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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi
    Please stop.
    I bet all the girls say that...


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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    What about the police reenactment this weekend that's meant to take place with the arms in the bucket lumberjack hacker.
    Buckets? Are you referring to LT?

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    I've been dropping buckets of hints that he's gone missing ever since this news broke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi
    I've been dropping buckets of hints that he's gone missing ever since this news broke.
    this info needs to be posted in his "achievers" thread.

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    Oh fook!...

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    Fokin LT.

    I did sense that he had it in him.

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    Thegent's gone silent, as well...

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    Come on guys no TD member would be seen dead wearing a pair of trainers like that would they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasabi View Post
    I've been dropping buckets of hints that he's gone missing ever since this news broke.
    Loy Toy has posted since this story broke.

    https://teakdoor.com/members-only/169...ml#post3357267

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Was a decent chop that took his head off above the chin.
    Probably used a band saw to get such neat cuts across the legs, as good as any butcher's.

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    ^Was thinking that as well. Lovely job, it must be said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmart View Post
    ^Was thinking that as well. Lovely job, it must be said.
    Yes.

    Also, I think the stiff's a female, under 40 yoa, I may be wrong, but that's my take on it, ....because the head is of a gracile (delicate/feminine)) skull shape, little (non-prominent) orbital bone (ridge above the eyes), fine eyebrows, gracile maxiliary prominence (small narrow cheekbones), and a healthy looking set of teeth,....plus longish blond hair.

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    You omitted the absence of an enlarged coccyx indicating a congenital defect borne by the male descendant of the Home Sapiens subset group known as the ENTus Homo Erectus Twattus.

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    Known by whom?...

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    Fuck off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Was a decent chop that took his head off above the chin.
    As we are all in Sherlock mode. I will make a stab that the body is male and he either killed himself or died of natural causes. His friends did not want to draw attention to themselves by reporting the death so they initially put the body in a chest freezer. Later when they had to move premises they had to cut up the body to put it in the upright freezer.

    Luigi noting that they cut above the chin, may be because in the chest freezer the body was hunched up with the head pressed down onto the torso making a clean cut across the neck impossible.

    All pure speculation of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum
    Fuck off.
    Say what?...Are you pissed?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seekingasylum View Post
    You omitted the absence of an enlarged coccyx indicating a congenital defect borne by the male descendant of the Home Sapiens subset group
    Does this look familiar to you?



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    ^ 555...A brace of sausages...

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey View Post
    The three suspects have been identified as Aaron Thomas Gabel, 33, and James Douglas Eger, 66, both American nationals, and Peter Andrew Colter, 56, of Britain.
    Charges laid in frozen-body case | Bangkok Post: news
    Must be English and American "only on paper" as we know how it is .. oh wait ...but they look WASP! ... ok then it's an exception, just bad seed like was the psycho guy who tortured kids in Cambodia, or the couple who beat a cop to death in Bali... or ...or ...

    Last hope would be that they recently converted to Islam, that would relieve many ...

    Just kiddin'

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    I heard from a reliable saws that the victim cut up rough & was dealt with accordingly.


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    Was a decent chop that took his head off above the chin.
    that reminds me, the Local Butchers Wife just had a cesarean

    it was a cut above the rest.............

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    Body in Bangkok fridge may be elderly European man

    Scan of dismembered body suggests saw used to cut man up.

    A SCAN on body parts found in a refrigerator during a raid last week on a building in Bangkok’s Sukhumvit Soi 56 suggests it was an elderly European man who was dismembered by an electric saw, Dr Udomsak Hoonwichit, of Chulalongkorn University’s faculty of medicine, said yesterday.

    The deceased man’s DNA will be collected for identification and given to the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for a check with its database, he said.

    Udomsak and Central Institute of Forensic Science director Suphot Nakngernthong took the dismembered body for a virtual autopsy yesterday by CT scan to try to determine the time of death, the cause and possibly some clues about the killer.

    That was carried out while other identification methods were used such as checking clothes and dental records, DNA sampling, and testing for traces of toxic elements or poison, Udomsak said. The results would also be sent to the FBI for a second check.

    “The fact the body parts were frozen could affect the probe result, especially for the time of death,” he said. “The body is suspected to have been dismembered by a sharp electric saw and he was initially found to be an elderly European man

    National police chief Pol General Chakthip Chaijinda said yesterday that the interrogation of three Western suspects arrested at the building for passport forgery and other charges helped police identify a possible motive for murder. But he declined to reveal that motive pending a further investigation, plus victim identification and whether the deceased was involved with the gang.

    He said police also contacted an unnamed embassy to see if the victim was a citizen of that country, as per a passport found in the building.

    Chakthip said the person who did this was cruel to kill and dismember someone to conceal a crime.

    He confirmed that the group was involved with forged passports. The suspected gang leader is a man in his 50s identified as Peter William Johnson from the US or Peter Andrew Colter from Northern Ireland.

    The two other suspects – Gabel Aaron Thomas, 33, and James Douglas Eger, 66, are both American.

    Chakthip said police found 10 British, French and US passports in the raid. They were investigating whether there are more accomplices and have summoned a Thai woman who married “Colter” for questioning

    Chakthip spoke while visiting Sgt-Major Kanchanapong Chedech at the Police General Hospital, where he was treated for gunshot wounds sustained during the raid last Friday.

    City police chief Lt-General Sanit Mahathaworn, meanwhile, said the dismembered man’s death was being investigated to find out if it was a murder or a natural death. Officials were awaiting forensic results before that could be ascertained. Police were collecting the deceased man’s fingerprints for submission to the FBI, so this week should yield some clarity.

    Body in the fridge – Related reports

    Police had found more accomplices in the gang, he said, but declined to give details.

    An informed source said investigators believed some evidence pointed at “Colter” as the alleged killer, so they had gathered more evidence for a possible murder charge.

    Sanit’s deputy Pol Maj-General Suwat Jaengyodsuk presided over a meeting of investigators yesterday with experts on guns, chemicals, autopsies and DNA identification. Suwat said they had some information on missing foreigners and had asked Immigration Police to give a list of foreigners who failed to renew visas.

    They had also contacted embassies of interest to try to identify the dismembered man, as well as the three suspects in custody.

    Suwat confirmed the group had contacted a temple in Bangkok about “cremating a friend” a month ago, so police would check with the temple whether a cremation ever took place.

    Police searched a house previously rented by “Colter” in Ekkamai Soi 12, so The Nation visited the neighbourhood yesterday. A resident living next door, food vendor Surin Leu-ai, said “Colter” appeared to be a reserved man. He had moved to the house alone seven or eight years ago. Over the past four to five years, two foreign friends were frequent visitors to the house.

    About four to five months ago, he and his wife heard a man scream loudly from “Colter’s” house at 10pm, so they were about to get their son to check on him. But it was silent later, so they assumed he did stuff around the house loudly. A month after, “Colter” moved out along with the fridge – which Surin said had been plugged in at the house – and it was also padlocked.

    “Colter”, who was injured when he was arrested, is in custody in the Police Hospital, while the two Americans are held at Bangkok Remand Prison.

    The three face charges of having guns and ammunition in their possession without permission, forging state-issued documents, possessing illicit drugs and hiding a dead body to conceal a crime. “Colter” faces extra charges of obstructing police in the performance of their duty and the attempted murder of an on-duty police man, who was shot in the chest

    Body in Bangkok fridge may be elderly European man - BangkokJack - Bangkok News

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwick
    cut above the chin, may be because in the chest freezer the body was hunched up with the head pressed down onto the torso making a clean cut across the neck impossible.
    I think you are right on this point.
    Definitely cut up when frozen.

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