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Mutilated corpse: It was not a foreigner, the wife and her male relative killed "abusive husband"

 

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Thai media on television, in print and online reported extensively on the case of a man that had been murdered, mutilated and spread in three places in Ayutthaya province. 

 

It was a case that was solved within days by the Thai police. The murderers were the man's wife and her male relative. 

 

A torso had been found in Wang Noi, then arms and legs on the Bang Pa-In - Bang Pahan road. The perpetrators had tried to burn the remains with fuel. The head was missing. 

 

Sanook reported that the first break in the case came when fingerprints identified the victim as Subin, aged 54, who was reported elsewhere as being a building contractor. 

 

He had been drinking with friends at his wife's house in Nonthaburi. The wife Wassana, 34, and her relative Anantachai, 23, arrived and Subin was stabbed to death. 

 

Thai TV reconstructions showed this was allegedly done by Anantachai.

 

The pair then joined forces to cut Subin up into pieces and put his remains in black bags and spread him about the countryside after driving off in a pick-up.

 

Police soon had the pair in custody and this led to the discovery of the head of the victim discarded alongside Route 356 that connects to Route 347 where other remains were found. 

 

Bloodstain evidence of the gruesome killing was found all over the house and two knives were retrieved - one that was used to murder Subin and the other that was used to mutilate the body.

 

Thai TV showed the wife being led on reenactments with reporters in hot pursuit trying to get her to comment on why she had done this.

 

Sanook reported that she claimed years of domestic abuse when her husband was drunk. Her relative sympathised with her plight and together they murdered Subin. 

 

They believed they would soon be arrested and made no attempt to flee, they claimed. 

 

Before the truth became known the police would not rule out the possibility that the victim was a foreigner. 

 

However he proved to be Thai and as is very often the case, the murderers were known to the victim. 

 

Source: Sanook

 

 

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Sanook reported that she claimed years of domestic abuse when her husband was drunk. Her relative sympathised with her plight and together they murdered Subin.

I guess getting a divorce or moving out wasn't on the cards?

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10 hours ago, webfact said:

Sanook reported that the first break in the case came when fingerprints identified the victim as Subin, aged 54, who was reported elsewhere as being a building contractor. 

 

Just curious, does Thailand have a fingerprint database for everyone, or can we jump to any judgments about the guy because his prints were on file?  Or are they blowing smoke about identifying him by his prints?

 

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6 hours ago, impulse said:

 

Just curious, does Thailand have a fingerprint database for everyone, or can we jump to any judgments about the guy because his prints were on file?  Or are they blowing smoke about identifying him by his prints?

 

In the below Thai Rath article it says he was identified by "fingerprints in the civil registration history database" (ลายนิ้วมือในฐานข้อมูลประวัติทะเบียนราษฎร). Not sure what that means, but suggests something other than a criminal history database.

 

https://www.thairath.co.th/news/local/central/2043345

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7 hours ago, impulse said:

Just curious, does Thailand have a fingerprint database for everyone, or can we jump to any judgments about the guy because his prints were on file?

 

Thai ID cards have their fingerprints (digital data) in the chip.

 

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