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Police escort the main suspect in the murder of 70-year-old Tee Sae Phu in the Tha Yang district of Phetchaburi this week, her 26-year-old granddaughter in law Chantima Wongwatkee as they pursue legal proceedings against her for murdering her elderly relative at the victim’s home on Wednesday 11th May last.

 

by Carla Boonkong & Pranee O' Connor

 

Details of the harrowing crime were given this week by senior police officers in Phetchaburi province who revealed that legal proceedings against Chantima Wongwatkee are underway for intentionally killing the older woman after she was discovered embezzling funds and committing fraud.

 

A 26 year old woman in Phetchaburi is being charged with murder after the body of a 70-year-old woman was found at her home in the Tha Yang district of the province last Friday. The young woman told police that she had killed the older woman while driven by an uncontrollable ‘mood swing’ after being confronted with embezzlement charges by her grandmother which she admitted to police this week were true.

 

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A 26-year-old Thai woman in Phetchaburi province has told police that she murdered her grandmother in law and made it look like a burglary gone wrong at the older woman’s home in the Tha Yang district of Phetchaburi where the body of Tee Sae Phu was found on Friday last, the 13th of May in what looked like suspicious circumstances.

 

Full story: https://www.thaiexaminer.com/thai-news-foreigners/2022/05/17/26-year-old-murders-grandmother-over-bank-theft/

 

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What a sad story.  And it took her 3 attempts to actually kill her.

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The young woman told police that she had killed the older woman while driven by an uncontrollable ‘mood swing’ after being confronted with embezzlement charges by her grandmother which she admitted to police this week were true.

 

4 hours ago, webfact said:

A 26-year-old Thai woman in Phetchaburi province has told police that she murdered her grandmother in law and made it look like a burglary gone wrong

Un-controllable mood swing, yet premeditated and fully planned?

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3 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Ah, the old 'menstrual' defence ploy !

yaba, yaba doo

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Majority here are born with sticky fingers; some will live with Relatives until the old ones die to get their hands on any riches while others grow tired of waiting, seen similar cases twice in our Village in the last five years.

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I would like to know how often in west youngsters have murdered their own grandparents and/or parents. I'm not saying it's worse here, but it appears to be reported a little too often in recent months.

 

And this 'culture' is one of revering and respecting one's elders. Or maybe that's where some of the problem may lie... they're encouraged/convinced/forced to trust and believe their elders from birth... then when they realise most of it was convenient lies, they lose so much respect that they turn to murder. Very sad.

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4 hours ago, 2long said:

I would like to know how often in west youngsters have murdered their own grandparents and/or parents. I'm not saying it's worse here, but it appears to be reported a little too often in recent months.

 

And this 'culture' is one of revering and respecting one's elders. Or maybe that's where some of the problem may lie... they're encouraged/convinced/forced to trust and believe their elders from birth... then when they realise most of it was convenient lies, they lose so much respect that they turn to murder. Very sad.

You make a good point. The disillusionment many young Thais today feel when they realize, through the internet, that they've been brought up on BS and lies is very strong. 

 

 

 

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“I tewh her gib me money, but she no gib me money!!!”

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10 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Ah, the old 'menstrual' defence ploy !

Or, maybe she was ‘bipolar’🤣🤣🤣

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Being a thief was not good enough, now she can add killer to

her profile. RIP to her grandmother.

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