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Crime, Courts, Calamity

Bad things happen to good people; good things happen to bad people.

Writer Gets Suspended Sentence For Lese Majeste

(17 February) The Supreme Court found a 73 year old writer guilty of insulting the monarchy and handed him a suspended sentence of three years in prison.

Confessed Serial Child Rapist-Murderer Jailed For Life

BANGKOK — The Phra Khanong Provincial Court today sentenced a man accused of sexually assaulting and murdering a number of children to life in prison.

Rayong Man Suspected of Abducting, Killing Girl, 11

RAYONG — A man suspected of raping and killing an 11-year-old schoolgirl denied the allegations Thursday.

Failed Negotiations With Wife’s Lover Lead Man to Murder

About a month ago, Jeeradech Charoentut went to the man having sex with his wife with a simple request – please stop. The cuckolded 40-year-old was mortally offended by the man’s counter-offer: accept 200,000 baht to divorce your wife.

Robber of Two Chinese Tourists in Koh Samui Arrested: Police

SURAT THANI — A burglar who robbed and slashed two 26-year-old Chinese tourists in their room on Koh Samui island has been arrested, police say.

Shock and Anger on Koh Tao Over Murder of Two Britons

BANGKOK — Locals on the resort island of Koh Tao were left stunned by yesterday's grisly murder of two British tourists, as other foreign travelers reportedly leave the island in droves.

Blaze Tears Through Famous Border Market, Again

SA KAEO — A large fire burned through a famous sprawling border market near a popular land crossing into Cambodia in the early hours...

Who's Who in the Bangkok Bombing Investigation

BANGKOK — Rapid developments in the investigation into who bombed the Erawan Shrine have produced a flurry of leads. Here's a breakdown of what's known about the suspects to date.

Student Project Seeks More ‘Humane’ Design of Bangkok Prison

BANGKOK — A university is working with a prison to help tackle overcrowding and unhygienic conditions that have stalked the Thai corrections system for years.
The workers, right, during their arrest at a rented house in Ranong city on April 19, 2020.

Six Workers Arrested for Sneaking Back to Home Province

RANONG — Six people were arrested for breaking coronavirus quarantine rules and sneaking through checkpoints into a southern province under lockdown, local authorities said Monday.





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