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School owner gets death penalty for fatally beating one of his students

 

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27-year old Natthaphol Thavornpibul, the owner of the Ban Phi Nath military cadet tutorial boarding school in Nakhon Sawan province, was sentenced to death today, by the Nakhon Sawan provincial court, after being found guilty of beating and killing one of his students with a baseball bat.

 

His wife, Mrs. Phiraya Palasen, and mother-in-law, Mrs. Nonglak Pala, were both sentenced to life in prison for aiding and abetting the fatal assault on the 14-year old boy, Thapakorn (Chaidaen) Sapsin.

 

Requests for bail for all 3 were rejected by the court. The victim’s mother reportedly found a note in the boy’s room at the school, complaining of being beaten frequently and expressing his desire to return home.

 

Full story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/school-owner-gets-death-penalty-for-fatally-beating-one-of-his-students/

 

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Just wondering, is there still executions taking place in Thailand? if there are, no one ever gets to hear about them unlike other countries, and if not, what's the point of the death sentence than?...

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9 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I thought that .... odd his connections, money and his family couldn't protect him.

must be a recent loss of money

 

another covid-related death about to happen

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20 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

I thought that .... odd his connections, money and his family couldn't protect him.

yet

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3 hours ago, ezzra said:

Just wondering, is there still executions taking place in Thailand? if there are, no one ever gets to hear about them unlike other countries, and if not, what's the point of the death sentence than?...

Revenge. Prevent the individual from killing again. Because it's the Law. It's pretty well accepted that death sentences don't actually deter killing. It's a good question, though, because executions used to be reported. Maybe the junta decided to suppress the publication as a public relations measure.

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Sad case. 14 year old dead because of a person feeling they have some sadistic superiority complex. My condolences to the boys family.

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3 hours ago, ezzra said:

Just wondering, is there still executions taking place in Thailand? if there are, no one ever gets to hear about them unlike other countries, and if not, what's the point of the death sentence than?...

 

Could be the defendant and the prosecution couldn’t agree on a price…and the prosecution finally said ‘screw it’ and rolled out their big guns.

 

This malignant <deleted> may still have the opportunity to buy his way out, but the price has no doubt just gotten a lot higher. But if they do put him away…prisoners sentenced to death (I believe) get to wear heavy leg shackles 24/7…forever.

 

Hope so…..

 

 

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And how much compensation does these 3 low-lifes have to pay to his family for the loss of his life, loss of income when he would supported his family, etc.

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4 hours ago, ezzra said:

is there still executions taking place in Thailand?

Last one was around June 2018; guy similar aged, killed someone during a robbery I think.

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