Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by newtovillagelife » August 8, 2018, 8:28 am

Some find Thais posting these graphic images offensive, I have even heard uncivilized. While it is something I do not like to see, maybe if the graphic pictures of the Sandy Hook shooting were available, people might wake up. I find in the West things are sanitized (gun violence especially ), and therefore we become immune and accepting. That also could be touted as Uncivilized.

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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by stattointhailand » August 8, 2018, 10:46 am

I dont think the fact that the images are so graphic is the problem newtovillagelife, it is the fact that they are available on sites Udonmap/facebook etc and are in no way censored. My first thought when I looked was that if that was me lying there, my 9 year old daughter could easily see them, and with this guy being "about 40 - 50" he too could have a wife and young family. What sort of effect would that have on a childs life to see his her father in that state? If it were fiction it would be given a certificate that stopped young children getting to see it, and there is a reason for that censorship.

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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by samuel » August 8, 2018, 12:20 pm

stattointhailand wrote:
August 8, 2018, 10:46 am
Thanks to Udonmap and to samuel for their understanding
no problem sir.

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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by Lone Star » August 8, 2018, 12:51 pm

Supposedly, local police have found a video source that shows the deceased at a shop, near the location where he was found, purchasing some items that were found at the scene. I don't know if there is a date/time stamp on the video or not, but I would assume so if the video is still retrievable.
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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by tinpeeba » August 10, 2018, 8:05 pm

From https://sivtelegram.media/in-thailand-t ... ans/37069/
In the Thai province of Udon Thani found the body of Vladimir F. Man found in a ditch, his neck and ankles were tied several ropes. It is reported portal Life.

It is reported that next to the corpse was found the passport, which had established the identity of the Russians, and application form expired several years ago. According to the statements of the police, the death occurred about two weeks ago. All this time he lay in the woods.

The body was sent for examination.

More puzzles in this business came after he contacted the relatives of Vladimir residing in his native Salekhard. They claim to have contacted man as recently when, according to the police, he was supposed to be dead. Also, according to relatives, Vladimir tried every year to spend their vacation in Thailand and regularly issued a visa on arrival at the airport.

Therefore, the documents cannot be expired.
This publication looks like a front for Russian misinformation. Spelling and grammatical mistakes everywhere.

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Re: Udon Police trying to ID expat found dead off of Phosi Road

Post by Udon Map » August 10, 2018, 8:59 pm

tinpeeba wrote:
August 10, 2018, 8:05 pm
This publication looks like a front for Russian misinformation. Spelling and grammatical mistakes everywhere.
Unless, perhaps, it was translated by Google, which would explain the language issues.

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