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Mord in Lamai/Koh Samui an Studentin

Erstellt von JT29, 04.01.2006, 16:49 Uhr · 87 Antworten · 7.424 Aufrufe

  1. #31
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    Re: Mord in Lamai/Koh Samui an Studentin

    Hier nochmals der offizielle Bericht
    Four questioned in Horton murder probe

    KOH SAMUI (The Nation/Phuket Gazette): Police detained four men last night for questioning as part of their investigation into the murder of Welsh university student Katherine Horton on this popular resort island.

    They also took DNA samples from the four, all employees of a resort close to the bungalow where Ms Horton, 21, was staying. Witnesses saw the men dining at a food stall nearby on the night of the murder, police said. No charges had been filed against the four as of last night.

    A motorcycle owned by one of the men, whose identities were not immediately released by police, was seen parked outside Katherine’s bungalow at the New Hut resort on the evening of January 1. But the owner said he had earlier rented it to a foreign tourist, investigators said. The man produced a document to support his claim, they added.

    Police yesterday questioned the four for several hours after t aking them into custody at the Sea View Paradise resort on Lamai Beach. The resort is next to the one where Ms Horton, a third-year psychology student from Cardiff, was spending her New Year’s holiday with friends at the time she was killed.

    Investigators took samples from the men for DNA analysis after questioning them yesterday and taking them to Samui Hospital for medical checks last night. They were later brought back to Samui police station for further questioning.

    A source at the hospital said DNA sampling was carried out yesterday on seven foreigners and eight Thais, including the four men under detention, as part of the police investigation.

    Ms Horton’s body was found on Monday in the sea off Thong Krok Beach, a few kilometers from the resort where she had been staying. Police said she had been hit several times on the head and body with a blunt instrument, before being thrown into the sea to drown.

    A primary po lice investigation showed that Ms Horton was likely attacked while walking on the beach near her bungalow on the evening of January 1.

    Ms Horton was talking to her mother, Elizabeth, on her mobile phone when the attack took place, and her mother reportedly heard her scream before the call was cut off.

    Police at first said that an initial examination had shown no signs that Ms Horton was ..... before she was murdered, but Pol Maj Gen Santhan Chayanont, Deputy Commissioner of Police Region 8, told the Gazette today, “After looking at much of the evidence we have concluded that Ms Horton was ..... and murdered. A forensic examination discovered semen in her body.

    “DNA samples are being taken from all suspects, and officers from the Police Forensic Science Office in Bangkok are checking these against evidence already found. We expect complete results of this analysis soon. It will be our main route of investigation.”

    The results of the tests are expected today or tomorrow, he said.

    Investigators also plan to check photographs from an automatic security camera installed near the spot where Ms Horton was believed to have been attacked, a police source said yesterday.

    “At a resort nearby, there is a set of sensor-equipped cameras and lights that automatically snap pictures when something moves past at night. We hope to find some leads from the photo records,” the source said.

    Police yesterday set up a field command centre on Koh Samui for the murder investigation. More than 100 police personnel from local and Bangkok-based units fanned out across the island in search of leads in the case.

    Central Investigation Bureau deputy commissioner Pol Maj Gen Asavin Kwanmuang and Tourist Police commander Maj Gen Panya Mamen held a meeting with investigators to inquire about their progress.

    “We have found some leads but cannot publi cly discuss the details now. Some witnesses have been questioned and evidence gathered that leads to certain suspects,” Maj Gen Panya said.

    “I am a father with daughters too, and so are many other officers who are racing against time to solve the case here with the heart of a father,” said Surat Thani Provincial Police Chief, Pol Maj Gen Voravate Vinitnatyanon.

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    17:30 local time (GMT +7)

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  3. #32
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    Police detain 3 teenagers over tourist murder

    Bangkok Post

    Police Saturday detained three Surat Thani teenagers in Bangkok for questioning over possible links to the Jan 2 .... and murder of Welsh tourist Katherine Horton on Koh Samui.

