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    Jomtien condo owner stabbed to death over rent dispute

    Husband and Wife wanted after fatal stabbing of Apartment owner in Jomtien
    Posted on July 5, 2013 at 4:30 am


    In the early hours of Friday, Police from Dongtan Sub-Station on Jomtien Beach were called to The Friendly Apartments in Soi Welcome Hotel off Jomtien Beach to investigate reports of a stabbing incident which caused the eventual death of the female owner of the apartments.

    Police met with Khun Patsorn aged 44, the cousin of the victim, Khun Tanjira aged 49, who was rushed to Hospital after sustaining two stab wounds to her neck and one to her stomach. Despite the best efforts of medical staff, she later died from her injuries.

    Earlier in the night she had gone to one of the rented apartments occupied by a Husband and Wife who had failed to pay their rent for several months. A heated argument ensued which was heard by Khun Patsorn who then heard the screams of her cousin after she was presumably stabbed by one of the room occupiers.

    The pair were seen to leave, in a hurry, on their Honda Click Motorbike, and have not been seen since.

    Police are now conducting a full murder investigation and are urgently trying to locate the room occupiers who are prime suspects in the case.

    - See more at: Husband and Wife wanted after fatal stabbing of Apartment owner in Jomtien | Pattaya One - Pattaya News, Thailand News, World News, updated 24 hours a day

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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    No, from observing them in their everyday lives for almost a decade.

    Many if not most seem to have a lot of anger and frustration in them, most likely due to their emotionally regressive society which forces them to bottle it up and smile while being treated like sh!t and living a difficult life that they have very little hope of escaping from.

    Then boom, the landlady comes to collect the rent you can't pay so it's a knife to the throat and flee on the Honda Wave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    No, from observing them in their everyday lives for almost a decade.

    Many if not most seem to have a lot of anger and frustration in them, most likely due to their emotionally regressive society which forces them to bottle it up and smile while being treated like sh!t and living a difficult life that they have very little hope of escaping from.

    Then boom, the landlady comes to collect the rent you can't pay so it's a knife to the throat and flee on the Honda Wave.
    Yes, but incidents like that happen in every Country though , not just Thailand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    No, from observing them in their everyday lives for almost a decade.

    Many if not most seem to have a lot of anger and frustration in them, most likely due to their emotionally regressive society which forces them to bottle it up and smile while being treated like sh!t and living a difficult life that they have very little hope of escaping from.

    Then boom, the landlady comes to collect the rent you can't pay so it's a knife to the throat and flee on the Honda Wave.
    Yes, but incidents like that happen in every Country though , not just Thailand
    I've yet to witness such repressed anger like I have in Thailand, and I've lived in many countries.

    Perhaps you're just trolling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    No, from observing them in their everyday lives for almost a decade.

    Many if not most seem to have a lot of anger and frustration in them, most likely due to their emotionally regressive society which forces them to bottle it up and smile while being treated like sh!t and living a difficult life that they have very little hope of escaping from.

    Then boom, the landlady comes to collect the rent you can't pay so it's a knife to the throat and flee on the Honda Wave.
    Yes, but incidents like that happen in every Country though , not just Thailand
    I've yet to witness such repressed anger like I have in Thailand, and I've lived in many countries.

    Perhaps you're just trolling.
    So you feel that people getting stabbed about rent disputes only happens in Thailand and no where else in the World?

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    Yup, trolling.

    Never mind lad, better luck with the next guy.

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    I blame Citibank

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    LOL, D'oh, "youre a troll"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Shagnastier View Post
    I blame Citibank
    Did they give them free knives while signing up or something?

    Here's your ATM card, bank book, and a free 12 inch kitchen knife in case you don't feel like paying the rent and the 40 yr old landlady comes asking for it..... Perhaps it leaves the Citibank logo on the victim's skin when the photos make the front page of the newpapers the next day.

    Crafty marketing people.

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    ^ Spooky perception

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
    Yup, trolling.

    Never mind lad, better luck with the next guy.


