RINJ: Child Rape In Thailand

Thailand has a horrible track record for dealing with rapists. It’s a global centre for the child sex trade. People caught and convicted of rape offences, once arrested and sentenced, usually get pardoned and released from jail. And when they get out, they commit the crime again and again to the point that judicial power in Thailand is no longer sacred.

 

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The July 2014 rape and murder of a girl, 13, on a Thai train sparks calls for capital punishment for rapists.Nong-Kaem-RINJ-Foundation

An initial forensic test found that the girl died of suffocation before being thrown out of the train. She had been raped.

This child was raped aboard a train and then tossed overboard to her death.

Thailand has a horrible track record for dealing with rapists. It’s a global centre for the child sex trade. People caught and convicted of rape offences, once arrested and sentenced, usually get pardoned and released from jail. And when they get out, they commit the crime again and again to the point that judicial power in Thailand is no longer sacred.

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There is an empty desk at  Nong Kaem’s school today.

Her rapist murdered her to cover his tracks no doubt.

Rapists are power and control freaks. They need to be incarcerated in max-secure prisons for life. No more sentence reduction, parole or pardon. Life.  There are many tears for Nong Kaem. Wanchai Saengkhao who raped and killed Nong stole her back pack and cell phone.

 

He sold her cell phone for money. Saengkhao said he strangled her until she passed out and then raped her. He said that she regained consciousness during the horrific attack, but he strangled her again. He took her iPhone and iPad before pushing her body out of the train window. He kept her backpack.

 

Many people want this scumbag dead. Prison is where he should be. For all his life he needs to be worried if the next cell-mate has a thirteen-year-old sister or daughter. In Thailand there is an abundance of rapists and child-sex-traders. Wanchai Saengkhao’s incarceration barely makes a dent in the problem but unless Wanchai Saengkhao is put in jail for life, how many more rapes will he commit? 20? 30? 40? More? That’s what we know about rapists. Few men rape but those that do rape often.

 

 

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