    The three went missing from the island off Surat Thani after the murder and Crime Suppression Division police followed their trail to the capital before arresting them Saturday.

    Their names were not disclosed. Police collected saliva and hair samples from them for DNA tests to determine if they were responsible for the crime.

    Police have also arrested a fugitive attempted murder suspect, Sirichai Chanphong, for questioning in connection to the case.
    Police also took a British couple who found Horton's cellphone back to Koh Samui from Bangkok Saturday for questioning.

    They wanted the Britons to point out the location where they found the phone.

    Pol Maj-Gen Assawin Kwanmuang, deputy commissioner of the Central Investigation Bureau, said telephone records showed Horton made her last call to her mother in Britain between 9.43pm and 10pm on Jan 1, and her mother heard a dog barking and a scream before the line went silent. Horton was ..... and killed, and semen was found in her .......
    Two police teams combing the crime scene found bloodstains and locks of hair in front of a bungalow on Lamai beach, about four kilometres from Thong Krok beach where Horton's body was discovered. Another police team found locks of hair at Ban Bang Rak pier.

    Samples of the blood and hair were collected and sent to the police's Institute of Forensic Medicine for DNA tests for comparison with the victim's DNA.

    Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has called on the police to solve the case quickly.

  4. #33
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    Zitat Zitat von Dieter1",p="306156
    ... Also warum wunderts Dich?
    mich wundert es nicht wirklich, sogar meine Lebensgefaehrtin meinte:"ooohh, something very fishy here!..." Als sie die ersten Thainachrichten hoerte.

    Nun da das Thema schon um die ganze Welt ist, kann nur noch schwerlich vertuscht werden, mal sehen was dabei letztendlich herauskommt.

    @Odd: So ist es halt...

  5. #34
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    Brandaktuell, soeben 15.35 Uhr im Thaivisa.com veroeffentlicht, nachdem erste Meldungen in dieser Hinsicht bereits heute morgen laut wurden:

    BANGKOK POST NEWS FLASH:

    DNA tests Monday afternoon indicated that 2 Thai fishermen who confessed to murder of British tourist Katherine Horton ..... victim.

    The two suspects have been brought to Bangkok for DNA tests and it's confirmed their semen matches samples from two men found in Horton's body during an autopsy.

    --Bangkok Post 2006-01-09 15:05

    In der heutigen gedruckten Ausgabe der Bangkok Post noch die Meldung, dass die ersten DNA-Analysen negativ waren und dann ging es auf einmal Schlag auf Schlag.

    Den Meldungen zufolge, haetten die Taeter zugegeben, das Opfer mit einem Strandschirm niedergeschlagen, vergewaltigt und dann erneut mit Schlaegen tracktiert und anschliessend ins Meer geworfen zu haben.

    Ist dieses richtig dann wuerde es sich um kaltbluetigen Mord handeln und hierfuer hat Thailand eine Antwort. Todesstrafe oder bei Gestaendnis gegebenenfalls Umwandlung in lebenslangen Haft. Lebenslang heisst hier aber nicht 15 Jahre Sofasitzen mit der lediglichen Einschraenkung von etwas grobmaschigeren Gardienen sondern tatsaechlich Jahrzehnte unter haertesten Bedingungen.

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    Re: Mord in Lamai/Koh Samui an Studentin

    Zitat Zitat von Tramaico",p="306323
    Ist dieses richtig dann wuerde es sich um kaltbluetigen Mord handeln und hierfuer hat Thailand eine Antwort. Todesstrafe oder bei Gestaendnis gegebenenfalls Umwandlung in lebenslangen Haft.
    Erleichterung!
    Oder warens wirklich die?

    Da waere ich mir auch bei einem Gestaendnis hier nicht sicher,
    bei dem Druck auf die Polizei, ein Ergebnis schnellstens
    praesentieren zu muessen.

