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Suspects in high-profile murder case paraded during reenactment
By The Nation

 

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KHON KAEN: -- Some 100 crowd-control police officers took three suspects in the high-profile murder and body mutilation case to reenact their alleged crime in Khon Kaen province on Monday morning.

 

At just after 8am, Police took Priyanuch Nonwangchai, Kawita Rachada and Apiwan Satayabundit to the resort where they allegedly mutilated the body of their victim, Warisara Klinjui.

 

Khao Suang Kwang Police Station sought help from 100 commando police to secure the resort.

 

A large crowd turned up to look at the suspects.

 

All in all, the suspects were taken to eight spots related to the crime, including the forest where they allegedly buried the body.

 

Police will later be presented at Khon Kaen Court to seek the court’s approval for their detention pending further investigation.

 

The three suspects were found in Myanmar and handed over to Thai authorities on Saturday night.

 

During the re-enactment, the three suspects were handcuffed. 

 

Earlier, police were criticised for pampering the suspects instead of treating them as suspects.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30317224

 
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I thought all these re enactments and pointing finger shoots were supposed to cease .

 

Ah well ........ only for a day I guess. A bit like limiting the number of people in the back of pick ups ......the road to perdition is paved with good intentions.

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Three bar girls re-enact alleged killing and dismembering of another bar girl

 

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KHON KAEN: -- Three female suspects in the murder and dismembering of a bar girl were this morning taken by Khon Kaen police to reenact the circumstances surrounding the victim’s death.

 

Under escort of up to 300-member strong police force, the three suspects, Ms Preeyanut Nonewangchai, Ms Kawita Ratchada and Ms Apiwan Sattayabundit, were brought to eight places to reconstruct their crimes amid the watchful eyes of several hundreds of bystanders.

 

Royal Thai Police deputy commissioner Pol Gen Chalermkiat Srivorakarn was also at the crime scene to supervise the reconstruction by the three girls.

 

The three girls turned themselves in to Myanmar police and handed over to Thai authorities on Saturday in Chiang Rai. They were later flown into Khon Kaen for questioning.

 

All confessed to the murder and the dismembering of Ms Warisara Klinjui out of conflict over debt between Ms Preeyanut and the victim, and narcotics.

 

According to police, Ms Preeyanut claimed that they had no intention to kill Ms Warisara at the beginning but circumstances developing in the car forced them to do so.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/three-bar-girls-re-enact-alleged-killing-dismembering-another-bar-girl/

 
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1 hour ago, webfact said:

 

According to police, Ms Preeyanut claimed that they had no intention to kill Ms Warisara at the beginning but circumstances developing in the car forced them to do so.

These circumstances can be a bitch,  they just force you to kill a person. :bah:

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2 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

Ringling Brothers would be so proud. 

 

Ringling Brothers have ceased to exist, so Thailand will have to be the sole ringleaders now! I think the RTP will continue to do a good job! Amazing Thailand.

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"Police will later be presented at Khon Kaen Court to seek the court’s approval for their detention pending further investigation."

 

 They have already admitted their guilt!  Why does the court need to approve their detention!  

 

****in unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!

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16 minutes ago, Moti24 said:

"Police will later be presented at Khon Kaen Court to seek the court’s approval for their detention pending further investigation."

 

 They have already admitted their guilt!  Why does the court need to approve their detention!  

 

****in unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!

Crazy.  How about straight to the gallows after the confession and re-enactment.  Grant her one last swinging selfie.

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30 minutes ago, Moti24 said:

"Police will later be presented at Khon Kaen Court to seek the court’s approval for their detention pending further investigation."

 

 They have already admitted their guilt!  Why does the court need to approve their detention!  

 

****in unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!

Because that is the Thai law!

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5 hours ago, newatthis said:

Wanna go to the movies, dear? No, let's go and watch the live stage show happening down the road.

What stage show?  You know the girls that cut the bar girl in half, and then chopped her up in a few more pieces.  Oh yea, they were hot right?  I'd do them.  OK, let's go!

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I am glad to read that they strangled the bar girl to death before cutting her in half. Circumstances in the car could have been that the victim threatened them all with death if she (the victim) lived thru 'this'. At the time 'this' was just a beating for revenge but after the 3 perps were threatened with death then they were just protecting themselves by killing the victim. The big problem they have is that they cut the victim in half.

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What a pitty, I missed it. Arrived in KK at 10h today :tongue:

Did they have a dummy to saw? :sleep:

These reenactment shows are hideous.

 

With that news, my wife tends to make strange jokes:

Are you afraid of "such" girls now? :shock1:

 

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