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Thailand: Deutscher nach Streit mit Ex-Frau erschossen

Erstellt von Tiblo, 25.06.2007, 10:29 Uhr · 107 Antworten · 11.524 Aufrufe

  1. #91
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    Re: Thailand: Deutscher nach Streit mit Ex-Frau erschossen

    Chak schrieb:

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    1 Million? Normalerweise fangen die Preise so eines Auftragskillers bei 10.000 Baht an, in diesem Fall wohl ein wenig mehr, da das Opfer Ausländer war, was ja, wie hier bereits erwähnt wurde, einen erhöhten Fahndungsdruck auslöst."
    __________________________________

    Nicht nur das Opfer, sondern vor allem der evtl. Täter.
    Wird doch hoffentlich nicht ein EX - Legionär gewesen sein..?

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  3. #92
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    Na ja, jetzt haben sie den Franzmann

    http://www.pattayacitynews.net/news_02_07_50_2.htm

    ...and it was discovered that he is wanted back in France on charges of murder and had come to Thailand to escape from the French authorities :O

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    " Na ja, jetzt haben sie den Franzmann "
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    Ein inteligenter Killer scheint er nicht zu sein.
    Wundert mich, wie er in TH. bei evtl. anstehender Visaverlängerung, durchs Raster schlüpft, wenn gegen ihn ein intern. Haftbefehl besteht.

  5. #94
    big_cloud
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    Delta Golf, dumm gelaufen

    der
    Lothar aus Lembeck

  6. #95
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    Alles schnell aufgeklärt und die gerechten und sicherlich auch hohen Strafen folgen auf dem Fuß.

    Ohne die schreckliche Tat entschuldigen zu wollen, wären aber auch die Hintergründe und weitere Motive interessant zu wissen, die zu solchen Haß bis zur Mordanstiftung am Vater ihres Kindes führten... bloß darüber darf ja man nicht reden, auch wenn man diese näher kennt... weil es ist ja pietätlos gegenüber dem Toten.

    Also lassen wir auch dies besser ruhen in Frieden und ferner auch im Raum stehen: "Sind halt geldgierig und skrupellos, viele junge hübsche Thaifrauen gegenüber ihren alten Farangs... was für ein Undank!"

  7. #96
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    Zitat Zitat von Nokgeo",p="499621
    " Na ja, jetzt haben sie den Franzmann "
    --------

    Ein inteligenter Killer scheint er nicht zu sein.
    Wundert mich, wie er in TH. bei evtl. anstehender Visaverlängerung, durchs Raster schlüpft, wenn gegen ihn ein intern. Haftbefehl besteht.
    Da stand ja nichts von internationalem Haftbefehl.

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    PATTAYA POLICE NAB KILLER OF GERMAN EX-POLICEMAN
    A French gunman, Mr. Jean-Marc Andre Thivind, the suspected killer of Heinrich Hermann Friedrich, the German ex- policeman, who was killed in Soi Suksomboon, Baan Nongket Yai, on June 24th, has finally been arrested after he fled upcountry. The fugitive was eventually tracked down in Sukhothai province.


    The ex-wife of Mr.Heinrich, Mrs. Roong-napha, the woman allegedly behind the killing, had been arrested on June 27th, along with another of her ex-husbands, Mr. Fernando Nardini (53); both of whom were implicated in the murder. Major pieces of evidence include a blue Honda Wave motorbike with a Chonburi license-plate and a black helmet, which were stated as having been used in the killing.

    According to Deputy Superintendent Pol.Col. Phairat Suphasawas, Pattaya Court issued a warrant on 29th June to arrest Mr. Jean-Marc Andre Thivind aka Mark or Marko, (54) a French national, the alleged killer of Mr. Heinrich, who had since escaped upcountry. On 1st July 2007, a police team raided a house in Yarn Yao, Sawankaloke, Sukhothai province, where the suspect was hiding. However, Thivind had been previously alerted and escaped into a banana plantation behind the house, where he managed to evade the police cordon for 5 hours. When he was eventually cornered Thivind still protested his innocence, denying any involvement in the killing, and refused to speak further until he had sought legal representation.

    The police have established that Thivind had been coming to Thailand for about 10 years as a tourist. They further established that he had a previous criminal record and convictions for murder in France, and had sought refuge in Thailand. To avoid being arrested, he had bought a number of houses in other provinces.

