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Policeman's son beats man, 25, to death with a snooker cue

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Video: Policeman's son beats man, 25, to death with a snooker cue

 

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CHANTABURI: -- Police in Chantaburi have charged a colleague's son with murder after he repeatedly attacked a 25 year old man in a downtown snooker hall.

 

Chayut Phuphuak, 36, the son of Preecha Phupuak a Chantaburi officer, has been ordered held by the local court, reported Thai Rath.

 

Police investigators said that he attacked Kanok Wichiansin,25, after Kanok went to help a friend who was facing trouble in a fight.

 

Kanok was knocked unconscious then police said the cop's son left before going back to finish him off with repeated blows to the head with a snooker cue until he was still.

 

The incident - on Friday night around midnight - was caught on CCTV and shared right across social media.

 

The grandmother of the victim originally posted the footage calling for justice for her grandson on Saturday. When nothing had been done by Sunday the mother of the victim went into police to press for the case to be followed up.

 

Chantaburi police said that the suspect had given himself up thereafter and been charged with murder.

 

He is being held in Chantaburi jail as the investigation continues with further study of the CCTV footage and gathering of witness statements.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 
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This article directly follows the one praising Thai men, and how they are wrongly portrayed as bad people ! :blink:

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And of course they other guys just stared and did nothing to prevent it.....

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A Policeman's son again ??? maybe they should lock up all the Policeman's sons before they kill every smart guy in Thailand.

The victim was a University graduate with high markings !!!

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Oh! yes, now it was the good thai man that really thinks before he is doing something again.

Beeing the son of a police does really seem like a problem in this country. How many times are we going to hear about members, (sons),  of these families resorting to violence as soon as something happens.
Not even the police can teach their own sons to behave in a normal fashion. Like one said before. Good luck with the long article defending thai men!

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Had to be a weapon, no fists, and had to come back to finish him off, bring back the death penalty

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1 hour ago, webfact said:

The grandmother of the victim originally posted the footage calling for justice for her grandson on Saturday. When nothing had been done by Sunday the mother of the victim went into police to press for the case to be followed up.

Sure, the man was a cop son, why would they do their duty when it's involved

one of their own? .... Chief of police, make a note of it....

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Like father like son!

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You have to wonder how many more of these are going to be tolerated going forward. if the crime itself isn't bad (and clear) enough then the police's lack of haste in proceeding with it certainly is.

How much studying of CCTV is actually needed here, in a proper and fair justice system the clear CCTV showing the crime is as clear and impartial a witness that is required, but seemingly not here (unless you're connected and giving dubious edits with a brown envelope on the side a la nomsod).

I wish to see the cop's son in chains very soon, but I suspect this is the last we'll hear about this case as follow up journalism here is thin on the ground to say the least

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Help me out here, what's it again that's done to rabid dogs ... at least in places with the least amount of common (!) sense present ...?
Well, there you go then, simple enough ...

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Let me guess, self defence.

My thoughts exactly with the cursory small payout to the family and probation which is unsupervised

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Something so wrong going on in the minds of 'some' of these people. An animalistic trigger where all empathy for another human goes out the window. This fat little rat should be swinging from a rope, but we all know he won't even do any time.

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 "Police in Chantaburi have charged a colleague's son with murder after he repeatedly attacked a 25 year old man in a downtown snooker hall."

 

Sounds like perfect material for a future police officer. No need to go to police academy. He has the natural instinct. Next test...How fast can he whip out his hand, palm up.

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