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Bats possibly used in Nakhon Sawan child murder found

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Bats possibly used in Nakhon Sawan child murder found

By The Nation

 

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Four aluminium baseball bats that had allegedly been used in a fatal assault on a 15-year-old boy at a boarding school in Nakhon Sawan’s Muang district earlier this month had been sent to the Muang Nakhon Sawan police, a source said.

 

The four bats in a bag with a sticker reading “Nattapol Thavornpibul”, who is the 27-year-old owner of the Tutoring School by Pee Nat and the prime suspect, were fished out of a river by a 12-year-old boy who kept the items at home, the source said. 

 

After the unnamed boy heard news about the fatal assault of Tapakorn “Chaidaen” Sapsin, in which the attackers used baseball bats as weapons, he told his mother to call the police, the source said.

 

The boy also showed police where he found the bats so divers could search for any remaining bats. 

 

Police have now arrested Nattapol, his wife and his mother-in-law. The school owner, however, maintains his innocence. 

 

The police said there had been an argument with the child and Nattapol's mother-in-law over phone use.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30371402

 

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I clearly remember I read " Base ball   base ball!" regarding yesterdays news on the same topic. That, when everybody else understood it was refering to bats.

Anyway, It´s always nice when things get confirmed.

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11 hours ago, Happy Grumpy said:

Beating kids to death at school...

 

Beating kids to death in the army...

 

 

At least the monkhood upholds Thai Buddhist values.

In the same way that Catholic Priests in Ireland for many years upheld Irish Catholic values? Yeah right!!!!

 

Next up let's see how Jimmy Saville upheld the british BBC values.

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12 hours ago, Happy Grumpy said:

Beating kids to death at school...

 

Beating kids to death in the army...

 

 

At least the monkhood upholds Thai Buddhist values. 

What about the monk in a post last year found guilty of kicking the crap out of a young monk?

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12 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The four bats in a bag with a sticker reading “Nattapol Thavornpibul”, who is the 27-year-old owner of the Tutoring School

"Nat" makes me think of that adage, "you play ball with me and I'll stick the bat up your ... "

 

Three strikes and you're out Nat !

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Horrible. Poor lad. Deepest sympathies to his families

 

The lying SOB of an owner claimed that he was playing touch rugby or something in the classroom and his mates tackled him a bit too hard by mistake. There is a big difference  between that and being beaten to death by multiple assailants with baseball bats. He has obviously thought that, as a retired army officer he could easily lie his s way out of murder or accomplice to murder and maintain the flow of shekels into his horrid “school”. He will probably be proved right in the end but it’s going to cost him a pretty penny now.

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Pattaya 2016, Lady beat with baseball bats at 2 am in her rented apartmt, 30 days in a COMA. THE Manager (lady),3 thais and drug-Out farang used a KEY. stole everything, clothes too...Confessed...No Jail time,,,walked Free...COPS,Lawyers said Poor Folks didnt want to feed them..never on the News she OK now.........<deleted>

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"argument with the child and Nattapol's mother-in-law over phone use"

The boy's calls were costing too much money, money, money????

RIP young man and well done the other boy for handing the bats to the police - he deserves a reward!

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