    Superintendent Pol.Col.Sarayut Sagnuen-phokai of Banglamung Police stated that, despite Thivind痴 denial of being the killer, the police had evidence in the form of a cigarette butt and the motorbike that had been used in the killing. However, police will have to find more substantial evidence, especially the gun that was used in the killing, before they can be certain of a conviction.
    anscheinend wollte man diese anderen Provinzen nicht namentlich nennen.

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    Zitat Chak # 96:

    " Da stand ja nichts von internationalem Haftbefehl."
    ---Zitatende---

    Wo..stand nichts ?

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    einer intensiven polizeilichen Befragung kann wohl keine Thai standhalten,
    zuerst die Verhaftung,
    dann in einer Sammelzelle ein paar Stunden anschmoren lassen,
    und anschließend eine scharfe Befragung,

    und vorbei ist es mit der Geschichte, -mein Name ist Hase, ich weiß von nichts-.

    Two Europeans and One Thai Arrested for Killing German

    This is an update on the murder of 63 year old German, Mr. Heinrich Friedrich on 25th June that we reported about in the last issue of Pattaya People Weekly. Like a crime novel written by Agatha



    Christie the story gradually unfolded involving four nationalities in this evil act of murder.
    At first, many questions arose as to how Police investigations would go for solving this case since the murderer or murderers had disappeared without a trace.

    However the questioning of the German’s partner, Miss Nanta Luckdee, led the police to find Mr. Friedrich’s legally wedded wife; Rungnapha Sridet, aged 32, who is from Tark province. Investigations on her were made since she was in the process of a divorce case with Mr. Friedrich; and was demanding large amounts of assets from him.

    The police tried to trace down Rungnapha and found her elder sister who is working in a beer bar in Soi Buakhao. She stated that she hadn’t seen her sister for a long time but told the police where her sister resided.

    The police went to the location to find Rungnapha at the Niran Grand Condo in Soi Arunothai. When at the police station, she was very stubborn and at first refused to give any statement.

    Rungnapha eventually talked about her divorce case with Mr. Friedrich. The court had given Mr. Friedrich the right of the house. It didn’t look good for her so she filed an appeal to demand other assets from her husband.

    Rungnapha stated that before she married Mr. Friedrich she had previously been married to 52 year old Fernando Nardini, an Italian national. She talked to her ex-husband about this matter and he told her not to worry because he would take care of everything for her.

    The next thing she knew was Mr. Friedrich had been shot dead. She denied having anything to do with the murder.

    On 27th June at 8 pm the police arrested Nardini at his room in Jomtien Condo View on Jomtien Beach Road, and escorted him to the station for questioning. Fernando denied being involved with the murder.

    The police investigated deeper to learn that Nardini had a French bodyguard named “Marc” protecting him. This man is known to be a wanted person in France since he killed someone there some time ago.

    He confessed that he was supporting the Frenchman nicknamed Marc who had now moved to Bangkok. That day the police had to let the two suspects go.

    When Nardini stepped out of the questioning room he proved his aggressiveness to the public by attacking the Media that were waiting outside to get an update on this news.

    However, the police did not stop there. They asked for arrest warrants to be issued from court to arrest Nardini and Rungnapha Seridet for conspiring to murder Mr. Friedrich.

    On 28th June both were arrested in their rooms and finally after intense interrogation, Rungnapha confessed that she and Nardini had hired ‘Marc’ to do the killing. Even though Nardini was still denying all charges, the police say that from the evidence, witnesses and statements; it is believed that he is also behind the murder.

    Also on 1st July; the police were able to trace down and arrest ‘Marc’, a Frenchman named Jean-Marc Andre Thivind, aged 54, at a banana plantation in the former Thai capital Sukhothai in North Thailand. He was brought back to Banglamung Police Station for questioning together with evidence of a motorbike thought to have been used in the killing.

    It was discovered that Thivind is wanted in France for murder and has been hiding in Thailand for 12 years.

    He denied killing Mr. Friedrich and refused to co-operate and argued that he had cancer and is going to die soon anyway. He is being detained at the Banglamung Police Station while police hopefully will solve the final act of this dreadful crime.


    Source---Pattaya People News

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    was wir aus der Geschichte gelernt haben,

    es ist auch für eine Thai nicht so einfach,
    in Thailand so mir nichts dir nichts, an einen Auftragsmörder aus Thailand zu kommen,

    wobei ich sicher bin, der Job stand nicht auf der Berufsverbotsliste für Ausländer. -lol

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