Pakistani household defends accused in high-profile German businessman homicide

The household of the Pakistani man, arrested yesterday for his involvement in the murder of the German businessman Hans Peter Mack, say he’s innocent. The household of the arrested man, Sahruk Kareem Uddin, pointed the finger of blame towards another suspect, a German lady, Petra Christl Grundgreif. They accused Grundgrief of tricking him into the plot to murder the sixty two 12 months previous German businessman.
Police officers in the central province of Kanchanaburi yesterday arrested the 27 year previous Pakistani suspect at a lodge the place he was hiding from arrest. Officers then accompanied Uddin to Nong Prue Police Station in Chon Buri for questioning.
When Uddin arrived at the police station, he declined to provide an interview with the awaiting reporters. Instead, he requested that they patiently await the primary points of the questioning from the police.
Shortly thereafter, Uddin’s family, together with his father, mother, and older brother, arrived at the police station to satisfy with him before he was quickly imprisoned.
Uddin’s father reported to the police and media that the household knew the German lady, Grundgreif, who was arrested earlier than Uddin. Two years ago, Grundgreif contacted the family expressing interest in establishing a seafood enterprise in Pattaya.
Grundgreif urged the family to order seafood products for her including she would pay for them at a later date. However, the family, suspicious of Grundgreif’s credibility, opted not to proceed with the arrangement. While the family decided towards working with Grundgreif, Uddin maintained contact together with her.
According to Uddin’s mother and father, Grundgreif appeared unprofessional and unreliable to them. Consequently, they warned their son to stop communication together with her. Uddin ignored the warning and informed his family that he and Grundgreif had been working collectively in the real property enterprise and that she had paid him for the sale of a plot of land in Phuket.
The family did not pay consideration to their relationship after that till learning that Uddin and Grundgreif turned suspects within the murder of the German man.
Uddin’s mom stated that her son had by no means lied to her and believed he had no part in the German businessman’s homicide. She alleges that her son said…
“I swear I didn’t do it. I have no idea anything. They threatened me. I am nervous about my sister and my wife. They stated they might kidnap them and send them to Cambodia.”
Uddin’s mother added that one other suspect in the homicide, German man Olaf Thorsten Brinkmann, threatened her son. She believes Brinkmann pressured her son to accompany him when he drove a pickup with the freezer to the rental home in Pattaya.
Uddin’s older brother, 30 year previous Charlie, claimed that he obtained a telephone name from his brother before the incident occurred. Guilt-free cried and advised them he was scared that Brinkmann would kill him and kidnap his wife and sister. Charlie said…
“I dare to say that my brother has by no means exhibited this behaviour. All of his associates know him as a sort person. He simply enjoys tattoos and big bikes. He is a member of a motorcycle using group called 81. I can say with certainty that my brother isn’t a murderer.”
According to ThaiRath, the owner of a device shop in Pattaya visited Nong Prue Police Station and reported that Brinkmann and Uddin visited his shop on July 7 and acquired an electrical noticed which was costly because it worked very quietly.
ThaiRath also reported that Brinkmann is a member of an enormous and dangerous motorcycle gang called Outlaw, which possesses an extensive international community spanning 27 nations. They have been recognized for participating in money laundering and extorting funds from overseas businesspersons, the gang presents a critical threat.
Channel three revealed that the officer managed to seize 1.2 million baht, which was transferred out of Mack’s bank account, from a foreigner. The overseas man insisted on his innocence and handed the cash to the police officer for further investigation..

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