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14 February 2014 :: 07:02:38 am 82264

20 Senior Students Beat Younger Student Unconscious In Revenge Attack

A gang of almost 20 senior Matthayomsuksa 6 students of one well known secondary school in Sattahip attacked a younger Matthayomsuksa 5 student severely injuring him knocking him unconscious in a revenge attack on the final day of school.
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SATTAHIP – February 12, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 2.30 p.m. the journalist received complaint from Chief Petty Officer First Class (1 CPO) Suraphong belongs to the 1st Frigate fleet, Royal Thai Fleet, together with his wife named Mrs. Natechanok that their son named Mr. Netiphong aged 16, who is a secondary student of Matthayomsuksa 5 was assaulted at school by almost 20 senior students of Matthayomsuksa 6 injuring him severe to his head, face and body. He was rushed to the Queen Sirikit hospital, Amphur Sattahip, Chonburi province.

Upon questioning Mr. Netiphong (the victim) he told police that it was the last day of final exams and after the exams had finished he was walking across the football field when suddenly there was a senior student named Mr. Ice together and almost 20 of his friends, some of them were carrying pieces of wood. They then set about beating him up until he was knocked unconscious before fleeing the scene. When Mr. Netiphong regained consciousness he called his parents. He said that the cause of the attack was that in the past he had a conflict with Mr. Ice who seemed to pick on him for no reason which leads to them fighting so Mr. Netiphong avoided him as much as he could. But on the last day Mr. Ice the senior student would be leaving the school to go to university so he decided to beat him up one last time.

Mrs. Natechanok (the victim’s mother) said while crying that she was so sad that her son was assaulted so she would like the executives of school to be more strict in taking care of the students and should not neglect them letting such an incident occur in the educational institution. She confirmed that she will take action to prosecute them.

Initially, Mrs. Natechanok had taken her son to notify Pol.Lt. Yossaphan Rattanacharoenkhun (Investigation officer of Sattahip police station) about the incident arrest the group of attackers and to prosecute them all further according to the Thai law.

Reporter : Nattaphummint   Photo : Nattaphummint   Category : Community News

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