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A "beautiful ladyboy"? There is no such thing. This was clearly murder made to look like a suicide.
Posted by Junkets on August 13, 2014 20:09
There may be ''news'' organisations that prefer to find a juicy murder rather than a sad, sad suicide but really, all they ever attract are people like you.
so the l/b slashed the russian guys wrists junkers?
Posted by ayjay on August 13, 2014 20:25
A "beautiful ladyboy"? There is no such thing. No Thanks Junkets; your opinion is Junk, Bunk, get out of your Funk..
Posted by farang888 on August 13, 2014 21:17
It's been reported elsewhere that the victim had 7 stab wounds to his chest.
Posted by ThaiMike on August 13, 2014 23:11
Other men have managed to inflict serious knife wounds on themselves, TM.
I just love civilians who know more than the police and all from a single news story.
Posted by Arthur Gane on August 14, 2014 05:42
-Junkets- ""A "beautiful ladyboy"? There is no such thing.""
Posted by Alfred on August 14, 2014 13:07
How sad is this, poor poor man, whata death, and I feel for his family and loved ones that he has left behind.
Posted by Robert on August 14, 2014 20:51
I have witnessed hearing more than one lovely Thai lady ruefully admit that certain Kathoey are more beautiful than they are, in THEIR humble opinion..I'll take their opinion over the opinions of the "Junkets" of the world any day.
Posted by farang888 on August 14, 2014 21:29
Before eliminating himself permanently from this veil of tears, Fedor Vasilev requested that his now ex-ladyboy girlfriend attend his pending funeral. He would likely be far better to see the her in the flesh, rather than gazing down from God only knows where. It's tragic enough as it is, but the note to request her presence at his funeral is about as bizarre and surreal as it gets,in these "strange days indeed mama". Next
Posted by farang888 on August 15, 2014 05:04
Papers discarded in a bin turned out to be a farewell note, asking her to attend his funeral.
Posted by Sue on August 15, 2014 07:26
Armchair guesswork about the serious issue of the manner of a person's death is always distasteful, often hurtful, inevitably inappropriate and in more ways than one, just plain wrong. If you have some expertise in forensic investigation, go talk to the police.
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