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Wife claims husband was beaten up by cops after arrest for ganja - he died in hospital

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Wife claims husband was beaten up by cops after arrest for ganja - he died in hospital

 

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A distraught wife went to Panat Nikom police in Chonburi to register a complaint yesterday after her husband died. 

 

Naruephon, 31, had earlier been arrested at his house on charges of smoking marijuana. He had been tending his chickens at the time.

 

He was put in the cells at the police station. 

 

The next thing his wife Praphaporn knew she had been telephoned to say that her husband had died in hospital.

 

She said her husband was a healthy man with no medical issues. She thinks he was beaten up by police. 

 

Pol Col Kritsana Wanabadeenimit of the Panat Nikom police said the body had been sent for an autopsy. 

 

Everyone involved in the arrest was being interviewed as an investigation gets underway. 

 

Pol Col Kritsana promised transparency and justice for both sides. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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23 minutes ago, webfact said:

Naruephon, 31, had earlier been arrested at his house on charges of smoking marijuana. He had been tending his chickens at the time.

Choking the chicken whilst smoking a spliff?

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34 minutes ago, webfact said:

Pol Col Kritsana promised transparency and justice for both sides.

Especially the police side.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Pol Col Kritsana promised transparency and justice for both sides

ofcores when you say that i will always believe you 

RIP 

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Hmmmmm.........There is more to this story than meets the eye

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19 hours ago, nikmar said:

"Pol Col Kritsana promised transparency and justice for both sides. "

 

Who could possibly expect anything different? 

The only way tranparency will prevail is if there is an independant witnesss at the autopsy.

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21 hours ago, baansgr said:

Marijuana brings on anxiety

No it doesn't. The draconian laws however....

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A drug addled Thai man!!

The only surprise to me is that this woman is not thanking the police for freeing her of a great burden that she has been saddled with since her wedding day.

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20 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Hope the autopsy reports the truth !

Organs gone. 

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