Reanimated Tangmo page stuns fans with actress’ final photos, vow to expose ‘culprit’ today

Confusion spread among those unable to quit the Nida “Tangmo” Patcharaveerapong saga after her Facebook fan page suddenly began posting revelations and her final photos by an anonymous party who claims to know the truth about her mysterious death.

Whoever has control of Tangmo’s page, which has been updated in recent days with pictures and video clips from the late actress’ phone, said this morning that they only want justice for the late star, whose drowning death in late February kicked off months of frenzied speculation.

“This page has never disclosed private videos of Tangmo, live videos, or created false evidence,” today’s post read. “This page will only post real evidence that has been recovered from her phone.”

It also vowed to “post vital information that could tie the culprit” to a crime after the actress is cremated later today.

Among the posts since Saturday were the final shots taken from Tangmo’s smartphone before her death including her last meal and shots of the back of the speedboat. It also claimed without evidence that Tangmo was drinking less alcohol than her fellow boat passengers.

The new revelations and claims came four weeks after police declared the case closed despite popular opinion that they failed to properly investigate the case or provide justice for the actress.

In late April, all of five of her companions – Itsarin “Kratik” Jutasuksawat, Wisapat “Sand” Manomairat, Danupat “Por” Lerttaweewit, Paiboon “Robert” Trikanjananun, and Nitat “Job” Keeratisutthisathorn – were charged with fatal recklessness.

Her cremation was subsequently postponed after Tangmo’s mother (who was criticized for accepting a large cash payout from the suspects) suddenly requested to seal her daughter’s body for forensic investigation. 

The author also said that they had legal permission to publish the information and asked members of the media follow updates from the page. “We do not take any responsibility for information found in other pages,” it said.

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