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IS DNA TESTING IN THAILAND MERELY A COMPLEMENT TO POLICE TORTURE

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THE KOH TAO MURDER CASE – NOT NO MAFIA, BUT WHICH MAFIA? Sunday, April 10, 2016 Solicitor Ian Yarwood analyses the evidence in the Koh Tao Murder Case and find it suspends belief, while Andrew Drummond puts a litte spanner in the works. Thai prosecutors cannot be trusted to tell the truth. But if that is not so startling, actions coming …

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‘JUSTIFIABLY PROUD’ BRITISH CONSULAR SERVICE PROMISES TO REMOVE DIGIT

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FAMILIES OF MURDER VICTIMS ABROAD TO GET MORE ASSISTANCE The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office is to set up an ‘Access to Justice Unit’ to help the families of victims of murder and manslaughter overseas. The move follows criticism from the families which included demonstrations in London and a review by the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee. According to an FCO …

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FOREIGN OFFICE FAILED TO GIVE PROPER SUPPORT TO BRITS IN TROUBLE – REPORT

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THAILAND SINGLED OUT IN SHOOTING CASE IN BAD WEEK FOR FCO. Britain’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office has been condemned by MPs for failing to offer acceptable levels of help to Britons in trouble abroad, according to a report in today’s Observer. The Foreign Office which has had its budget substantially slashed has even failed to help those alleging torture in …

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BRITAIN RATCHETS UP WARNINGS TO TOURISTS TO THAILAND – FOLLOWING KOH TAO MURDERS

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The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has intensified its travel advisory to Thailand focusing on the Samui Archipelago, the scene of the recent murders of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller. It warns of unprovoked attacks whether by individuals or in gangs and now includes Koh Tao in addition to Koh Samui and Koh Phangan. The FCO advisory is based on …