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The British backpacker who was found dead in her hotel room in Koh Tao had taken a potentially lethal amount of alcohol and valium according to her autopsy data. The body showed no signs of rape or attack according to Thai spokesperson Lieutenant General Thavornsiri, the full results are due to be released in three days.
A report in the British Daily Telegraph said that the mother of the deceased posted a message to her daughters Facebook saying that she had died of “natural causes” however a new report in the London Evening Standard said that her mother has demanded that her body be returned to the UK for examination as she fears a “cover up” by the police. Mrs Margret Annesley and her husband Boyne said that they could not face flying out to Thailand. She said “I do not want to fly out there, I don’t think I can face the trip. We want the autopsy to be done in the UK and not Thailand. We are worried they could cover something up – especially with the murders last year”. She went on to say that her daughter did not have a pre existing medical condition but had been given anti-biotics for a chest infection and suggested it was possible she could have died due to a blood clot.
Christina Annesley was on a two year solo world trip, she spent a week in Koh Samui before going to Koh Tao. The Leeds university graduate was found dead in her room with blood on her face when she failed to check out.