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Suspected serial rapist in police net

By THE NATION

 

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A man accused of being a serial rapist has been arrested, police in Surat Thani province said.

 

Anusorn Somboon, 33, nicknamed “hungry tiger” because of his alleged crimes, was arrested on Tuesday when he was sleeping in a hammock tied to forest trees. During three hours of interrogation, he denied all the police allegations.

 

Police said the suspect was involved in many rape cases and in particular targeted girls riding motorcycle alone at night or staying alone at home. He is also suspected of raping his own relative.

 

Police said the suspect had committed the alleged crimes in three subdistricts -- Tha Khanon, Yan Yao and Nam Hak.

 

Officials from several agencies took part in the operation to hunt for the suspect in Yan Yao forest since Saturday (January 25), using dogs which traced Anusorn from the smell of his clothes.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30381222

 

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-- © Copyright The Nation Thailand 2020-01-29
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"Suspected serial rapist in police net"

I thought it was a hammock! I bet his clothes did smell after spending at least 4 days out in the forest. 

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19 hours ago, webfact said:

During three hours of interrogation, he denied all the police allegations.

Must have balls of steel!

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Just put him in a line-up and take the pictures of everyone pointing him out.

Mammals (not people) like this need to be sent to Devils Island and forgotten... no rehab possible.

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