    Aussie guy who owned a rental block in Chicago got shot by a lottery winning dad of the person he fronted up for late rent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necron99 View Post
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    Yup, trolling.

    Never mind lad, better luck with the next guy.


    Aussie guy who owned a rental block in Chicago got shot by a lottery winning dad of the person he fronted up for late rent.
    Jesuuuus.

    Thais mustn't have any repressive anger issues then.

    Thanks for the education.

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    BBC News - Brixton shooting: Man and woman shot during eviction attempt

    Brixton shooting: Man and woman shot during eviction attempt

    3 July 2013 Last updated at 17:02 GMT Help A man and a woman were shot as they tried to evict a tenant from a house in Brixton, south London, police said.
    The man in his 60s and the woman, 59, from Metropolitan Housing Association, were attempting to force a man to leave a house in Strathleven Road.
    Armed officers were called to the scene at about 09:50 BST. This footage shows the moment when they forced entry to a property and a man was arrested.
    The arrested man was unarmed, but a gun was later found. He is in custody at a south London police station.

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    That straw just dropped, quick, try snatching at it again.

    You're not actually googling that stuff on a Saturday night to try and prove some point about Thais not having repressed anger issues, are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa
    flee on the Honda Wave.
    It says it was a Click...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
    That straw just dropped, quick, try snatching at it again.

    You're not actually googling that stuff on a Saturday night to try and prove some point about Thais not having repressed anger issues, are you?
    Actually he think he's proved his point and yours is simply opinion, and a pretty half arsed one at that.

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    I think Noosa made a good point, quantity becomes a whole new quality of violent crimes in Thailand. Pattaya isn't a particularly large city, but there is a murder every day on average. That is Chicago level. I'm not surprised that the apologists came to the rescue of Thailand's reputation from post #3 onwards, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainfall View Post
    I think Noosa made a good point, quantity becomes a whole new quality of violent crimes in Thailand. Pattaya isn't a particularly large city, but there is a murder every day on average. That is Chicago level. I'm not surprised that the apologists came to the rescue of Thailand's reputation from post #3 onwards, though.
    Farang attacked with a samurai sword 2 days ago. (I looked for the Citibank logo but the resolution isn't clear enough)

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1399217790289612

    Peaceful Buddhists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluke View Post
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    Yep, do it all the time. So do they. Same Same

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
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    I think Noosa made a good point, quantity becomes a whole new quality of violent crimes in Thailand. Pattaya isn't a particularly large city, but there is a murder every day on average. That is Chicago level. I'm not surprised that the apologists came to the rescue of Thailand's reputation from post #3 onwards, though.
    Farang attacked with a samurai sword 2 days ago. (I looked for the Citibank logo but the resolution isn't clear enough)

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1399217790289612

    Peaceful Buddhists.
    I'm sad to say that he died as a result.

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    After a dispute over the fare, the victim was walking away when he was attacked by the Thai taxi driver with a Samurai sword.

    RIP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa
    After a dispute over the fare, the victim was walking away when he was attacked by the Thai taxi driver with a Samurai sword.
    http://teakdoor.com/thailand-and-asi...word-taxi.html (American Hacked to death with Samurai Sword by Taxi Driver.)

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    Best let a third party real estate manager handle the collection of rent and general terms and conditions. It will cost you 1 months rent annually to have this service but it may save your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noosa View Post
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    Jeez, killing a woman over a few month's rent.

    Wonder if it would have happened if they hadn't grown up and lived in such an emotionally regressive society.

    Just looking behind the smiles I see a lot of anger here.
    So you are judging the whole of Thai society on one single incident ?
    No, from observing them in their everyday lives for almost a decade.

    Many if not most seem to have a lot of anger and frustration in them, most likely due to their emotionally regressive society which forces them to bottle it up and smile while being treated like sh!t and living a difficult life that they have very little hope of escaping from.

    Then boom, the landlady comes to collect the rent you can't pay so it's a knife to the throat and flee on the Honda Wave.
    Pointless killing her if they couldn't pay the rent, and then fleeing which means they're not going to stay there anyway. Makes more sense to flee without the killing, but that's farang logic.

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