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"My mummy sold me for sex with an old man on the council" - teacher goes to Chonburi cops with 12 year old's school essay

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3 hours ago, nikotin said:

I get your opinion,but no matter how poor u are u just cant sell your children...sell yourself,sell drugs,rob a bank...etc....

 

But i agree that the thai government is not giving a shit bout its poor people on which backs this whole country stands!

I am not disagreeing with you, but there is always work for people in Thailand, though I accept that the majority of Thai people are greatly underpaid.

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2 hours ago, jimstar1 said:

Sick Mother <deleted>%%%% in this Country but he will get of scott freee   :stoner:

I doubt that, it's out there now, the work place and the teacher will do their bit.

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7 hours ago, webfact said:

Ban Bung police confirmed they are working on the case. A summons for the man at the local authority to appear for questioning on Wednesday was ignored.

 

They have now applied to the Chonburi provincial court for an arrest warrant for rape.

So basically they have done bugger all so far?

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33 minutes ago, possum1931 said:

I am not disagreeing with you, but there is always work for people in Thailand, though I accept that the majority of Thai people are greatly underpaid.

Yes the work is there but you can't live off of the wages. When the school term starts i see a lot of families in my village go to the pawn shop to pay for school fees, uniform etc. and there is always another surprise around the corner, just when i had finished paying everything for my son and step daughter up comes a demand for the school accident insurance, 4,000 Baht for each, 8,000 baht that's nearly a month wages here. Usually the wife works for a pittance in the village or on the land and the husband works elsewhere. Having said that it is disgusting that a mother would do that but there are also examples of that in the UK without the poverty.

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7 minutes ago, laocowboy2 said:

So basically they have done bugger all so far?

No, they have applied for an arrest warrant, the police have to abide by the law ( did i just write that)

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1 hour ago, soalbundy said:

Yes the work is there but you can't live off of the wages. When the school term starts i see a lot of families in my village go to the pawn shop to pay for school fees, uniform etc. and there is always another surprise around the corner, just when i had finished paying everything for my son and step daughter up comes a demand for the school accident insurance, 4,000 Baht for each, 8,000 baht that's nearly a month wages here. Usually the wife works for a pittance in the village or on the land and the husband works elsewhere. Having said that it is disgusting that a mother would do that but there are also examples of that in the UK without the poverty.

Good post, and I see exactly what you are saying.

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I thought the good generals had declared that trafficking had been ended. Oh, wait a minute, that was only the crossborder bit.

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8 hours ago, colinneil said:

Poor girl, having a disgusting piece of excrement for a mother.

How could any mother subject her own flesh and blood to such disgusting acts.

Again it is somebody in government involved, what is it with these disgusting pieces of scum, that they get p[leasure from raping young kids?

Reading this post makes me want to vomit.

You think he will be transferred to  an inactive post Col or is that dept full with other guys who broke the rules

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1 hour ago, soalbundy said:

Yes the work is there but you can't live off of the wages. When the school term starts i see a lot of families in my village go to the pawn shop to pay for school fees, uniform etc. and there is always another surprise around the corner, just when i had finished paying everything for my son and step daughter up comes a demand for the school accident insurance, 4,000 Baht for each, 8,000 baht that's nearly a month wages here. Usually the wife works for a pittance in the village or on the land and the husband works elsewhere. Having said that it is disgusting that a mother would do that but there are also examples of that in the UK without the poverty.

'When the school term starts i see a lot of families in my village go to the pawn shop to pay for school fees, uniform etc.' And then they go back to reclaim the pawned goods, to reuse the next time.

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2 minutes ago, Happyman58 said:

You think he will be transferred to  an inactive post Col or is that dept full with other guys who broke the rules

He's in government. Outside of the paedophilia, he no doubt already is inactive.

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Life in the 3rd world, the hub of child neglect, but on 300b or less a day what can you expect as the prices rise and the wages stagnate. Those with power have a lot to answer for and will one day

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8 hours ago, clockman said:

When you lift a stone in Thailand. Always something nasty!

A few years ago my daughter (a health official) uncovered a similar nasty event featuring an 8-year-old girl. That was in the UK. Not just Thailand.

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8 hours ago, Lammbock said:

I blame the Thai government. They do not support the poor people enough to live a decent life.

Great comment.......and so correct...no Thai government has ever supported the poor....and less so their victims.

Thailand has many horrendous tales similar to this.

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Sometimes Thai Culture is not what it looks like! 

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