American English Teacher William Glenn Murdered in Cambodia

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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by Born-Confused » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:01 am

PhnomRon wrote:
kiwiincambodia wrote:Off topic,

But kudos to CEO for not turning a thread about a deceased person into silly insults and rumors that could hurt the family of the deceased should they stumble onto this thread.

This is what makes us above the other.

RIP to the deceased, I hope justice is done.
The first comment here was "Starved to Death?"

Followed by wild rumors about gangland style statement killings.
This - get your CEO is all lovey dovey glasses off - no different compared to speculation pouted on K440!
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by JBTrain » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:26 am

It be nice to have a thread that doesn't have some whine about the other place. Let it go people.
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by Milord » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:39 am

JBTrain wrote:It be nice to have a thread that doesn't have some whine about the other place. Let it go people.
Agreed, Unless it's really funny and worth the snark.
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by Soi Dog » Thu Jul 10, 2014 9:56 am

Maybe more details here...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/us-ma ... ite-63702/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by General Mackevili » Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:57 pm


After birth control so competent examination found scars on the head, and the first step concluded that a case hunger.
OrangeDragon wrote:
Starved to death?
PhnomRon wrote:
The first comment here was "Starved to Death?"
It was based on the poorly worded Google Translate.

You clearly missed that.

Unfortunately, Porky Pig hasn't come over to the new site (yet).
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by phuketrichard » Thu Jul 10, 2014 2:35 pm

JBTrain wrote:It be nice to have a thread that doesn't have some whine about the other place. Let it go people.

agree, but so many here have a hard on for them
:please:
move on......
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by FreeSocrates! » Thu Jul 10, 2014 5:05 pm

Soi Dog wrote:Maybe more details here...

http://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/us-ma ... ite-63702/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

“I just arrived 2 days ago, with very little information from anyone, because I’ve never met anyone that’s taught here,” he wrote in a post on the website Expat Blog on May 4.


Expat Blog?
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by Username Taken » Thu Jul 10, 2014 7:25 pm

FreeSocrates! wrote:
Soi Dog wrote:Maybe more details here...
http://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/us-ma ... ite-63702/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
“I just arrived 2 days ago, with very little information from anyone, because I’ve never met anyone that’s taught here,” he wrote in a post on the website Expat Blog on May 4.

Expat Blog?
The following posted by 'William' on May 4. Link.
Hello all,

My name's Bryan Glenn and I'm from the U.S.A. I have a degree in Education and I've been teaching English, Math and Science for 17 years. I started teaching in America and after I graduated from University I taught in Mississippi for 6 years, I got bored of the low pay and the boredom in Mississippi, so I decided to take a chance and took a job at a Catholic school in Cancun, Mexico for a year, thinking it would be a great place to teach and spend my free time on the beach. That thought was completely incorrect! While Cancun is a beautiful place, in the beach part of town, as a "Gringo," a non Mexican with white skin from America, you're treated like shit! I met some other miserable teachers there that said "Thailand was a great place to teach and experience a better culture, full of nice people. And they all said the same thing," I made a big mistake leaving Asia to come here!" I left Mexico, spent 10 years in Thailand teaching, 6 months in Beijing, China and now I'm here in Cambodia. I just arrived 2 days ago, with very little information from anyone, because I've ever met anyone that's taught here, so I'm just trying to find out what schools I should apply for and see how it goes.
The one and only post posted by 'William'.

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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by potty » Thu Jul 10, 2014 8:24 pm

Hello, my name's William Glenn and I'm a teacher from the U.S.A. I've taught English at every level from Kindergarten to grade 12 and Mathematics and Science in all primary grades. I'm currently living in Phnom Penn and I'm looking for a teaching position, starting as soon as possible. I have a degree in Education and I've spent the last 10 years teaching in Thailand. I'm a very compassionate, fun teacher that loves to watch his students learn and reach their full potential. If you would like to see my C.V. and all relevant documents you can email me at [email protected] or call me at 077602863 to set up an interview.

Kind regards, William Glenn
http://www.expat-blog.com/en/jobs/asia/ ... ience.html
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Re: The Body of an American Found in Garbage Dump

Post by potty » Thu Jul 10, 2014 8:25 pm

circumstances appear to point to a high-profile murderer from within the education community?

i mean, a crime within the hiso-teaching club here..?
...someone who had enough connections (and money) to have him wrapped up and removed by a tuktuk-driver.
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