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A Thai mother sought justice for her five and six year old daughters, who were allegedly raped by four boys aged between eight and 13 in an abandoned house in the Mae Ai district in the northern province of Chiang Mai.

 

The mother of the two young victims filed a complaint at Mae Ai Police Station stating that the sexual assault took place at around 1pm yesterday, January 7, in an abandoned house in the Akha, Lahu, and Lisu ethnic community in Chiang Mai.

 

The mother explained that her four children, two boys and two girls, went to the abandoned house to go fishing around 1pm on the incident day. They disappeared for a long time, so she rode a motorbike to the house to bring them back at 3pm.

 

When she arrived, two daughters ran to her and immediately told her that they were raped by four boys inside the house. The six year old girl accused three boys of raping her, and the five year old girl said she was raped by another boy.

 

The girls said the four boys forced them into the house, covered their eyes, took off their clothes and assaulted them. Her two sons said the four boys threatened them to keep quiet in the house.

 

By Petch Petpailin

Caption: Photo via Channel 3

 

Full story: The Thaiger 2024-01-08

 

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I am sure this story won't get much traction among ThaiVisa users; they'd probably prefer to discuss the difficult transitional period of romantic Akha poetry in the late 19th century.

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From the link:

A similar sexual assault made headlines in July last year, when a seven year old girl was raped by five young boys aged between eight and 12 in the Isaan province of Nong Bua Lamphu. After reporting the matter to the police, the victim and her family faced threats from the boys’ families, and the case did not go anywhere.

Daily News reported the victim’s family sought help from a Thai social media influencer leading to the development of the case. However, the boys were not punished because they were under the age of 12. Instead, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security took care of the case and issued proper measures to improve the young suspects’ behaviours.

 

I wish the family good luck

 

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2 hours ago, hotchilli said:

From the link:

A similar sexual assault made headlines in July last year, when a seven year old girl was raped by five young boys aged between eight and 12 in the Isaan province of Nong Bua Lamphu. After reporting the matter to the police, the victim and her family faced threats from the boys’ families, and the case did not go anywhere.

Daily News reported the victim’s family sought help from a Thai social media influencer leading to the development of the case. However, the boys were not punished because they were under the age of 12. Instead, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security took care of the case and issued proper measures to improve the young suspects’ behaviours.

 

I wish the family good luck

 

Sounds like a copycat crime or even the same perpetrators as they got away with it last time. 

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2 hours ago, hotchilli said:

From the link:

A similar sexual assault made headlines in July last year, when a seven year old girl was raped by five young boys aged between eight and 12 in the Isaan province of Nong Bua Lamphu. After reporting the matter to the police, the victim and her family faced threats from the boys’ families, and the case did not go anywhere.

Daily News reported the victim’s family sought help from a Thai social media influencer leading to the development of the case. However, the boys were not punished because they were under the age of 12. Instead, the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security took care of the case and issued proper measures to improve the young suspects’ behaviours.

 

I wish the family good luck

 

I think you can even shoot a bunch of ppl at the mall with no punishment if you're a kid. 

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14 hours ago, soalbundy said:

WHAT??  I didn't know what sex was at 8 years old.

I can't remember that far back but I doubt I did either.  However, the world has changed - mainly I'd suggest due to the internet.  Very young kids in many countries, including Thailand are sharing sexual images, porn and other such stuff on their phones on a daily basis.

 

I was telling my girlfriend about a recent case at a UK school where this image sharing, coupled with requests that fellow pupils send naked or sexual photos of themselves + all sorts of other requests and demands was discovered.  Her reply was that much the same is going on at her daughter's school in Thailand!

 

I think kids today, thanks to the internet, know exactly what sex is but I doubt they are actually able to understand it.  Thailand has made some feeble efforts to block some International porn sites but apparently there are thousands of 'home grown' ones available. One, and I have no idea if this one is still going was Camfrog where I believe young Thai (mainly females) people were offering sexual video performances for a fee.

 

Its rife I'm afraid and whilst criminals are able to make money from the virtually unregulated platform of the internet, things are likely to get worse. The kids don't set these websites up themselves.

 

Some parents try to monitor what their kids are up to and block sites containing dangerous material + some of the 'sexting' groups that exist but kids soon find ways around that. My grandson (13) was banned from talking to kids on a whatsapp group that he'd fallen in with previously (nothing sexual but not good stuff).  I walked in on him a couple of weeks after the ban and caught him video chatting to members of that group on a chat facility that was available within a game on a gaming website.  His mother's monitoring simply showed that he'd been on the gaming site.

 

My 8 year old grandaughter has a smart phone but she wouldn't if I had any say in it. I can't think of any reason whatsoever why kids so young need to have a phone.

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