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BURMESE INNOCENT OF MURDERS OF BRITS ON KOH TAO – SAYS BURMESE GOVERNMENT TEAM

In Hannah Witheridge and David Miller, Koh Tao Murders, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond

FINDINGS FLY IN THE FACE OF PRESS STATEMENTS BY PARENTS OF VICTIMS From today’s Irrawaddy The Burmese migrant workers accused of the murders of Britons Hannah Witheridge and David Miller are innocent and should be acquitted of the murders if they face a fair trial – a Burmese government investigation team said today. The Myanmar investigation had traced Burmese witnesses …

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KOH TAO MURDERS – PROSECUTION FAIL TO MAKE DISCLOSURES

In Hannah Witheridge and David Miller, Koh Tao Murders, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond

FOREIGN OFFICE SHOULD BE CALLED TO ACCOUNT The two Burmese migrant workers accused of the brutal killings of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller on the Thai ‘paradise island’ of Koh Tao, have been given just 16 more days to prepare their case which has now been quietly been brought forward to Boxing Day. But the prosecution has made no disclosure …

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FUND SET UP FOR DEFENCE IN KOH TAO MURDER CASE

In Hannah Witheridge and David Miller, Koh Tao Murders, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond

With the arrival in Thailand of the parents of Win Zaw Htun and Zaw Lin the two 21-year-old Burmese migrant labourers accused of the murders of Hannah Witheridge and Win Zaw Htun a fund has now been set up to pay the for the defence in the coming trial. There is widespread disquiet at the police investigation into the barbaric …

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BRITISH POLICE TO BE ALLOWED TO CHECK DNA AND TORTURE CLAIMS

In Hannah Witheridge, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond

THAI PM CONCEDES TO REQUEST BY DAVID CAMERON But Thai police chief not happy British police have been given the green light to investigate DNA procedures and torture claims surrounding the Thai investigation into the murders of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller. Diplomatic sources have confirmed that Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-Ocha has accepted that a British team can now …

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KOH TAO MURDERS – HE WENT THIS WAY – NO HE WENT THAT AWAY

In Hannah Witheridge, Uncategorised, Zaw Lin by Andrew Drummond

CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE KOH TAO MURDER TRIAL? HERE’S A ROUGH GUIDE  No it was this way!  No it was that  a’way! A defendant writes Thailand’s Justice system will come under considerable scrutiny during the trial of the two young Burmese men if foreign observers are allowed and foreign police are also able to come and ‘liaise’. But …