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Son, 11, wakes up to find parents dead 

By The Nation

 

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An 11-year-old boy woke up Friday morning to find both his parents were dead in an apparent murder and suicide at their house in Trat’s Klong Yai district, police said.

 

The son, Winner Suksawat, woke up to find his mother, Nampheung Suksawat, 34, dead and immediately called relatives.

 

When the relatives arrived at their home in Moo 1 village in Tambon Haad Lek they also found Winner’s father, Uthai Hinkhao, 43, hanging behind the house.

 

The relatives called police at 6:30am. Nampheung had bruises on her face and appeared to have been strangled.

 

Police said Uthai apparently hanged himself after strangling his wife.

 

Relatives told police that the couple quarrelled because Uthai wanted to allow his brother to stay at the house but Nampheung disagreed.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30373717

 

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22 minutes ago, Thaiwrath said:

A real tragedy for the kid, all over an apparent silly disagreement. Hopefully he will find a good home with other family members.

Although the husband's actions were extreme, you can't be sure it was merely a silly disagreement. His wife may have had a very valid reason for not wanting her brother-in-law come to stay. Unwanted houses guests can be very disruptive to family harmony.

 

Let's hope the kids family rallies round to help him in his time of need. I'm sure they will.

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3 minutes ago, Moonlover said:

Although the husband's actions were extreme, you can't be sure it was merely a silly disagreement. His wife may have had a very valid reason for not wanting her brother-in-law come to stay. Unwanted houses guests can be very disruptive to family harmony.

 

Let's hope the kids family rallies round to help him in his time of need. I'm sure they will.

If you get a spare minute, look up the definition of the word "apparent", (seeming real or true, but not necessarily so.).

I never suggested I was sure this was the reason.

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Another sad example of the TFES  (Thai fragile ego syndrome). How selfish! Should have hung himself first.

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So very sad n tragic. Poor child. Poor woman, sad n emotionally disturbed n distressed sick husband to do such a thing.

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"Relatives told police that the couple quarrelled because Uthai wanted to allow his brother to stay at the house but Nampheung disagreed."

 

Good enough reason to kill for some 

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10 minutes ago, Xaos said:

"Relatives told police that the couple quarrelled because Uthai wanted to allow his brother to stay at the house but Nampheung disagreed."

 

Good enough reason to kill for some 

nah, that issue was probably just the latest trigger.

it was more like an accumulation of "and you never help in the home" and "you spend all the money" and "you had a girl on the side" and "you look at other men" and "I will go o my mother" "yes please" "no I won't do you that favor" etc.

some people just lose it at some point.

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3 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

unfortunately for the completely innocent son, he will not receive any counseling of any value in Thailand and will grow up to be more twisted than his father.

probably nothing twisted about him - the weak willed guy just lost his temper.

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Just now, manarak said:

probably nothing twisted about him - the weak willed guy just lost his temper.

I think killing his wife with his son sleeping then hanging could be deemed 'twisted'. Anyway is it important?  hope kids ok but doubt it.

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