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Man slaughters his wife then kills himself in Bangkok cram school

 

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 BANGKOK: -- A man stabbed his wife to death in a cram school then killed himself to escape the consequences.

 

The wife was a cleaner in the school and her husband went there to talk with her, reported Daily News.

 

He was out on bail after he had attacked her in March causing 100 stitches. On Tuesday night he finished what he started.

 

The couple were due to discuss compensation arising from the original attack next week.

 

A security guard called police to the cram school in the Nimit Mai area of Minburi. He had found the couple lying side by side in a bloodbath in a classroom on the third floor of the shop house.

 

Amporn Prathumma, 44, was face up and dead from neck wounds. Next to her was her husband Chanasin Prathumma, 49, also with a neck wound. A one foot long kitchen knife was next to his body. There was signs of a struggle and bloody footprints all around the classroom.

 

The area security guard Saeng-uthai Chonthep said that he saw both the man and the woman enter the school on Tuesday evening. Later on he found the lights still on and the school not locked up so he went to investigate.

 

When he got no answer to his calls he went up to the third floor and found the grisly scene.

 

The female victim's elder sister Natsaran Parpamai, 45, said that the couple had been married 20 years but the man drunk a lot and they argued frequently. She told police that about March he had attacked her causing 100 stitches to be administered.

 

Her sister moved out because she was scared of him. But he was bailed by the court. They were due to attend a compensation hearing together on September 22nd.

 

Police surmised that the husband had tried to make up with his wife and on being rejected attacked her before killing himself.

 

The owner of the school said that they had a regular cleaner but she was absent on some family business so they had hired Amporn temporarily. He had never seen the husband at the school before.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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1 hour ago, webfact said:

Police surmised that the husband had tried to make up with his wife and on being rejected attacked her before killing himself.

 

Yes, I often take a one-foot long kitchen knife with me when I go to make up with people.

 

Thai cops love a bit of victim-blaming. It must be in their training, which is carried out in bars, I hear.

 

Perhaps he should not have been bailed and that is what they are deflecting attention from.

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A young distant relative of mine was caught in his room with a very mild drug.  Bail was set at 150,000 bahts which his family could not pay, so he spent 6 weeks in jail before his case was heard and he was then released without a fine due to the time already spent in custody.  

 

The guy in this case inflicts severe injuries on his wife requiring 100 stitches and yet is released on bail despite clearly still being a real danger to his wife.  Now, she is dead.  Who has to share at least some part of the blame for this horrific crime?

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a difficult family situation gone totally wrong.

 

we may never know why the wife agreed to go to a lonely spot in the school to discuss pending matters, despite his mistreatment of the wife earlier on and what broke the camel's back.maybe they were destined to end this way.

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58 minutes ago, Bangkok Barry said:

Yet another Thai male who can't handle rejection. Nothing new. Children in adult bodies.

it may not necessarily be only rejection but a host of other possibilities like affairs, ill treatment and not maintaining the household expenses.

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