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Wan Yubamrung’s subordinate arrested for attempted murder in Patong

By The Thaiger

 

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PHOTO: Manager Online

 

Last night (September 12), 32 year old Thanpawat Supchotiwanich, a subordinate of Thai Pheu Thai party politician Wan Yubamrung, was arrested in front of his house in Soi Ekkachai 135, in Patong, acting on a warrant issued back in 2010 after he shot a business peer over an undisclosed conflict.

 

Thanpawat is also known as ‘Tong Deksuegaeng’ and back in 2010, he and a friend shot Nattasak Mongkhonnitipat while he was sitting behind a motorcycle on Bangwat Canal road in Patong, causing the man to be critically injured.

 

Following the case, Phuket provincial court handed down a 12 years sentence to each of the 2 offenders, including Thanpawat. However, the appeal court decided to dismiss the case and allow the 2 men to be bailed.

 

The victim filed a petition to the Supreme Court to overrule the appeal. On the day of the sentence, Thanpawat fled. After fleeing, he changed his name from Kanit Suesuan to his present name and became a strong follower of Wan Yubamrung, who is Bangkok MP from Pheu Thai Party and Chalerm Yubamrung’s son.

 

Wan Yubamrung also visited him at the prison and posted a picture together on Wan’s Facebook to “cheer him up”.

 

SOURCE: Newshawk Phuket

 

Source: https://thethaiger.com/hot-news/crime/wan-yubamrungs-subordinate-arrested-for-attempted-murder-in-patong

 

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Posted a picture to cheer him up. LOL. Only in Thailand!

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48 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

<sarcasm mode: on>

Fancy a thug working for Wan Yubamrung. I'm shocked.

<sarcasm mode: off>

Yeah you'd think a gunman would be more likely to be one of Sutheps boys or Prayuts even.

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Wan Yubamrung also visited him at the prison and posted a picture together on Wan’s Facebook to “cheer him up”

and Wan's Dad sent some ear ache medicine along with a message: this helped me out of some rough patches.

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2 minutes ago, fasteddie said:
52 minutes ago, bluesofa said:

<sarcasm mode: on>

Fancy a thug working for Wan Yubamrung. I'm shocked.

<sarcasm mode: off>

Yeah you'd think a gunman would be more likely to be one of Sutheps boys or Prayuts even.

It starts to get blurred as to who's thugs are who's, there's so many of these upstanding 'members' who seem to employ them.

Perhaps there's a well hidden agency supplying them - Thugs R Us.

On the application form: Please list any famous people you've worked for, and/or done over.

Number of previous employers known to have used the phrase: 'Do you know who I am?'

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27 minutes ago, fasteddie said:

Yeah you'd think a gunman would be more likely to be one of Sutheps boys or Prayuts even.

Both sides are equally bad in the thugs they employ. There is hardly any difference. Sad times.

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2 hours ago, robblok said:

Both sides are equally bad in the thugs they employ. There is hardly any difference. Sad times.

All in suits now it's hard to distinguish who's who anymore.... some of the politicians are as guilty as the thugs are that protect them or do their bidding!

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Only once family names like "Yubamrung" do no longer show up in politics (among others), only then there is silver lining at the horizon of Thailand's political inching towards the 20th century; the 21st century remains unreachable for the time being for other reasons 😉 

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