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01 February 2014 :: 14:02:49 pm 81866

A Young Bank Clerk Stab His Father To Death

A young bank clerk stabbed his father to death in the middle of a road in Ta kam after his father had come to pick him up on his motorcycle. They argued about family problems which enraged his son causing him to stab his father.
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BANGKOK – Janurary 31,2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; At 11:30 , Pol.Lt.Col.Sakon Sriwakkapong, detective officer of Ta kam police station, was notifided that a man had been stabbed to death, on the top of soi, Bankhunthianchaitalay 9/1, Bangkhunthianchaitalay road, opposite the Esso gas pump, Samaedam, Bangkhunthiang, so he rushed to the scene with a medical team from Siriraj hospital, and Por Tek Tueng foundation. The scene was a 6-lane road and on the top left inbound lane they found the body of Mr.Amnuai Saesueng, who had been stabbed twice with a 4 inched long knife in the chest. The knife was on the floor next to the body. The man who committed the murder was waiting for the police his name was a Mr.Suthipong Saesueng, 25 years old, the son of the deceased.

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Upon questioning Mr.Sutthipong, he said that he is a bank clerk of Krungthai bank, Tesco, Bangkae branch,. Before it happened he told police that his father had come to pick him up to discuss his family issue, because his father always hurts his mother when he gets drunk. After riding for a short period their discussion got out of control so the son he slammed on the brakes causing the car behind to crash into them. The father was furious at him grabbed him around his neck which made his son furious who then took his knife out and stabbed his father twice in the chest causing his death. He waited for the police who arrested him for murder and sent him to be prosecuted further according to Thai law.

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