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A former inspector from Bangkok’s Wang Thoglang Police station has been sentenced yesterday to 20 years in jail for murdering his girlfriend in 2020. The man, 31 year old Songklod ‘Boy’ Boonsong, shot and killed his girlfriend, 30 year old Pimchadaporn ‘Nim’ Puyamsai at a townhouse in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi. Boy shot Nim in the head. Boy claims he accidently fired a pistol when she was trying to grab it during an argument, and he was trying to take it away from her. But the prosecutor of the Criminal Court of Thailand disagrees. The prosecutor stated that Boy intended to […]

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17 minutes ago, Thaiger said:

Boy has now been sentenced to 20 years in prison, and charged with 720,000 baht

20 year sentence so he will be eligible for “amnesties” ( sentence commutations) after 8 years served. Most likely this ex-cop murderer will paroled back onto the streets in about 8 years time after 1/3 served. The 720,000 baht “charge” is a fine or compensation payment to the family of the woman he murdered? Hopefully it is a fine, he is broke  and he has do the time for that at 500baht a day - 1,440 days - 3 years 10 months. So 12 years total? Life is cheap. 

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3 minutes ago, Fanta said:

20 year sentence so he will be eligible for “amnesties” ( sentence commutations) after 8 years served. Most likely this ex-cop murderer will paroled back onto the streets in about 8 years time after 1/3 served. The 720,000 baht “charge” is a fine or compensation payment to the family of the woman he murdered? Hopefully it is a fine, he is broke  and he has do the time for that at 500baht a day - 1,440 days - 3 years 10 months. So 12 years total? Life is cheap. 

That's a lot of assumptions.....🥴

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Thailand is on a bit of a roll of late  convicting and hold responsible police/ex-police for their crimes. Never enough, but better than nothing. 

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9 minutes ago, Transam said:

That's a lot of assumptions.....🥴

Only assumption there is that he will get parole. Most crimes, except drugs, are eligible for parole after 1/3 sentence served. Ex-cop in Thailand won’t get parole? Since when. 

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On 6/16/2022 at 11:24 AM, Fanta said:

Only assumption there is that he will get parole. Most crimes, except drugs, are eligible for parole after 1/3 sentence served. Ex-cop in Thailand won’t get parole? Since when. 

More like ex-cop go to jail?

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