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Police captain sexually assaulted sisters aged 16 and just 12 over a one year period


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Sanook caption: Policeman rapes children

 

Sanook reported on what they said was yet another case of a Thai policeman raping children.

 

In this case the children were sisters aged just 12 and 16.

 

The cop concerned is a police captain who has been suspended and released on bail after being charged. 

 

The case came to the attention of Paveena Hongsakul who runs a foundation that bears her name helping women and children victims of crime. 

 

The grandmother of the two sisters went to Paveena who contacted social services in Trang and had the sisters taken into care.

 

Paveena also contacted the head of the provincial police Maj-Gen Santhat Winson who has been investigating and interviewing the parties concerned.

 

Sanook reported that the police captain had formed a legitimate relationship in the family with a 20 year old woman. 

 

But after a family member was jailed in 2020 in a Ya Ba case he told her that he took pity on a 12 year old daughter of the now convicted woman and suggested they look after her.

 

Within three days the captain was raping her. 

 

He also raped her 16 year old sister.

 

Sanook said that sometimes there was a threesome. 

 

When the girls could stand the abuse no longer they reported what was going on to their grandmother who went to Paveena. 

 

Investigations continue with Paveena taking the matter to the governor of Trang. 

 

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27 minutes ago, Pedrogaz said:
5 hours ago, Geoffggi said:

Why release this person so he can possibly threaten the family into dropping charges - Amazing Thailand

On of the wonders in Thailand.....

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

But after a family member was jailed in 2020 in a Ya Ba case he told her that he took pity on a 12 year old daughter of the now convicted woman and suggested they look after her.

 

Could it be that the rapist policeman falsified drug selling charges against the Mother (I assume) in order to get access to the Children ?

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

But after a family member was jailed in 2020 in a Ya Ba case he told her that he took pity on a 12 year old daughter of the now convicted woman and suggested they look after her.

 

Within three days the captain was raping her. 

 

He also raped her 16 year old sister.

 

Sanook said that sometimes there was a threesome

Sickening to the core.

He said he took pity on the 12 year old... his intentions were to rape the child, and the sister.

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1 hour ago, Pedrogaz said:

One really does wonder why the decent police don't band together and kick the scum out of the RTP.

that's because there's so few of them

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36 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

Although that rape of an underaged person is a serious crime, one should take care not get carry away with their feelings and starting to lynch the "alleged" culpritt.

In 1985, at the school I was teaching, one of the children went with her parents to the Police and started a court case against a teacher and accusing him of rape.

The girl was seen by a doctor at the local hospital who confirmed the "rape".

The teacher was immediatly removed from his function to protect the school reputation and his life (he had a wife and 2 children) became a hell.
Constantly harrassed by the police and court inquiries; His house was moved upside down in order to find anything that could agravate his case; etc.
He could not go anywhere in town without people shouting at him and even physically treaten him.
After a few month's, even before the trial at the court had started, he chose to commit suicide.

A few weeks later, a boy admitted that he had "raped" the girl at her demand because she wanted to harras the teacher for giving her bad results on her test.

Take care not to fall into haste conclutions.

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6 minutes ago, Confuscious said:
55 minutes ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

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Although that rape of an underaged person is a serious crime, one should take care not get carry away with their feelings and starting to lynch the "alleged" culpritt.

In 1985, at the school I was teaching, one of the children went with her parents to the Police and started a court case against a teacher and accusing him of rape.

The girl was seen by a doctor at the local hospital who confirmed the "rape".

The teacher was immediatly removed from his function to protect the school reputation and his life (he had a wife and 2 children) became a hell.
Constantly harrassed by the police and court inquiries; His house was moved upside down in order to find anything that could agravate his case; etc.
He could not go anywhere in town without people shouting at him and even physically treaten him.
After a few month's, even before the trial at the court had started, he chose to commit suicide.

A few weeks later, a boy admitted that he had "raped" the girl at her demand because she wanted to harras the teacher for giving her bad results on her test.

Take care not to fall into haste conclutions.

Jesus...   Take care to read what posters actually say!

[Edit:]  And what you post!

 

"...one should take care not get carry away with their feelings and starting to lynch the "alleged" culpritt".

I'm not.  Exactly the opposite, in fact.

 

"Take care not to fall into haste conclutions".

I'm not.  Exactly the opposite, in fact.

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1 hour ago, Pedrogaz said:

One really does wonder why the decent police don't band together and kick the scum out of the RTP.

One really wonders how many decent policemen there are.

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7 hours ago, JeffersLos said:

There's an inactive post that needs filling. 

Well let's hope his sexual organs remain inactive. Otherwise castration would be a suitable punishment if found guilty.

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3 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

you are usually allowed bail if you are not considered a flight risk or that you are unlikely to contact or threaten any of the witnesses or victims.  In this case I would think that he doesn't fit that criteria and shouldn't have been granted bail.

 

But in Thailand logic is rarely used.

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3 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

I agree ,But in a western country one gets put in Jail on Remand  for such a crime until one Goes to court and gets  a hearing and if needed a Trail to be Dealt with.

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4 hours ago, digger70 said:
7 hours ago, Liverpool Lou said:

Not just Thailand, one of the wonders of the legal systems in every other country also. 

 

Regardless of how foul his alleged crimes are, until he's been to trial and proven guilty, he's innocent and is entitled to bail if he meets the conditions.  Same as in any other legal system.

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I agree ,But in a western country one gets put in Jail on Remand  for such a crime until one Goes to court and gets  a hearing and if needed a Trail to be Dealt with.

Garbage.   "A western country"?  Which one is that?   Which western countries do not have bail facilities in their legal systems?  Have you never heard of police bail?

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A lifetime in prison would not be good enough for this rodent. He needs to be put down like vermin. Execution without so much as a trial. See ya! 

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