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Thai Police Hunt Japanese Suspects in Grisly Murder Case


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Two Japanese men are under investigation by Thai police for allegedly murdering and dismembering a fellow countryman. The victim's remains, which included a skull and hands, were discovered in multiple black plastic bags discarded around Nonthaburi province.

 

Authorities have taken into custody a Thai man, only identified as 'Game', who is suspected of having a role in the crime. Police are currently examining a tattoo discovered on a body part believed to be drawn in a style associated with the Japanese criminal syndicate, the Yakuza.

 

Game has pleaded innocent, asserting that the victim had travelled with him as a front-seat passenger while the two wanted men sat in the back. As per his account to the police, on arriving at a warehouse, he was told to exit the car while the suspects accompanied the victim inside the building.

 

Game then went for a cigarette. He alleges hearing a gunshot after which the pair emerged carrying several black plastic bags. They then directed him to several locations within the Bangbuathong district of Nonthaburi where they dumped the bags.

 

Picture: Thai PBS

 

-- ASEAN NOW 2024-04-25

 

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So this man thinks being present during the murder and hiding the cut up bodies makes him innocent. He should get the death sentence along with the Japs who he claims killed the other man. 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Game has pleaded innocent, asserting that the victim had travelled with him as a front-seat passenger while the two wanted men sat in the back. As per his account to the police, on arriving at a warehouse, he was told to exit the car while the suspects accompanied the victim inside the building.

 

Game then went for a cigarette. He alleges hearing a gunshot after which the pair emerged carrying several black plastic bags. They then directed him to several locations within the Bangbuathong district of Nonthaburi where they dumped the bags

Sorry it's game over for you... you were the driver, and complicit in the murder

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Thai Police Hunt for Japanese Murder Suspects

 

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Two Japanese men are being sought by Thai authorities for the gruesome murder and dismemberment of Kabashima Ryosuke, another Japanese national. The police have already arrested a Thai national, referred to as Game, who has reportedly admitted to assisting in disposing of the body parts but denied involvement in the murder.

 

Game identified the two men as Kato Takuya, 50, and Suzuki Hiroto, 28, claiming that they had killed Ryosuke after a heated argument. All three men had been employed at a scam call centre operated by Takuya and Hiroto.

 

The victim's remains were recovered in Nonthaburi province, Thailand, where they had allegedly been discarded by the killers. Game also stated that Takuya and Hiroto, neither of whom have legal status in the country, forced him to assist in the murder's aftermath under threat, although he wouldn't reveal the details.

 

Despite claiming to operate a car part importing business and leasing a warehouse for storage, police investigations showed Takuya and Hiroto were running a call centre scam gang. Thai police are now cooperating with the Japanese authorities in the ongoing manhunt for the suspects.

 

-- ASEAN NOW 2024-04-25

 

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Game identified the two men as Kato Takuya, 50, and Suzuki Hiroto, 28, claiming that they had killed Ryosuke after a heated argument. All three men had been employed at a scam call centre operated by Takuya and Hiroto.

 

No big loss then if they were all scammers. Hopefully the killers will also be found and taken off the streets.

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12 hours ago, webfact said:

Game then went for a cigarette. He alleges hearing a gunshot after which the pair emerged carrying several black plastic bags.

Now I don't smoke, nor have I ever committed murder before dismembering, and then bagging-up an entire human body, but I have to think it'd certainly take longer than the time needed to smoke one cigarette.

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