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Police are examining “fresh evidence” from a CCTV camera that recorded footage of the speedboat TV actress Nida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong fell from before drowning in the Chao Phraya River last month. The video taken from a riverside building reportedly shows a person at the stern (rear) of the speedboat standing up and sitting down, as the boats moves along the Chao Phraya River, before Tango fell overboard on the night of February 24. Speaking of the footage, Pol Lt Gen Jirapat Phumichit, commissioner of Provincial Police Region 1, said on Sunday… “This evidence is useful as it will help investigators […]

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Dr Pornthip is onto the case! She has no love for the RTP and would be keen to give the BiB a black eye. She’s been instrumental in calling out corrupt cops out for murder before so this could be interesting. Or maybe just another layer of lies. 
I wonder if hair transplant Robert ever had a lie detector test or gave a hair sample? The man has pubes after all so his hair transplant excuse is weak, at best. 

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