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i'm amy said he thought a federal putting fuel reuters a from the island of some weeks here in southern thailand resolved in and wins alton i. facing trial the case is closed outrage in britain also raise serious concerns about tight these competency as well as the relationship between thailand and a two point five million migrant workers it heavily depends on the two men tonight with charges last year they originally told police they were responsible for the killings relates went back on their statement saying interrogators tortured them into confessing some cesar lynn and winslet's intervened uses scapegoats and are unlikely to get a fair trial in a country where for migrants ready see justice , at the hearing on wednesday then lawyers said evidence provided by thai authorities and british police did not add up evident isn't technically why there are differences in the forensic results between to tie prosecutors nine corners in england so i need to ask the independent experts that are gonna testify at court to check the evidence again , local police were on the witness stand on wednesday describing the scene when the bodies of the two young travelers with found also at the trial the victim's families they say they want to know how the packet of died in such a brutal attack in such it's an ex rantings