Friday, September 8, 2017

9/08/2017 04:33:00 PM
Police have called for the public to show sympathy for a girl who was allegedly gang-raped several times last year. 

AFTER THE KNOWLEDGE OF A GANG RAPE, THE TOURISM OF PHANG NGA IS DONE.



“As you follow news, members of media and the public should sympathise and empathise with the girl,” Phang Nga’s police chief Pol Maj General Boontawee Toraksa said Thursday.

He said police were in the process of gathering evidence to seek arrest warrants for the suspected rapists. 



“If you have evidence or information useful for the investigation, please come forward,” Boontawee said.

The alleged victim, now 15, is reportedly traumatised and emotionally fragile. The sexual crimes against her allegedly took place in a small village in Phang Nga’s Takua Thung district. 



A 17-year-old girl who identified her as another victim has denied being sexually assaulted.

The older girl’s testimony has led to speculation that the rape claim might have been fabricated.

Arunroj Sudenson, an imam at the village where the crimes allegedly took place, said officials should determine if the girl’s mother and stepfather had abused or manipulated the child.

AFTER THE KNOWLEDGE OF A GANG RAPE, THE TOURISM OF PHANG NGA IS DONE.


People who are dependent on tourists in their south-facing village Takuatung in Phang Nga complain that "14-year-old girl" has been known to be raped by 40 local-living men.

The boaters are bored on the side of Koh Raet waiting for visitors, but there is no one to see, the area is avoided as if malaria prevails.

The proprietors in the rural picturesque Phu Yai Ban area try to make known in a variety of ways that it is absolutely safe for them and that one can have confidence in the area.



While the victim persists in her claim that repeatedly raped at the time her parents had to resort to a rubber plant to get rice, it has now been shown that influential figures are involved in this case.


The locals must now lack what others have on their stick. They would like the journalists to continue writing positive about their recreation area, but i know how terrible it was.

"PREVIOUSLY, THERE ARE NO TOURIST TO SEE"

Khun Chaliaw Roin told our reporters that he usually shows a beautiful environment on a weekday day, various tourists with his boats, bringing him 500-600 baht every day. Now he has nothing.



Phu Yai Ban village's youngest, Khun Saman Chonkhaet, said that in his village there were forty families with a total of 180 people, the majority of his townmates are dependent on tourism and that he does not know whether the survival of Phu Yai Ban is still Guaranteed, after all, Thai people sell immediately if there is no Bath to earn.

Police investigation is still in progress.

Credits: Sanook

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