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Pattaya Daily News

23 November 2009 :: 17:11:06 pm 8318

Another Eight Arrested In Huay-Yai Gang Rape Case

Another eight youths have been arrested by the Huay Yai police investigation unit in connection with the gang rape of a young lady. A further few members of the gang that raped the young female student in the forest at Huay Yai have been now arrested by the police after the terrible acts that they have committed.
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Pattaya, – Monday 23rd November 2009 [Pattaya Daily News]: – At 9.30 Police Lieutenant General Prakob Saengpring, who is the chief investigator of the Huay Yai Police, together with his team of inspectors, managed to catch another eight suspects of the recent rape of a 16 year old lady. This included the boyfriend of the girl at the time when the crimes occurred in the middle of the forest in Huay Yai. The police caught the offenders and brought them to the Huay Yai Police station for further questioning.

Mr. Wit (fake name) aged 18, (the boyfriend of the girl at the time of the offence), admitted that a group of 21-youths raped the girl one after another. He declared that he went as the last one and that after he brought the girl back to her apartment in Pattaya and the rest of the group went their different ways.

Lieutenant General Prakob Saengpring divulged that it has been confirmed that the group consisted of 21-young men and that they have done this kind of thing several times already, sometimes using guns or other weapons to force their victims to submit.

Police have asked for the rest of the gang to surrender themselves, as all of them are aged less than 20-years old, so by Thai law, this case will be open for the next 20-years, within which time they can always be arrested.

Reporter : Jirrawat   Photo : Jirrawat   Category : Crime News

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