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28 March 2014 :: 17:03:41 pm 83504

3 Thai Suspects Arrested For The Killing Of 2 Indonesian Soldiers

Thai police have arrested 3 Thai boat crew members in connection of killing 2 Indonesian soldiers. They told police that their boat Captain told them to do it and they did not know they were soldiers because they weren't wearing uniforms.
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BANGKOK -March 27,2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol.Lt.Gen. Jaktip Chaijinda the assistant of the Royal Thai Police commander, filed a warrant for the arrest of Mr.Seeprai Suwannaprapa, 41 years old, Mr.Suriwong Chueahorm, 37 years old, and Mr.Sorasit So-in, 36 years old, with the evidence of a hammer and a knife on there boat. The 3, they confessed that they had beaten the 2 Indonesia soldiers but they didn’t know they were soldiers because they weren’t wearing uniforms.. Even though they had confessed the police had to wait for more evidence especially the body of the deceased, and wait for the command of the general prosecutor office for this case procedure, and for the renaming 5 crews members who expected to be caught soon.

Mr.Heru Wijaksono, the grand consulate of the republic of Indonesia, to Songkhla, who had taken charge of this case thanked the police for solving the case which lead to the arrests, and hoped that the remaining members will would be brought to justice in the very near future.

The impact from this case has caused the fisheries Association of Thailand, and Indonesia to tighten all the regulations on the fishing boats that operate in Indonesia waters.

The seafood processing industry enterprises in Songkhla province demanded the government to speed up the solution. If the case is prolonged, it would occur broader impact, of seafood prices rising 20-30 percent .

Photo : Internet   Category : Thailand News

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