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Mother of murdered German in Samui gives up hope of ever getting justice

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Yet another nail in the coffin of tourism.  When is someone of position going to understand that all this stuff is sent around the world on social media to the detriment of the entire nation?!!!   Just beggars belief.

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Just another example of not having a professional modern effective efficient police service that actually enforce all laws equally and without favor.

 

Too many influential families and too much money to divvy out down there.

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Here in Thailand it's all about MONEY: there is no justice in this country and all is under a corrupt system run by the so called "influental people" and supported by the so called "government"!!!!!!!

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My heart goes out to the poor mother who lost her son.   This is just another case of Thai injustice... sad to say but it's true!  'The rich get richer, the poor get the picture' 

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Farangs have very little security when it really comes down to it. Flying under the radar at all times, avoid all communication especially financial transactions (I don't mean day to day shopping) where ever possible and never every pay anyone one off EVER. That is the slipperiest slope of all. Once you get on that ride it's impossible to get off. In this case the German Government instead of letting millions of refugees into their Country should be looking after their own much better. It's a disgrace and Thailand needs to be ashamed of itself.

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1 hour ago, timewilltell said:

I have a couple of police reports currently going nowhere too which I am still following up 18 months later and included all the necessary evidence for the police so I understand the problem of this poor woman.

 

What really gets my goat is that the Embassies really want to do NOTHING to follow these cases up and it seems this is all in the hope of trade promotion with a country that is beset by rampant fraud and corruption which is throughly legislated against and prosecuted in these Western countries.  Apart from the fact they are leading small investors into a vipers nest, they are really actively encouraging the racist and corrupt practices that are becoming more and more frequent and unchecked.  It really is a disgrace on both sides.

And then again sometimes it is not the police but the Prosecutors who create the delays and obstruction but it seems that the richer the family involved, the more likely strange delays occur - funny that isn't it?.  The tentacles of corruption are like vineweed - they are long and extensive and difficult to get rid of completely.  It is really quite difficult to find out what is really going on especially without ''contacts'' to help.  A good dose of roundup required.

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2 hours ago, IamNoone88 said:

Disgraceful. The matter should not rest. The German Embassy should voice a very public opinion.

Understood, but here's a reality check; As much as some German  foreign affairs personnel want to do something, there is no political will in Germany to take action. NONE.  German foreign policy reflects the public sentiment, and the reality is that the German people do not care enough to take forceful action.

Yes, it is disgusting . Yes, there is a denial of justice. However, ask yourself why;

1. German  industry and  other invests still pour  money into Thailand. Taking forceful action might hurt their profits.

2. Since the murder , 2,000,000 German visitors have come to Thailand.  Obviously, the murder did not discourage their visits.

3. Duesseldorfer Express, BILD, FARANG, Wochenblitz et al have not made an effort to follow up or push the story. Obviously, it is not an interest to these outlets, nor to their readers.

 

Sad to say, it's just another dead body to the German public and they do not seem too upset over the  savage murder.

 

 

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

Mr Schwartges was brutally murdered in Soi Green Mango by five mobsters

 

They weren't mobsters.

 

They were teenage thugs.

 

 

Imagine what they'll get up to now, knowing that they can stomp a farang to death in front of cctv and nothing ever happen to them.

 

Disgusting jungle society and culture. 

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2 hours ago, carmine said:

Yet another nail in the coffin of tourism.

Utter nonsense.

 

Unfortunately. 

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I don't understand why the German Embassy has not written to the Ministry of Justice or the Prime Minister to complain about this and demand action.  They are just as guilty as the Thais for their inaction.

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13 minutes ago, DLang said:

Utter nonsense.

 

Unfortunately. 

If you think stuff like this flowing through social media doesn't have a detrimental effect you must live in cloud cookoo land.  Wouldn't have had any effect ten years ago but in these times very much so.

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