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Isan serial killer arrested after two murders and knife attack on woman

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Isan serial killer arrested after two murders and knife attack on woman

 

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Image: Independent News Network

 

Police have arrested a man they say is responsible for two horrific murders in Udon and Nong Bualamphu.

He was apprehended on Saturday after a third attack this time on a woman in the Naklang area of Nong Bualamphu where he stabbed the neck of a 53 year old  called Wow Donprap with a knife from behind in an attempt to steal her motorcycle. She is recovering.

Police said that 20 year old Sathaporn Seechiangsa from Bung Karn province admitted to the murder of two people and the attack on the woman after an intense three hour interrogation. They said he appears drugged and largely incoherent.

He has been taken back to Udon where he had attacked Panya Thongsri, 50, in a sugar cane plantation on Thursday. Panya was found by a neighbor - his head and torso were in a fertilizer sack and his arms and legs had been cut off and stuffed in a bucket near the kitchen at his shack in the fields.

The killer then stole the victim's motorcycle and moved on to Nong Bualamphu on Friday where he attacked Samran Srimungkhun, 61, on a village road with a  knife. The victim was a man with mental deficiencies who had worked in a nearby temple for ten years.

Police said that further details would be released Sunday with a reenactment likely to be held.

 

Source: Independent News Network

 

 

 
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There may be a supposed directive not to parade suspects but there's no way the BIB would pass up publicity on this one.

I can imagine any re-enactments could well turn into real Bollywood productions.

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Either the rtp uniform budget is shot or there are plainclothed undercover cops everywhere.

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27 minutes ago, PatOngo said:

Either the rtp uniform budget is shot or there are plainclothed undercover cops everywhere.

Could they be detectives?

Not all police are uniformed or undercover, some are simply doing a job of tracking criminals.

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The saddest part is, that he will not be dissolved in acid to get rid of this subhuman waste and that he will be treated like a person, trialled, convicted, imprisoned and eventually pardoned and set free again... :(

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25 minutes ago, Haunebu said:

The saddest part is, that he will not be dissolved in acid to get rid of this subhuman waste and that he will be treated like a person, trialled, convicted, imprisoned and eventually pardoned and set free again... :(

Have you considered a move lately? ... I think you might be happier living in Pakistan

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47 minutes ago, Haunebu said:

The saddest part is, that he will not be dissolved in acid to get rid of this subhuman waste and that he will be treated like a person, trialled, convicted, imprisoned and eventually pardoned and set free again... :(

I think even in Western countries like the US & UK this guy would be locked away for life at the minimum (life without parole).

 

Sounds like he's mentally-deficient/crazy, and wouldn't be fit to stand trial anyway.

 

One thing with the UK, was that when they abolished the death penalty in the UK, they said that murderers would get "life", which seems like an average of 11 years, then released on license nowadays.

 

Just a bit of nit-picking also. According to many of the true-life crime shows from the US, a serial-killer is someone who has killed 3 people in separate incidents over a peroiod of more than a month. (FBI definition).

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"... an intense three hour interrogation."

 

Well, that's certainly some suggestive language....

 

Will be interesting to see whether this man is suffering from a definable psychological disorder (paranoid schizophrenia, etc.), as implied in the article, and how this will impact his outcome in the legal system. I'm sure, that regardless of his mental state, some people here will suggest still more creative punishments...

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2 hours ago, ratcatcher said:

Could they be detectives?

Not all police are uniformed or undercover, some are simply doing a job of tracking criminals.

In this case they seem to have done a good job. Praise where praise is due. Then there is the followup that is the part that bothers me. So much of the followup seems to fall between the cracks here.

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The word is that the crazy guy is related to the wife of the man in the sugar cane plantation. The family had arguments over a piece of land that she owned. The crazy guy had several arguments before he finally killed the poor man. Can't say that he could be released on mental state, looks more he all planned this.

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Of course I am just speculating here, but who wants to bet he was raised by his grandparents, while his single mother was away for years at a time, giving him no paternal guidance whatsoever? Grandparents are simply caretakers. They make sure the child gets fed, and clothed, and that they get the most modest amount of attention. It is no substitution for parenthood. Issan has this boil on it's face. Absentee parenting is a curse of the region, as it is considered acceptable by many. 

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Just think how much cheaper a bullet would be in this case if found guilty

Who wants to help pay for the food for this sort of individual

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