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Able bodied men rounded up for inspection after rape attempt of senior teacher in Sisaket

 

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Police and soldiers investigating an attack on a 55 year old teacher at her home in Lalai sub-district of Sisaket in Thailand north-east have taken the unusual step of rounding up 100 able bodied men from the nearby area.

 

Naree Seesotdee was attacked in the bedroom of her home by a large and strong man.

 

He had forced the door of her bedroom while she slept.

 

But she fought the man for five minutes and managed to scratch him and bite his fingers. She then played dead causing the man to panic and flee the house.

 

The authorities were checking for scratch and bite marks yesterday but 100 men were ruled out.

 

Banmuang reported that the victim was recovering with relatives at home. There was a stream of school students from Ban Sam Sao school who came to pay their respects.

 

They were very glad that their teacher was feeling better.

 

Sources in the investigation told the media that someone who knew the victim well is a likely person in the attack.

 

They knew that a metal door could not be locked and were able to avoid four CCTV cameras by vaulting a wall in their exit from the property.

 

Don Aow police are investigating with the help of the military and civil defense groups.

 

Source: Ban Muang

 
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26 minutes ago, sammieuk1 said:

World class policing at its finest ?

You mean like in the Netherlands when they asked able bodied men to give DNA in a murder case ?...

I don't see why this won't work at least it excludes a lot of people and it might catch the one responsible. 

How else would you go about it ?

Fingerprints.. not sure they are in the system 

CCTV... compare with who

 

Its of course a big invasion of privacy but still it could work.

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12 hours ago, worgeordie said:

They should be looking for men that have suddenly

left the area after the attempted rape.

regards Worgeordie

Yes, sometimes they run away so it's a good idea.   I was told the investigation depends on the status of the victim. If someone high in society then a proper investigation would be conduct by authority. The higher it goes the more proper investigation and more speed too. Please dont' tell me that is true.

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1 hour ago, over2you said:

Did they do something wrong? What starter actions on the matter would you suggest immediately after the event? 

all men for a start, she obviously didnt see him so no idea of age, and what cctv cameras are there for exit but not entry

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21 minutes ago, cookieqw said:

all men for a start, she obviously didnt see him so no idea of age, and what cctv cameras are there for exit but not entry

They knew that a metal door could not be locked and were able to avoid four CCTV cameras by vaulting a wall in their exit from the property.

but how did they  get in

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8 hours ago, madusa said:

Yes, sometimes they run away so it's a good idea.   I was told the investigation depends on the status of the victim. If someone high in society then a proper investigation would be conduct by authority. The higher it goes the more proper investigation and more speed too. Please dont' tell me that is true.

Its True.

regards Worgeordie

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7 hours ago, over2you said:

Did they do something wrong? What starter actions on the matter would you suggest immediately after the event? 

Looking for fingerprints around the broken door.... maybe
Looking for DNA evidence as she scratched the attacker.. 

looking for any evidence that "would" convict an attacker!!

Finding someone with a scratch doesn't prove guilt of anything and would not stand up in court as evidence !!

 

However as most Thai rape attempts are made by someone known to the victim, start looking for someone she knows who's now gone missing !!!!

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9 hours ago, hotchilli said:

Looking for fingerprints around the broken door.... maybe
Looking for DNA evidence as she scratched the attacker.. 

looking for any evidence that "would" convict an attacker!!

Finding someone with a scratch doesn't prove guilt of anything and would not stand up in court as evidence !!

 

However as most Thai rape attempts are made by someone known to the victim, start looking for someone she knows who's now gone missing !!!!

Perhaps they did do all of those things as well as checking the men. Perhaps there was a reason that they quickly checked these men.

The news just reports what suits.

Are you so naive? 

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