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04 December 2012 :: 14:12:01 pm 69096

Surin Man Survives Hanging Ordered By Ex-Boss

A Surin truck driver was taken away to kill by group of men who tied a rope around his neck and threw him off a bridge over a busy highway. But the rope broke and the victim rolled to hide on the side of road. He told police the murder was ordered by his ex-boss, who had accused him of stealing.
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SRIRACHA – December 2, 2012 [Pattaya Daily News]: the police of Sriracha police station received a report from local people that they had seen several men throw the body of a man from a bridge bypass, and they did not know the man’s fate.

A police team rushed to inspect at scene with the rescue officer of Sawangprateepthammasathan Sriracha foundation and police team. The incident occurred at the bridge route bypass 36 Chonburi-Rayong Moo 11 Tambon Bangphra, Amphur Sriracha, Chonburi province.

At the scene, officers found only a nylon rope tied to the handrail of the bridge. The end of the dangling rope was torn. When the officers looked below the bridge, there were many cars and trucks continuously rushing past with frightening speed and noise.

Witnesses told police that the man had fallen down to the middle of the road below. But he rolled his body to hide on the side of the road, and had barely survived by avoiding being hit by the cars and trucks. Then the man ran away into the grass forest on the side of the road.

The police and the rescue officers mobilized forces to find the man. When the man realized there were police looking for him, he crept out of the grass forest to ask for assistance. The man identified himself as Mr. Prasart Sattaboot, age 29, from Tambon Kokklang, Amphur Prasart, Surin province.

He had suffered a broken left leg, and had wounds in his right leg and head. There were bruises all over his body from being beaten severely. The rescue officer rushed to send the man to Somdej Na Sriracha hospital urgently. Before Mr. Prasart went into surgery, he told the police what happened.

At about 5 p.m., Mr. Prasart had been driving a tractor at work on the Sahaphat industrial estate. Then about 3-4 men drove up in a bronze-blue Mitsubishi pickup truck. But he could not remember the license number. The men parked the pickup truck beside Mr. Prasart. They used a chain to tie around his neck, and dragged him to get on the pickup truck and pushed his head down to the seat.

They took him to be detained at a house, where they kicked, punched, trampled and beat him. Then one of the men said to him, “You’re so bad luck that made the boss angry.”

The group of men detained Mr. Prasart in the room until late at night. Then the group of men came in and used the chain to tie around his neck, and dragged him to get on the pickup truck. After they had driven for approximately 20 minutes, one of the men asked Mr. Prasart where he wanted to be killed. “The boss said to throw you away in the reservoir,” the man said. “Where do you want to go? At Bangpakong or Bang Phra reservoir?”

So Mr. Prasart answered them to kill him at Bang Phra reservoir. So the group of men took him to Bang Phar reservoir. But when they arrived there, one of them went to check the place. He came back to tell his friends that this place is not suitable to kill Mr. Prasart because there is very little water. The men then took Mr. Prasart to many places, but they still could not find the place to kill him.

When they approached the bridge, however, one of the men said, “If we tied the rope around his neck on this bridge, and if he fell down to the road, the car will collide with him.” So the group of men drove to park on the middle of the bridge. They switched from the chain tied around Mr. Prasart’s neck with the nylon rope. They tied the other end of the rope to the handrail of the bridge.

Then the group of men carried the body of Mr. Prasart to throw off from the bridge cruelly. But fortunately that the nylon rope broke, and the body of Mr. Prasart fell on the middle of the road route bypass 36 Chonburi-Rayong.

Mr. Prasart rolled his body to hide on the side of the road and could survive from the car collisions barely. Then he ran away to hide in the grass forest on the side of the road.

When the group of men saw that Mr. Prasart still didn’t die, they hurried to drive the pickup truck to find him, but they could not find him. At that time there were a lot of cars passing by, so the men hurried to drive away and escape quickly. Meanwhile, the local people who saw the incident notified the police and the rescue officers to help the victim.

As for the reason the men tried to kill him, Mr. Prasart told police that he assumed that the cause is from a conflict between him and his ex-boss. Mr. Prasart explained that he had formerly worked as a delivery driver for a container truck company.

But the trouble began when Mr. Prasart was sent to the wrong place, and ended up delivering the container to the wrong company. So after much confusion, Mr. Prasart’s company eventually found and retrieved the lost container of goods.

But the owner of the company got so much angry, and he accused Mr. Prasart of intentionally making the delivery to the wrong place in order to steal the container. His angry boss asked Mr. Prasart if there were other people involved in the theft attempt. But Mr. Prasart denied the theft accusation, and repeated to his boss that he had been sent to the wrong company.

But the owner of the company didn’t listen to Mr. Prasart. So later he decided to resign. Mr. Prasart then applied for his current job driving the tractor, until he was taken away by the group of men to kill him.

After finishing their initial investigation, the police of Sriracha police station informed the Nong Kharm police station about the kidnapping and attempted murder of Mr. Prasart, since it occurred in their area of jurisdiction.

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