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28 May 2014 :: 14:05:05 pm 88282

5 Monks Arrested in Chiang Mai for Sexual Offences on Young Boys

The police in Chiang Mai and Lamphun provinces have arrested 5 monks who deceived young boys for their sexual pleasure.
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CHIANG MAI – May 27, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; Pol.Maj.Gen. Damrongsak Kittiprapas (Deputy Commissioner of Provincial Police Station, Section 5) made a statement about the arrest of 6 defendants that had committed a sexual offences on boys under the age of 15. All of the offenders were monks and 5 of them were the abbots of the well-known temples in Chiang Mai and Lamphun provinces that consisted of monk Theeradech Silatharo (the abbot of San Pa Sak temple, Amphur Mae Taeng), Phra Khru Palad Piak Ophaso (the abbot of Hua Fai temple, Amphur Mae Taeng), monk Saokaew Kianglah (the abbot of Booppharam temple, Amphur Mae Rim), monk Jamras Athimootto (the abbot of Tha Pha temple, Amphur Mae Taeng), Phra Khru Praphat Worrakarn (the abbot of Ku Pa La temple, Amphur Ban Thi, Lamphun province) and monk Chai or Mr. Thawatchai Moonpanan.
 

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They arrested the monks after a 14-year-old boy at Amphur Mae Taeng, Chiang Mai Province informed the police that he and his male friends were deceived by ex-Phra Chai or Mr. Thawatchai who sexually assaulted them.
 
Therefore, the officers arrested all of the defendants and searched in their parsonages where they found obscene CDs, male dildo’s that looked liked men’s sexual organs, also bottles of alcohol and lubrication gel was also found. The monks would deceived many boys, where they would rape them and rotate them around various temples where they would be raped by other monks in sexual parties . The monks were then sent to the police station to be prosecuted further according to Thai law and the case is now under further investigation to uncover the rest of the network that is involved so they can also be prosecuted.

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