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1st Aug, 2014 at 11:12am
 
http://www.chiangraitimes.com/laotian-girls-death-in-bangkok-sparks-outcry-in-la...

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Laotian Girl's Death in Bangkok Sparks Outcry in Lao's Social Media

The mystery surrounding the death of an 18-year-old Laotian girl falling to her death from an eight-storey apartment room  in Huey Kwang area in Bangkok on July 27  has sparked a public  outcry in Laos with widespread share of a post in the social media calling on the Thai police to treat the case same as they treated the Thai case.

The Laotian media also turned  its eyes on the news which was given less attention by the police to investigate and to bring the suspect or suspects for trial.

The poster "Lerdsal Janthien" wrote on his Facebook of the mysterious death of  the 18-year-old girl known only as "Nong Paeng" and showed  photos of the victim and her humble funeral in Savannakhet province of  Laos by in open ground last week.

He recalled the poor and grieved parents of Nong Paeng  had to borrow money from relatives to travel from Laos  to Bangkok to bring their daughter back  for funeral with no assistance from any Thai  agencies.

Since Nong Paeng was the only child who was the family's dependant, her loss had great impact on her two brothers who are still studying in Laos.

Lerdsal recalled the night of the incident saying the girl was staying with 4-5 friends at the apartment room when she received a mobile phone call from her Thai colleague known as "Kor" to see her.

She went out to meet him at another opposite room just because they were friend and colleague, while her Laotian  friends asked to go back to their  rooms at the same apartment.

He said 10 minutes later shouts were heard from a woman who later was identified as Kor's wife and also worked as cashier at the same place at a massage parlour as Nong Paeng.

The  wife entered the room where both her husband and Nong Paeng  were inside with a reserve key.

There was heated argument and curses were heard  and five minutes later, both Kor and his wife rushed out quickly.

Shortly afterwards apartment  guards alerted the police of a woman falling to her death from the eighth floor of the apartment.

Charity foundation workers arrived too late to save her life. They examined  the body while waiting for forensic police to inspect the  scene.

Nong Paeng's friends then recalled what happened to the police during the initial interrogation.

Kor and his wife returned to the police station to tell their own accounts of the story, claiming they did not know how she fell from the room. But they promised to pay 20,000-30,000 baht to help the victim’s family to arrange cremation.

The Laotian poster then questioned the poor attention to the case by the Thai police with call for them not to discriminate the case  as both  Laotians and Thais are human being who should be fairly treated.

He also said promise to pay her family by Mr Kor also was not heeded.

His post was widely shared in the social network with call for Thai police to treat the case with speed and divulge the truth behind her death.

Parent of Nong Paeng are also planning to petition with the Thai embassy in Vientiane to seek justice for their daughter.

Meanwhile Huey Kwang police investigator Pol Lt Sarut Kam-laor said said the girl, identified later as Miss Tai Daoheung, died from broken neck and back bone.

There were bruises on her right am and left leg.

There was no traces of fighting in the room where she was said to fall down from, except finger prints on the bars at the corridor, he said.

But he said her friends confirmed of hearing quarrels inside the room.

They also admitted to have some drinks before the girl would leave the room to see her Thai colleague.

He added that the case was still in process as the police have to await result from the forensic examinations in the room and finger prints before making  a conclusion of the exact cause of death.

The social network placed emphasis on murder rather than an accident.
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Reply #1 - 1st Aug, 2014 at 1:41pm
 
wow what a story. Things like this dont happen all the time but this is very serious. How can a person fall down 8 stories unless you are suicidal and want to fall to your death.
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Reply #2 - 2nd Aug, 2014 at 3:02pm
 
I smell cover up.
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Reply #3 - 3rd Aug, 2014 at 1:31pm
 
Of course it's a cover up. Thais don't care when a foreigner dies or gets hurt in their country. Europeans and Americans are always seen jumping off balconies. Thais just see Laos, Khmers, Burmese etc as 3rd world undesirables and migrant workers and could care less if they die. Don't think they will start investigating anytime soon.
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Reply #4 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 11:10am
 
18 year old Laotian girl, from Savannakhet, and working in Bangkok at a massage parlour.

She seems like a prostitute to me. Perhaps she made someone angry, her death was definitely not an accident.
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Reply #5 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 11:15am
 
Thais are driven by money and greed.Why else their country
would be known to the world as the 1# for Hooker.
They like to think that they are better then all the countries
that are surrounding em.But we all know the truth
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Reply #6 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 11:28am
 
If Thailand is number one, Laos isn't far off.

Elders tell me that in the old days, Thai girls used to come to work as prostitutes in Laos, now it's the opposite and Lao girls are crossing the border to Thailand.

The news of this death is nothing new. Thais kill each other every day, why would they care about Laotians? If they don't like you, they'll kill you. You hear of foreigners being stabbed or murdered all the time in Thailand.
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Reply #7 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 11:54am
 
Admin Saovaluck wrote on 4th Aug, 2014 at 11:28am:
If Thailand is number one, Laos isn't far off.

Elders tell me that in the old days, Thai girls used to come to work as prostitutes in Laos, now it's the opposite and Lao girls are crossing the border to Thailand.

The news of this death is nothing new. Thais kill each other every day, why would they care about Laotians? If they don't like you, they'll kill you. You hear of foreigners being stabbed or murdered all the time in Thailand.



True Admin, I think with $$ you can have anyone kill.
Plus if you have alot of money you can get away with killing
someone too. When i'm over there i try not to tic anybody off.lol
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Reply #8 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 12:55pm
 
You can't just kill people in Laos like that. That's one benefit to having a strict government I guess.
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Reply #9 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 2:18pm
 
More like corrupt goverment.From what i have heard anybody can be bought.
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Reply #10 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 2:40pm
 
28 Year Old Russian Woman Killed from Condo Fall in Bangkok.

Again and again.

My proposal is any developer must be required to put safety nest around any building more than 3 stories.

next time, I go there, i will book first floor room.  Grin Grin Grin
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Reply #11 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 3:26pm
 
It is really amazing how low the human species can go. A week doesn't go by in Pattaya that someone doesn't jump from an apartment or hotel. Stories abound of prostitutes showing up the homes of deceased foreigners and looting their possessions. Are these mafia types and low life prostitutes concerned about accruing bad karma or are most of them not really religious?
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Reply #12 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 3:29pm
 
I don't think they care.They just go to the temple and donate .Plus they prob ask for a blessing too.
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Reply #13 - 4th Aug, 2014 at 4:00pm
 
A tenet of Buddhism is to detach yourself from the rituals. This implies that you can't buy your way out of bad karma and it is true.
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Reply #14 - 5th Aug, 2014 at 11:20am
 
You sure bout that ? Heck alot of criminal donate to church too.I'm just saying .People that do bad thing just want to relive their conscience.So they go to the temple or church say alittle prayer and everything will be alright.
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