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Woman’s body found dumped beside road south of Patong

By Eakkapop Thongtub

 

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PHUKET: Police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found wrapped in a blanket beside the road between Patong and Karon earlier today (Jan 29).

 

Officers from the Patong Police called the Patong Branch of Kusoldharm Foundation to join them at the scene, near the Phuket Provincial office of the Agricultural Land Reform Office (Alro) on Patak Rd, at 1:15pm after receiving a call from passer-by asking them to check out what he thought was a dead body beside the road.

 

At the scene, police and rescue workers confirmed the passer-by’s suspicions: the body of a woman was found wrapped in the duvet beside the road.

 

Full story: https://www.thephuketnews.com/woman-body-found-dumped-beside-road-south-of-patong-78832.php

 

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So much for "secure the scene" by forensics, I count around 17 people truddging around that body.

 

How many actually need to be there. Ridiculous.

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8 hours ago, CharlieH said:

So much for "secure the scene" by forensics,

Yes indeed, and as an ex-forensic expert, the first priority. Also "approved" officers investigating the scene should all wear protective "scenes of crime" suits to prevent contamination of the scene - especially in relation to DNA (hairs etc.) and clothing fibres. Photo taken in Chippenham UK 2017:-

 

Chippenham, UK. 10th May, 2017. Police forensic SOCO officers are Stock  Photo - Alamy

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I guess the plastic tape has been set to delimit the zone from within which people have a good view on the corpse and the best selfies can be taken.

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32 minutes ago, Burma Bill said:

Yes indeed, and as an ex-forensic expert, the first priority. Also "approved" officers investigating the scene should all wear protective "scenes of crime" suits to prevent contamination of the scene - especially in relation to DNA (hairs etc.) and clothing fibres

The correct DNA can be found at a later date. 

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Forensic Police are there, the two ladies in the foreground and the balding guy taking notes or pictures on his phone, but it's hard to understand why so many medical people (Kusoldharm Foundation volunteers?) need to be standing over the body. 

Crime scene investigation here will never match western practices until human life is held as sacred as in those countries.

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, Old Croc said:

Forensic Police are there, the two ladies in the foreground and the balding guy taking notes or pictures on his phone, but it's hard to understand why so many medical people (Kusoldharm Foundation volunteers?) need to be standing over the body. 

Crime scene investigation here will never match western practices until human life is held as sacred as in those countries.

 

 

 

Forensics Thai style.

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23 hours ago, CharlieH said:

So much for "secure the scene" by forensics, I count around 17 people truddging around that body.

 

How many actually need to be there. Ridiculous.

I guess looking for footprints might be a bit late, along with all the other forensics.

One day they might learn secure the scene, keep everyone away while forensics do their work.

Then let the other teams enter the area.

I did say one day... just not which one.

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