Owner of Alamo Cafe Admits to Murder & Shows Police Where She Dumped the Body Parts in Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Sentenced)

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was the fridge in the cafe

thats sick
thru shit to more shit
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I remember there being an Alamo cafe (I think, could be mistaken it's been a while) in TTP area 7-8 years ago that I went to a few times. Only met and chatted with the husband but never saw the wife. Anyone know if this by chance is the same family?
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A10 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:45 pm I remember there being an Alamo cafe (I think, could be mistaken it's been a while) in TTP area 7-8 years ago that I went to a few times. Only met and chatted with the husband but never saw the wife. Anyone know if this by chance is the same family?
Not the same.
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Felgerkarb wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:56 pm
A10 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:45 pm I remember there being an Alamo cafe (I think, could be mistaken it's been a while) in TTP area 7-8 years ago that I went to a few times. Only met and chatted with the husband but never saw the wife. Anyone know if this by chance is the same family?
Not the same.
Noted, and thank you.
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A10 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:01 pm
Felgerkarb wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:56 pm
A10 wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 5:45 pm I remember there being an Alamo cafe (I think, could be mistaken it's been a while) in TTP area 7-8 years ago that I went to a few times. Only met and chatted with the husband but never saw the wife. Anyone know if this by chance is the same family?
Not the same.
Noted, and thank you.
If it was 7 years ago or more, you're probably thinking of Alma Cafe. If it was since January 2018, then yes, it was probably the same Alamo Cafe that has since moved to it's new location right off street 172.
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Apparently they still haven't found all the body parts. Just be wary of the sausages there.
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Body parts in the fridge with your dinner...................... :bad:
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General Mackevili wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:20 pm If it was 7 years ago or more, you're probably thinking of Alma Cafe. If it was since January 2018, then yes, it was probably the same Alamo Cafe that has since moved to it's new location right off street 172.
I think you're right, that seems to ring a bell.
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A10 wrote:
General Mackevili wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:20 pm If it was 7 years ago or more, you're probably thinking of Alma Cafe. If it was since January 2018, then yes, it was probably the same Alamo Cafe that has since moved to it's new location right off street 172.
I think you're right, that seems to ring a bell.
Alma was the Christian place down on 123 in Toul Tom Poung. They moved to 155 and then closed/sold a number of years ago.

Alamo only started early 2018, beside Toul Sleng in BKK3, before moving to 172 about a year ago.
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epidemiks wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2019 6:41 pm Alma was the Christian place down on 123 in Toul Tom Poung. They moved to 155 and then closed/sold a number of years ago.
That's right, I remember they were closed for sabbath and I was "upset" I had to find somewhere else to eat for lunch that day.
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