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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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MURDER INVESTIGATION STUMBLES AS THAI POLICE SEEK MORE SUSPECTS

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THAI POLICE RECEIVE PRIME MINISTERIAL PRESSURE AND MIXED MESSAGES OVER MURDERS ON ‘PARADISE’ ISLAND Thai police appeared to be left without a murder suspect again last night – after three Burmese immigrant labourers were reportedly released from custody on the island of Koh Tao. And the big question is the investigation going the same way as other investigations of Brits …

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A SLAP ON THE BACK FOR A HACK

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A compliment this week comes from LGT Security and Investigations. They are singing my praises in their latest issue of the Security Briefing for Thailand. It seems they were impressed with the work that I put in on the Leo del Pinto murder case. I don’t think I am guessing by saying LBG is one of those ‘due diligence’ organisations …

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Cold shouldered by the Canucks over the Petit Fours

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PLUS – FATHER OF MURDERED CANADIAN LENDS SUPPORT TO FLYING SPORRAN The Flying Sporran’s Midweek Diary A bit of a gruelling week last week. Flew up to Chiang Mai for CBC to cover the verdict and judgement on the policeman accused of murdering backpacker Leo del Pinto in Pai, Mae Hong Son in 2008 while keeping one eye on the …

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EXCLUSIVE: BEHIND THE PAI MURDER – THE LIES AND THREATS – UPDATED WITH VIDEO

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FATHER FINALLY GETS SOME CLOSURE AFTER A REMARKABLE INVESTIGATION BRITISH JOURNALIST COMMENDED BY THAILAND’S HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSIONER Sergeant Uthai Dechachiwat never even glanced as the father of Canadian backpacker Leo del Pinto as they sat on parallel benches two metres apart at Chiang Mai Provincial Court. Five years eight months after Uthai gunned down 25-year-old Leo in Pai Uthai was …

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High Noon in Thailand – Parents of victims of crime fly in to seek closure.

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Ernie on Canada TV SATISFACTION SOUGHT. The parents of two victims of crimes in Thailand will fly into Bangkok in nine days’ time as the trial of one accused gets under way and a second one comes to an end. Ernie del Pinto, father of Leo del Pinto, is flying in for the sentencing of Police Sergeant Uthai Dechiwawat in …

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FIVE YEARS ON THAI POLICEMAN ADMITS MURDER-

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BUT FATHER WAS PUT THROUGH HELL! Five years and five months after his son was gunned down by a Thai policeman in the northern hill tribe town of Pai – the policeman who shot him has admitted to murder. After putting the father of Canadian Leo del Pinto through ‘hell’ Police Sergeant Uthai Dechawiwat has finally admitting murdering the 24-year-old …

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Evidence In Canadian Murder Case Exposes Thai Police Cover Up

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BUT CHIEF OF PAI POLICE WAS DISMISSED FROM THE FORCE- -From Andrew Drummond, Bangkok, January 7 2013- (Pic: Uthai who also clubbed to death his 18-year-old wife) The Thai policeman who shot dead Canadian Leo Del Pinto in the northern Thai village of Pai in January 2007 shot downwards into his body on both occasions contrary to statements put out …