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Decapitated head in river likely from suicide case

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Decapitated head in river likely from suicide case

By Suriya Patathayo 
The Nation

 

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Provincial Police Region 1 chief Pol Lt-General Ampol Buarapporn on Monday explained that a decomposed human head found floating in Chao Phraya River near the Petra ferry pier in Samut Prakan’s Phra Pradaeng district on February 6 was not related to a murder case.

 

He said the recently discovered evidence suggested that the head – identified as coming from 44-year-old Amnat Chaoroen native Janpen Boonkan. The woman, who had been missing since February 4, had committed suicide by jumping into the river. 

 

Samrong Tai superintendent Pol Colonel Prasert Buakhao said police had inspected the flat where Janpen lived with her husband Prasit Tonsura, 49, and son Pratheep Tonsura, 23, in tambon Bang Peung of Phra Phradaeng.

 

An examination of the woman’s phone found that she had posted a goodbye message to her son on Facebook at 3.56pm on February 4. Police traced the woman’s movements through CCTV footage, saying that she had hailed a motorcycle taxi to a pier and then jumped into the river at around 4pm and disappeared. Police suspected that her decomposed body was at one point hit by a boat’s propeller blade, which removed the head and led to its discovery. 

 

Prasit and Janpen’s elder sister Pleng Suriyabut, 51, confirmed to police that the woman seen in the CCTV footage as jumping into river was Janpen. 

 

Insisting that he had not fought with his wife, Prasit told police that Janpen had suffered from depression and was on medication. She had run away from home on two previous occasions.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/national/30364318

 

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6 minutes ago, webfact said:

Police suspected that her decomposed body was at one point hit by a boat’s propeller blade, which removed the head and led to its discovery. 

Not a bit far fetched?

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19 hours ago, RotBenz8888 said:

Not a bit far fetched?

I would say so but its plausible, they see her jumping in the river on CCTV. That kinda makes it a far more likely story. Without it i would doubt the whole story.

 

Alternatively she tried to kill herself, survived and got murdered (find that less likely)

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OMG, I thought I saw that  headless woman walking into the river holding her head then disappeared. Definitely it was a suicide. 🐒

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I love a good laugh in the morning, this provided it today. 

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15 minutes ago, AGareth2 said:

so how did she cut her own head off?

Here you go. I made it easy for you. No need to read short article again.

"Police suspected that her decomposed body was at one point hit by a boat’s propeller blade, which removed the head and led to its discovery."

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30 minutes ago, AGareth2 said:

so how did she cut her own head off?

 

If you would have read the OP, you would have read this:

 

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Police suspected that her decomposed body was at one point hit by a boat’s propeller blade, which removed the head and led to its discovery. 

 

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In need pf Occam's razor. It is possible but is it the most likely option? In my view, no it's not the most likely option. The most likely option is that she was killed and her body cut up into parts.

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