals could not do such a thing, yet we read every day they do and even try to hang kids when the husband does not pick up the phone.

My Mistake

That was one comment by one person, yes it was untrue and misguided . But that was a comment about one case and it isnt Thai law

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