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8 hours ago, greenchair said:

They are in jail. They didn't appeal to the supreme court. They no longer protest their innocence.  the lawyers have all gone home. human rights groups have found truly innocent people .The press have moved on to worthier causes. All of the above have accepted this. 

Why can't you? ??

No need to answer that. 

when will they be executed?

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18 minutes ago, AGareth2 said:

when will they be executed?

Most likely they will not be executed. 

Usually the death sentence will recieve a pardon after 5 years. The sentence will convert to life. 20 years I think. 

After that they will recieve reductions for good behaviour. 

So probably they will do about 15 to 20 years. 

If they pled guilty from the start, they would have got an automatic life. They would have been out in about 10 years. 

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24 minutes ago, greenchair said:

Most likely they will not be executed. 

Usually the death sentence will recieve a pardon after 5 years. The sentence will convert to life. 20 years I think. 

After that they will recieve reductions for good behaviour. 

So probably they will do about 15 to 20 years. 

If they pled guilty from the start, they would have got an automatic life. They would have been out in about 10 years. 

if they committed the murders they should be executed

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16 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

if they committed the murders they should be executed

It's up to the courts. 

It may or may not happen. 

I don't think it will happen though. 

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11 hours ago, greenchair said:

It's up to the courts. 

It may or may not happen. 

I don't think it will happen though. 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capital_punishment_in_Thailand

 

The last time anybody was executed in Thailand was 2009.

 

In 1938, for example, convicts were executed using a single automatic rifle. In later years, the convicts were handcuffed to a cross and an executioner would fire a gun, once his supervisor gave the order. One particular convict, a woman who had organised a kidnapping, was put on the cross twice, because after the first shot, she was still alive.[4][5] In 2001 five convicts were executed by firing squad in a public execution, provoking strong criticism from human rights groups.[6]

In 2003 Thailand adopted lethal injection as the official method of execution.

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On 8/18/2017 at 10:48 PM, greenchair said:

They are in jail. They didn't appeal to the supreme court. They no longer protest their innocence.  the lawyers have all gone home. human rights groups have found truly innocent people .The press have moved on to worthier causes. All of the above have accepted this. 

Why can't you? ??

No need to answer that. 

I understand the appeal deadline has not yet passed , and lawyers will appeal on Monday

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On 8/5/2017 at 1:17 PM, Ludo55 said:

More to this than meets the eye!

 

OTT  in your ignorance.. Seeing how it's a 13 year old who's the victim any further guilt or responsibility would be on the adults involved.  

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2 hours ago, rockingrobin said:

I understand the appeal deadline has not yet passed , and lawyers will appeal on Monday

Well it was quoted in another paper, just the other week, that they would not appeal and the time has now passed. 

So I guess we'll know tomorrow rockin

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'child rapists'.....just cant get my head around that ; keep repeating: 'we are an advanced species...'

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