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Attack on Russian teacher in Pattaya: Thai man, 35, admits brutal crime to "relieve stress"


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4 hours ago, newnative said:

What a bunch of bull releasing the suspect because the victim 'couldn't provide testimony'. 

 

Maybe she opted for some cash to "forget" her testimony. 

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5 hours ago, newnative said:

    What a bunch of bull releasing the suspect because the victim 'couldn't provide testimony'.  Suppose she had died--she couldn't provide testimony then, either.  No case because she's dead?  Absolute nonsense saying a case can't 'properly go through the Thai court system' unless the victim provides testimony.  How about a victim left in a coma?  Sorry, guy!  Wake up and 'provide testimony' or you're out of luck getting any justice!  If that were actually the case, it would be a huge incentive to kill any witnesses to a crime so they could not 'provide testimony'--that way you'd apparently be home free even if you confess, like this utter lowlife did.

 

They could have easily built a solid forensic and circumstantial case against this guy that would have required very little by way of the victim identifying the offender. 

 

She would have had his skin under her fingernails, and possibly some of his saliva on her skin.  She may have even pulled out some of his hair. 

 

He may have had some of her blood on his clothing.  He may have had injuries constant with a struggle and / or skin off his knuckles. 

 

CCTV put his car at the scene, but that does not mean he was at the scene, but he would then need an alibi.  They could impound and examine his car and do a search warrant on his house.  Probably find trophies from past victims. 

 

Basically, put him at the scene, without her testimony, but too much hard work for them, and this particular crime is not "damaging" enough to Thailand's image to warrant a proper investigation. 

 

3rd world policing, in a 3rd world country. 

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