    Wuerde mich auch nicht wundern wenn morgen ein der Naechste praesentiert wird.

    Haette allerdings auch bei Verhaengung der Todesstrafe kein
    Mitleid mit den Taetern, wenn der Tatnachweis 100% gegeben ist.

    Chiao
    Resci

  7. #36
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    Was mich wundert, ist dass DNA-Testergebnisse so schnell vorliegen.

    Nach dem Tsunami mussten die Proben doch erst ins Ausland gebracht werden und die Analyse hat viel laenger gedauert.

    Ich bin da absolut kein Experte, aber dass das so schnell geht, kommt mir komisch vor.

    Sioux

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    Zitat Zitat von Sioux",p="306338
    Was mich wundert, ist dass DNA-Testergebnisse so schnell vorliegen.

    Nach dem Tsunami mussten die Proben doch erst ins Ausland gebracht werden und die Analyse hat viel laenger gedauert.

    Ich bin da absolut kein Experte, aber dass das so schnell geht, kommt mir komisch vor.

    Sioux
    ... um ein Verbrechen aufzulösen, den Namen Samui wieder ins Reine zu bringen ist nichts unmöglich.


    "Jeder muss sein Opfer bringen"

  9. #38
    Sioux
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    Eben @Odd, fuer mich stinkt das ganze gewaltig.

    Thaistyle halt

    Sioux

  10. #39
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    Hmmm...schon merkwürdig:

    [aus Bangkokpost]

    "Bualoy Kothisit, 23, and Vichai Suankhaoyai, 24, were arrested on board a fishing boat off Samui Island at 2 a.m. local time by undercover police pretending to be fish buyers ...."

    und

    "Thai police have been under pressure to solve the Horton murder, which has damaged Thailand's reputation as a safe tourist destination."

    sowie bemerkenswerte Hunde !!

    "The bungalow where Horton was staying raised dogs and they only barked at Thais, and since they were barking on the night of the murder we assumed the culprits had to be Thais," said Tourist police commissioner Major General Banya Mamen.


    auch interessant, dass jemand so schnell wieder zurückkommt:

    The breakthrough in the case occurred over the weekend after a British couple who were the last to see Horton on the beach and who found her hand phone returned to Thailand to present their evidence to police.


    Na ja, schaun mer mal weiter - hoffen wir mal, dass es so tatsächlich war und die Mörder dingfest sind.


    Juergen

  11. #40
    Tramaico
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    Zitat Zitat von Sioux",p="306341
    Eben @Odd, fuer mich stinkt das ganze gewaltig.

    Thaistyle halt

    Sioux
    Hey, hey, ruhig Blut und kombinieren. Im Mordfall befinden sich ...... und moegliche Produzenten beide in Thailand und somit kann die DNA Identitaet hier an Ort und Stelle verglichen werden.

    Im Tsunamie-Fall ging es darum hunderte von unbekannten auslaendischen Toten zu identifizieren, von denen hier in Thailand natuerlich keine Vergleichsmuster (Ausgangs-DNA) vorliegen konnten. Das heisst aufgrund von Dokumentationen den moeglichen Ursprung der Opfer vorermitteln und danach die DNA-Ergebnisse an die entsprechenden Labore im jeweiligen Land zum Vergleich uebermitteln. Wenn ich einen linken Schuh habe, muss ich natuerlich auch den rechten haben, um vergleichen zu koennen, ob sie tatsaechlich ein Paar sind.

    Ausserdem war der Arbeitsaufwand aufgrund der Vielzahl an zu verrichtentenden Analysen natuerlich auch zusaetzlich gewaltig hoeher.

    Wohl in den 80iger Jahren nicht oft Columbo oder Colombo :???: , den smarten Detektiv im Schmuddelmantel, geschaut ;-D

    Hoffe, dass rehabilitiert jetzt Thailand wieder ein bisschen.

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