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Policeman charged with wife’s murder

By The Nation

 

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Pakkapong Pongpetra

 

A police officer, whose wife was found dead under suspicious circumstances, was charged with murder and decommissioned on Monday (June 22).

 

The body of Pimchadaporn Pooyamsai, 30, was found on a sofa in her house in Bangkok’s Bang Kapi district on Saturday with a .45 pistol in her hand. Bullet marks were seen on the left-hand side of her head.

 

Her husband Pol Captain Songkrot Boonsong initially claimed his wife had killed herself, but her family dismissed the claim, countering that the shot was on the left side of her head, while Pimchadaporn was a right-handed person.

 

On Monday, Metropolitan Police chief Pol Lt-General Pakkapong Pongpetra said forensic tests proved the cause of death was not suicide and Songkrot was taken in for questioning, during which he confessed to shooting his wife. He claimed he snapped while they were having an argument and that he was having problems with his in-laws.

 

Pimchadaporn’s mother said Songkrot was a hot-tempered man and often assaulted his wife, so when she heard that her daughter had killed herself, she refused to believe it.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30390095

 

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Needed to practice on the mirror image thing.

 

This is why police never solve anything here. Did he also get it wrong during the re-enactment? 

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Her husband Pol Captain Songkrot Boonsong initially claimed his wife had killed herself, but her family dismissed the claim, countering that the shot was on the left side of her head, while Pimchadaporn was a right-handed person.

It pays to pay attention, you silly fool, enjoy the Bangkok Hilton for the rest of your miserable life.

 

RIP to his wife.

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9 hours ago, Chelseafan said:

Right hand to left temple? And he was a policeman?

RIP to the poor lady.

 

Keystone variety :dry:

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1 hour ago, 4MyEgo said:

It pays to pay attention, you silly fool, enjoy the Bangkok Hilton for the rest of your miserable life.

 

RIP to his wife.

It seems cops rarely do jail time, even for murder.  They play the "as a former cop I'll be a target in jail" card.  AFAIK, the cop who killed a French guy and his girlfriend on Sukhumvit 13 four or 5 years ago, on camera and in front of a dozen witnesses is still out "on bail".  If I'm wrong about this, please correct me.

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18 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Her husband Pol Captain Songkrot Boonsong initially claimed his wife had killed herself, but her family dismissed the claim, countering that the shot was on the left side of her head, while Pimchadaporn was a right-handed person.

Opppp's got that wrong !

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3 hours ago, brianthainess said:

All cops, should have a psychiatric test yearly and all gun owners.

It's easy to act normal in a test environment...

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Another man who would not take responsibility for his actions  until cornered 

like the rat he is.  Too bad the death penalty is not applied in Thailand,  like it is in China. Oh

well maybe in the future.

Geezer

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On 6/23/2020 at 3:40 PM, steven100 said:

he clearly forgot his left from right ....   jail for you buddy.

Was not wearing his Humphrey B Bear slippers to let him know which side was which.

Amanda Knox....Innocent American on trial in Italy or cold ...

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On 6/22/2020 at 5:59 PM, snoop1130 said:

Pimchadaporn’s mother said Songkrot was a hot-tempered man and often assaulted his wife, so when she heard that her daughter had killed herself, she refused to believe it.

there is a lot more to this story that is not being said.

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