CityNews – At approximately 3.47 p.m. August 5th Chiang Mai police station received a call saying that staff at the Amora Hotel, Thapae Gate, had discovered the body of a British woman (60) named Judith Angela Robinson.
Rescue team taking the body of Mrs. Robinson out of the hotel
After an initial investigation police reported that there had been no signs of a struggle. The woman was found in a bathtub full of water, and there was a box of paracetamol, as well as a letter that police believe was the woman’s suicide note, near the body.
Police say that maids at the hotel went to clean the room. A note was stuck to the outside of the door stating that staff should not go into the room and instead call the police. The maid who discovered this letter did not understand English and so opened the room, whereupon she discovered the body of Mrs. Robinson.
The contents of the suicide note revealed that the woman was very sick. It was written:
“The wish to end my life is mine, and mine alone. Having suffered chronic pain for several years I have now had enough.”
There was also an apology to the hotel staff. The note stated that her husband had been informed of her wish to take her own life. Police report that the husband, a Mr. Ian Francis Robinson, had earlier returned to his home country, but no location has so far been revealed.
Cause of death has yet to be ascertained. It is presumed that she drowned herself, although it’s not yet known whether the victim also took an amount of medicine.
The body was sent to Suan Dok hospital for an autopsy.
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