Thursday, 28 April 2016

4/28/2016 01:14:00 am
Breda man Stephan Buczynski did not commit suicide in Thailand in 2013, but may have been murdered, according to crime reporter John van der Heuvel in his program Vermoord in het buitenland. 


He traveled to Thailand to investigate Buczynski’s death at the request of his family, Omroep Brabant reports.

Stephan traveled to Thailand for a week long holiday in January 2013. He ended up in the hospital early in the holiday, after being beaten with a full whiskey bottle during an argument. He spent the rest of the week in hospital, at the end of which he was picked up by his friend Sylvano.

The two got separated that night. And Stephan’s body was fished out of the ocean on January 13th. The Thai police believe he committed suicide by walking into the ocean in a disturbed and intoxicated state.

But during his investigation Van der Heuvel found evidence that seems to suggest otherwise. He found video footage showing first Stephan and Sylvano walking together, and then Stephan walking alone while talking on the phone. Nothing in the video suggests that he was drunk or having some form of breakdown. The pathologist who examined Stephan’s body also stated that his blood alcohol level was very low. And he had a deep head wound of about 4 centimeters, which seems to indicate that he was hit with something.

The Thai police stated that Stephan was hit with a propeller of a boat, but the lifeguards who took Stephan out of the water told Van der Heuvel that no boats travel the area at night. According to the crime reporter, it seems very likely that Stephan was murdered. He took his investigation to the Dutch Embassy in Thailand as well as the Public Prosecutor. The Prosecutor initiated a further investigation.

News from 31 January 2013:

Stephan Buczynski,



A Dutch tourist has been found dead in Phuket waters. Stephan Buczynski’s body was found at about 09:30 floating 500 meters off the popular Patong beachfront, with him a waterproof bag that contained nine Xanax pills. Col Akanit explained that he would have to read the full report before knowing if the drug might have been a factor in the drowning.

Bangkok autopsy results have confirmed that Dutch tourist died from drowning, but were unable to determine the role the serious wound to his head played in the incident.

Doctors at Patong Hospital were fairly certain Mr Buczynski, 26, had drowned, but police requested the autopsy because there was also a deep gash on the back of his head, Patong Police Deputy Superintendent Akanit Danpitaksat told the Phuket Gazette.

“I was informally told by an officer at the Institute of Police Forensic Medicine in Bangkok that the cause of death was drowning,” Lt Col Akanit said. “The officer there explained to me that the wound on the back of Mr Buczynski’s head was caused by a hard, sharp object,” Col Akanit said.

“However, forensic doctors were unable to determine if the wound was sustained before or after the drowning, which makes it impossible to know if it was a factor in Mr Buczynski’s death.”

Conclusion HP:

After the documentary "Vermoord in het Buitenland" aka "Killed abroad" last Sunday on the Dutch TV from the well know crime reporter John van der Heuvel, the case get new attention.

Most cases in Thailand end up being "Suicide". There is no further need for investigation and it does not harm the image of Thailand tourism. Thailand insinuates that a faring falls in love with a Thai chick and when the relationship goes wrong he commit "Suicide". 

A murder case is very rare in Thailand because it does not happen often. It is rather an accident or natural cause of death. If a murder case is been reported it will harm the image of the Tourist industry in Thailand and that is not allowed to happen.

There have been so many cases of "suicide"over the years here that the word means nothing in Thailand! If the stupid cops don!t have a clue, it is suicide! There was one case where a Falang had his hands handcuffed behind his back and the cops ruled it a suicide!

It's just another cover up by the Thai authorities. Behind the Thailand beautiful appearances, look at the ugly reality. So many cases covered, even the most insane. Just look at the horrible Koh Tao case


They should reopen a lot of "suicide" cases in Thailand!

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