Where's the husband?
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There an Update on this in The Sun newspaper online.
Won’t let me copy link and I can’t find a more credible source at the minute.
What is the gist of the update?
Tobias - โทเบียส
It’s better to be 6 feet apart than to be 6 feet under.
Identified by finger prints (strange after all that time and when the family who thought she might be their daughter gave DNA). Her teacher husband denies being responsible.
The Sun story’s add that he showed up at her parents house with his son in 2016 to invite her (his wife) to a new wedding.
There is a family photo which appears to show 2 kids who to me look Asian.
It’s not officially confirmed as being her yet though.
Would they have taken fingerprints all those years ago for a UK visa.
I doubt the quality of the fingerprints from the body would have been any good considering she was badly decomposed and if they were taken.
Fingerprints if decent can be matched up with the UK police system (PNC) if known to police and I guess Thai if she had them done there.
I would imagine she would be IDed via DNA instead.
I am now going to share some of my thoughts about this (based on it suspected to be her).
1. If it is her then he should have reported her missing (if he hasn’t) all those years ago. They could have checked airport systems whether she had returned to Thailand or not.
2. From the family pic and assuming it is their children why would someone leave their kids behind? I know it happens but still.
3. I probably wouldn’t go back to Thailand at all if my wife did a runner on me.
4. Can you remarry if not divorced.
5. Knowing about face in Thailand why would you go to your ex’s parents house to invite your ex (who you haven’t seen in years) to your new wedding. I wouldn’t.
6. I guess she could have ran off to escape or meet someone new but she was still wearing her wedding band.
I believe that she was most probably killed in doors, kept in some kind of cold storage and then dumped when killer decided where they would dump her.
You misread whose wedding it would be. It was the son who was going to marry and turned up in Thailand wanting to invite his mother.
"Joomsri said in 2016 Lamduan and David’s son arrived at their home to look for his mum. He was marrying and wanted to invite her to the wedding. Joomsri said: “He said his father had told him Lamduan left him and returned to Thailand to marry someone else.”"
Pointing to the husband at the moment, isn't it? I guess it's possible that she met someone new and that new person was a psycho who killed her but not as likely. Going off on her own and taking her clothes off to die of hypothermia is even more unlikely.
And the husband now lives and works in Thailand!
Yeah. For some reason I read it and David and his son going to the parents house.
I need to remember the son would be an adult now probably late 20, early 30s.
Police say a woman found in the Yorkshire Dales in 2004 is Lamduan Armitage, nee Seekanya.
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This is a duplicate thread. Perhaps it can be merged with the other one.
Am glad she finally has a name, but its a sad conclusion to an unfortunate event. hopefully it will reach its full conclusion soon.
Well, it's all over Thai media where he teaches now. But as it's the holiday's, maybe he should think about taking a vacation himself? It will be interesting to see how this develops.
The link I posted above is him.
This thing that bothers me about this case is not that her husband failed to report her missing at the time, after all, he might have known exactly where she was and I don't just mean dead. It's the fact, as far as we know, that after all the recent publicity about this case, both in Thailand and the UK, that he doesn't appear to have made any connection between these stories and his then wife, especially with the artists impression and then, 2-3 months ago, the photo issued by her family. I do find that very suspicious, if it is indeed the case that he never contacted the authorities to help with the enquiry.
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This is at least bringing some sort of closure for the family who no doubt want to carry out some Buddhist ritual but I doubt the body will be released.
My wife saw the husband (ex) on Thai media and asked me if he was a member of this group. When I said I dont know, she suggested that she seems to recognise him from a group meeting many years ago when we did a camping meet. I cant remember and I'm not sure if some of the other 'older' members see a familiar face (?)
Judging others before you have met isn't a wise option.