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Ex-minister Banyin gets death for premeditated murder of property tycoon


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I wonder how many death sentences in Thailand have actually been carried out over the last, say, 30 years ...

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11 hours ago, scorecard said:

Rather ironic, banyin was a police investigator for many years but somehow he thought he could stage an accident where the victim was supposedly killed in a car crash but had already been murdered earlier by banyin, and he thought the cops would fall for it.

 

He always was an arrogant and over-confident piece of rubbish.

 

Should have tossed him off a balcony.  That's usually good for a suicide ruling.  Covering up a plethora of injuries.

 

I'd also suggest a hanging (maybe with his hands tied behind him), because those get dismissed pretty regularly as suicides.  But he probably already had other injuries.

 

He may have gotten away with it had the caddie not gotten so much money.  NOBODY can believe that.

 

BTW, what's the deal with the judge's brother he's already banged up for?  A judge's brother....bad move.  Maybe that's why he got the death penalty.

 

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13 hours ago, thequietman said:

This is a face of evil and epitomises everything wrong about greed and the need for wealth.

 

Is he appealing & if so, will he get bail?  😞

 

Ah, he's in jail already - so no bail for him. Good. 🙂

 I suspect there will be no bail because banyin has spoken before about committing suicide.

 

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15 hours ago, Golden Triangle said:

It would appear that one of the pre requisites to be in any government here you have to be a real bad ass, drugs, murder, what next rock n roll 😂😂😂 

 

See also Thamanat Prompow, also known as Thammanat Prompao, Yuthaphum Bophlom, Manat Bophlom, and Patchara Prompao

 

 

 

 

13 hours ago, scorecard said:

Rather ironic, banyin was a police investigator for many years but somehow he thought he could stage an accident where the victim was supposedly killed in a car crash but had already been murdered earlier by banyin, and he thought the cops would fall for it.

 

Note that Banyin's first wife died under eerily similar cirmcustances ages ago. So maybe the cops did fall for it?

 

 

 

Interesting that there is no mention of the money.

 

First rule in Thailand: Never, ever follow the money.

 

 

 

 

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14 hours ago, mfd101 said:

I wonder how many death sentences in Thailand have actually been carried out over the last, say, 30 years ...

The Last Executioner

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This is a pretty good read

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15 hours ago, scorecard said:

 

Rather ironic, banyin was a police investigator for many years but somehow he thought he could stage an accident where the victim was supposedly killed in a car crash but had already been murdered earlier by banyin, and he thought the cops would fall for it.

 

He always was an arrogant and over-confident piece of rubbish.

Given his various activities, his morals and ethics, when he was a senior policeman I wonder how many innocent people he railroaded to ensure he gained something or he wasn't investigated, or how many bribes he took so that guilty rich folks were not investigated/prosecuted? 

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