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Phetchaburi: – NongYaPlong police have re-enacted three brutal killings which the husband shot dead his wife for devoting time to chat via LINE app before opening fire on mother-in-law and son to cover up his crime.

Murder suspect KosolSuwanwong, 50, said he came home on February 13 to find his wife Orn-uma ignoring him and chatting online.

After complaining about her preoccupation with LINE chat voicing suspicion about having an affair, his wife told him she did not care and challenged him for a divorce.

He then went into rage and lost control. He immediately walked into the bedroom to take his gun and shot his wife.

After the shooting, he panicked and walked around the house. He found his mother-in-law and shot her. After hearing gunshots, his son stepped out of his room to investigate and he shot him too.

Later he walked another round and shot each victim one more time to make sure they were dead, he said during re-enactment.

He also wanted to kill his daughter and daughter in law but changed his mind after the two cried and begged for him to spare them.

He took, however, his daughter’s gold necklace to finance his escape.

Following the killings, he fled to stay with his friend in UbonRatchathani until police arrested him four days later.

Some 200 neighbours and onlookers witnessed the re-enactment. They tried to lynch the suspect, prompting the mobilisation of 50 policemen to keep peace.

Police said the suspect had a long list of criminal records including theft, fraud and embezzlement.

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They tried to lynch him. Bless them. When will they make it more difficult to get guns here??????

Yep, too many guns, just like the USA. Emotional people shouldn't have access to firearms.

What a scumbag. Words fail me.

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I don't defend this guy at all but suppose his wife hadn't been chatting so often and ignoring him then telling she wanted a divorce and who knows what else. With a guy like this I would be careful entering into a heated discussion. I'm afraid it's not going to be the last case where addiction to the Internet chat rooms leads to something tragic, here or elsewhere. Sign of our wonderful times!? Just a thought.xcrying.gif.pagespeed.ic.kh9vLpJQkU19fSS

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I thought re-enactments are done in a court of law?

What's the expression about being the police, judge and jury?

Police work should concentrate on traffic violators in this country...


So guess you think that murder is ok


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Anything to do with 'rage' and there's always a gun handy!

Yep, too many guns, just like the USA.

Emotional people shouldn't have access to firearms.

I like the right to bear arms in the USA as some of their points are right.. but this one always counters much of it. The idea of unstable people having guns.. is scary.

I have never owned a gun but if I were an american id like one for target shooting and hunting and such. Seems like great fun, I used to own a pellet gun (illegal back home too but accepted if you just used it in the back yard) it was great fun. So I do understand why people like guns. However idiot with guns scare the heck out of me. There are many people who don't think their actions through and its bad enough if they come at you with a knife.. with a gun its game over.

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He could have just as easily killed them in any number of ways.

The gun made it more convenient...but was not the reasoning. Sounds like he made up his mind.

Perhaps, but the other people would have had a better chance of getting away if he tried to use other means. Much harder to dodge a bullet. There's a reason why people usually use guns, not knives, in those school shootings we too often read about.

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