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Thai woman who attacked students at Bangkok school in 2005 murders little girl after release, says Thai media

 

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A Thai woman called Jitrada who once attacked four students at Bangkok's prestigious St Joseph's Convent school 15 years ago has now reportedly murdered a five year old girl after she was released from a psychiatric hospital. 

 

A Nakhon Pathom news site on Facebook reported that the five year old was taken to hospital after she was stabbed in the abdomen by the landlord's daughter at a rental property. A fruit paring knife was used. The woman was aged 49 or 50. 

 

The child was rushed to hospital at Huay Phlu and in the course of being transferred to Soon Nakhon Pathom Hospital she unexpectedly stopped breathing and was taken to Nakhon Chaisri hospital that was the nearest. She was soon pronounced dead before she reached Soon Nahon Pathom. 

 

Sanook said that a large amount of Thai media was reporting that the assailant was Jitrada, 50, who fled the scene. She later gave herself up to Nakhon Chaisri police in an absent minded state and promptly fainted. 

 

Sanook said that Jitrada is a schizophrenic who stabbed four children at St Joseph's Convent in the Silom area of Bangkok on September 9th 2005.

 

The random attack shocked and terrified parents and the wider public at the time, notes Thaivisa, and led to far greater security at schools to combat such incidents. 

 

Sanook said that Jitrada was given an eight year sentence that was reduced to four years as she cooperated with the inquiry. She was not released after serving her four years, however,  as the court ordered her held at at the Galya Rajanagarindra psychiatric hospital. 

 

But she was allowed to go home from there in 2013. 

 

Now, it appears she has murdered a little child. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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thai laws are not strict enough, death penalty please. A lot of bank robberies and 711 robberies lately.

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1 hour ago, kevin612 said:

thai laws are not strict enough, death penalty please. A lot of bank robberies and 711 robberies lately.

They are very strict on other bs tho.... maybe but only maybe they should set their priorities differently. 

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26 minutes ago, PJPom said:

Before anyone starts blaming Thailand for not looking after mentally ill criminals look at any western country. It seems to be the norm that Lawyers plead mental impairment in mitigation for any crime and sadly these pleas are often successful with derisory sentences being handed down. The result is that many make miraculous recoveries and are let loose on society in an amazingly short time, free to offend again.

The closing of mental asylums due to human rights may not have been a very good idea .

No it was a very bad idea - driven by the new wave academics that infested the psychiatric industry in the 80s.

In the past it was true that some people were locked away longer than they should have been locked away.

But that was a price society had accepted for many decades - centuries - better safe than sorry - nutters are a risk.

Now yet another person/child has lost their life because a nutter was released - there has been many thousands in the world.

One day - the decision is going to be made (again) that locking some people up for life/decades in worth it, even if it is wrong, because the opposite reality of some people losing their life is unacceptable.

One loses their freedoms/rights and one loses their life - there is no comparison - and that will one day be realised (again).

 

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2 hours ago, steven100 said:

nutcase should have been locked up for life if she was a danger to the public.

 

And who should've determined that - you?

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2 minutes ago, AussieBob18 said:

No it was a very bad idea - driven by the new wave academics that infested the psychiatric industry in the 80s.

In the past it was true that some people were locked away longer than they should have been locked away.

But that was a price society had accepted for many decades - centuries - better safe than sorry - nutters are a risk.

Now yet another person/child has lost their life because a nutter was released - there has been many thousands in the world.

One day - the decision is going to be made (again) that locking some people up for life/decades in worth it, even if it is wrong, because the opposite reality of some people losing their life is unacceptable.

One loses their freedoms/rights and one loses their life - there is no comparison - and that will one day be realised (again).

 

 

Your understanding of mental health, treatment, etc is only surpassed by your expressed knowledge of risk management.

 

What proportion of those treated for mental health issue crimes and late released re-offend? Or commit more serious offences?

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8 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

Your understanding of mental health, treatment, etc is only surpassed by your expressed knowledge of risk management.

What proportion of those treated for mental health issue crimes and late released re-offend? Or commit more serious offences?

I know a lot more than most.  And I also know the academic mindset that wants numbers and stats.

Answer the question - one person locked away, or one person loses their life - chose which one.

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Girl allegedly stabbed to death by woman with mental illness

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A woman who had stabbed four Saint Joseph Convent School students 15 years ago allegedly killed a four-year-old girl on March 29.

 

Nakhon Chai Si Police Station in Nakhon Pathom province was notified around 6pm of the incident that took place at a restaurant in Nakhon Chai Si province.

 

The police found a girl named Tiprada Homsuwan covered in blood along with a knife at the scene and sent her to Huai Plu Hospital but the girl passed away at the hospital.

 

Tiprada’s family told the police that a suspect came to order five dishes at the restaurant without speaking to anyone but they did not notice anything strange.

 

Later, the family heard Tiprada screaming and saw her soaked in blood in her abdomen on a bench near the restaurant.

 

Afterwards, Jitlada Tantivanitchayasuk, 51, and her family came to Nakhon Chai Si Police Station and told the officers that she had just left a mental institution a week ago.

 

Jitlada reportedly seemed to be in a trance and did not respond while being interrogated. Her family said that she had been treated for mental illness for 20 years.

 

She was previously imprisoned for eight years after stabbing four Saint Joseph Convent School students in 2005.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30385064

 

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Fire all involved in the release of this animal. Cap this animal and be done. R.I.P. to all.

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