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10 November 2009 :: 15:11:57 pm 8481

Further Arrests Made On Huay Yai Gang Rapists

Police from the Huay Yai district police station have arrested 4 more of the accused Huay Yai gang members in relation to the rape of a 16 year old college student. Also the officers in charge of the case have obtained authorisation from the courts to apprehend a further 11 more of the suspected rapists.
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Pattaya, 9th of November 2009 (PDN): Following up from the 3 previous arrests police Lieutenant General Phaksuwat Chomthanon announced that on the 9th of November, two further arrests were made from warrants, in relation to the rape of Bee (fake name) aged 16. It is now believed that up to 50 youths could possibly have been involved in the case, rather than the previously mentioned number of 23.

Police have also stated that in addition to these two new arrests, two other members from the gang involved had voluntarily surrendered themselves to police, and were subsequently arrested later that same day. The 7 boys that have been arrested to date are being charged with forcing a minor between the ages of 10 and 18 into performing evil acts, as well as the charge of taking a minor between the ages of15 and 18 away from parental supervision (without permission), with the intent of performing evil acts.

The two arrested gang members; Rat (fake name) aged 16 and Keng (fake name) aged 18, both admitted to having taken part in the suspected rape of a minor. Both teen have now been placed in police custody awaiting further interview by detectives.

One of the teens who had voluntarily surrendered himself to police, Net (fake name) aged 18, admitted to officers that he was involved in the incident. He also stated that at no point did the 16 year old girl in the case appear worried or scared in any way, mentioning that she had invited them all to join in with the proceedings after previously having had sexual intercourse with one of his friends. The accused also stated to police that the number of men involved in the case was closer to 50 rather than the number which was previously reported.

The other teen that had surrendered himself to police explained that he had witnessed the events with the intention of taking part in proceedings, but due to the presence of so many of his friends he decided not to participate. Importantly stating that he to, did not feel that the victim was overly bothered by the amount of people she was having sex with at one time.

Police were then taken to the scene of the crime by the two surrendered teens at approximately 3:30pm on the 9th of November. The two boys were asked to roughly recreate the events surrounding the case. They showed the police where the supposed rape had taken place, and also pointed out where the 50 men had roughly been positioned during proceedings.

In addition to these new arrests, police have filed for a further 6 warrants to be issued allowing them to arrest yet more of the gang of youths involved in the suspected rape. Police have also received information from 5 other families of the gang members, stating that they will surrender their sons to police once they have been found. At present the remaining accused are believed to be in hiding due to the increased attention surrounding their gang and the Huay Yai area. To date a total of 7 suspects are in police custody with a further 11 boys predicted to be arrested or surrendered within the next few days. Hopefully these new advancements are followed by further interviews and cross examinations, which will bring some much needed clarity to a very confusing case at present.

Reporter : Kampee   Photo : Kampee   Category : Crime News

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