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Offline thaiga

British and American Teachers found dead in Thai home
« on: December 08, 2012, 02:47:07 PM »
PATHUM THANI – English and  American teachers found dead in Pathum Thani Rooms on Saturday Morning


Thirty Five year old Charlie Milsom from Britain and 40 year old American  Jonathan Louis were both discovered in a rented condominium.  Reports indicate that the two were discovered in an upright, sitting,  position and showed signs of vomiting, they had, according to reports, been dead for up to ten hours before the grim discovery.

With absolutely no signs of a struggle in the room, the bodies of the two English language tutors were found in a relaxed and natural position as if simply watching television.

Mr. Milsom, a Yorkshire man by birth,  studied for both a BA and HND in graphic design in the UK, before moving to Thailand where he taught computer studies and Graphics.  A well known photographer he had travelled the length and breadth of the nation taking photographs which were often used by agencies.  Up until a few years ago he had been working as a teacher in Bangkok.

Thamakorn Apison, a close friend of Mr. Louis, is said to have explained that she and Mr. Louis had been living together for 14 years and had occupied the condominium where the two men were found, for two year.    The two men, who were friends, had gone to the home and she had returned in the morning.  Finding the door locked, she asked a security guard to open it and it was then that the two men were found, dead. told police that she had been living with Louis at a school in a local shopping mall for 14 years and they moved to the condominium two years ago.

Ms Thamakorn said both men, who were friends, went into the room the night before. The next morning, she discovered that the door was locked so she asked a security guard to unlock it. It was then that the two were found dead. In the room, which was in a normal tidy fashion, officials found a single pack of Diazepam.

Police and emergency services confirmed that the men had been dead for hours.  The bodies were removed for forensic examination and both the British and American Embassies have been informed.

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http://www.bangkokpost.com/breakingnews/325173/british-us-teachers-found-dead-in-condo

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Offline thaiga

Deaths of two expat teachers baffle police

PATHUM THANI : Two foreign language teachers, an American and a Briton, were found dead in a Rangsit apartment early Saturday.

They were identified as Jonathan Louis, 40, a US citizen, and Charlie Milsom, 35, from Britain.

They were found sitting on separate chairs in the living room of an apartment in tambon Prachathipat of Thanyaburi district.

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Police said there were no signs that the men had been assaulted and the apartment did not appear to have been broken into.

Police retrieved an empty bottle of a drug rehabilitation medication as well as a packet of pills also used to treat drug addiction. The bottle and the packet of pills belonged to Milsom.

Forensic scientists who arrived at the apartment said the men had been dead for between four and eight hours. The bodies were handed over to Thammasat University Hospital's forensic science institute.

Thamaporn Apison, 44, Louis' long-term girlfriend, told police her boyfriend worked as an English teacher at a private tutorial centre at Future Park Rangsit shopping complex. She and Louis had been together for 14 years, and had rented the apartment for two years.

Milsom was also an English teacher, Ms Thamaporn said, though she did not know where he taught. She said Milsom often visited their apartment.

Ms Thamaporn said her boyfriend was suffering from chronic gout. He had also been taking sleeping pills after complaining of stress.

On Friday night, she returned to the apartment from work and found the door double-locked. She had the apartment security guards force open the door, and discovered her boyfriend and Milsom sitting in the living room. She said they appeared to be dozing off.

About 11pm, she called her boyfriend to bed but received no response. She assumed he was in a deep sleep after taking sleeping pills. When she woke up about 5am the next morning, Louis and Milsom were dead.

Pol Col Trakul Kiewprasert, superintendent of Pratunam Chulalongkorn police station, said it was possible that the men had died from a sleeping pill overdose.

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Re: British and American Teachers found dead in Thai home
« Reply #2 on: December 10, 2012, 05:38:06 AM »
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Re: British and American Teachers found dead in Thai home
« Reply #3 on: December 10, 2012, 11:09:19 AM »
That's what I was thinking too.
 

 



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