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A police lieutenant driven by a jealous rage murdered his wife and teenage daughter before committing suicide. Officers from Tung Kru Police Station were called to a resident’s home, in Soi Pracha Uthit 54 in Bangkok, yesterday morning and found the body of 57 year old Pongsakorn Thawekaew and his 39 year old wife, Benjawan Wuttisarn, in one bedroom, and the body of their 14 year old daughter, Chantapittaya Thawekaew, in another bedroom. All 3 were dead with gun shot wounds to the head. Officers also found a black Mercedes-Benz parked in front of the house. Blood was on the […]

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Murdered his wife & daughter then was seen by his son carrying his now dead wife to the car to likely dispose of the body so he took the cowards way out. May he be reincarnated as a sentient, never ending roll of toilet paper.

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On 6/21/2022 at 1:23 PM, alex12345 said:

happens every week, jealousy is serious here.

Happens everywhere in the world or just Thailand ?

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3 hours ago, Donald said:

Sounds like the psychological screening of aspiring police officers must be top notch.

Coincidentally I read today of a 15 year old rape victim in the UK (as part of the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal inquiry) being told 'it would teach her a lesson' by the police office handling her case, coming shortly after a girl was abducted, raped and murdered by a serving office, Wayne Couzens, who has been given a whole life sentence. (he's not alone)

The Met is in utter meltdown.

Add that to the 2,000 (that's TWO THOUSAND) of SERVING police officers that have been accused of sexual misconduct in just the last 4 years - and you should probably be careful what you wish for.

This is no defence of the Thai bib but at least here you know what you're getting.


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