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  • Thailand News

    Lethal liaisons: Alleged Thai cyanide serial killer and accomplices charged in deadly plot

    The alleged Thai cyanide serial killer and her associates have been officially charged in connection with a series of poisonous murders. Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, her ex-husband 39 year old Police Lieutenant Colonel Withoon Rangsiwuthaporn, and the alleged killer’s 35 year old lawyer Thanicha Aeksuwannawat have also been indicted. All three, now in the dock, face accusations of attempted murder and…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer loses baby in prison, lawyer plans legal action

    The Thai cyanide serial killer lost her baby last week during imprisonment in the Central Women’s Correction Institution. The killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, reportedly displayed no signs of emotion or disappointment. Sararat’s lawyer is preparing to take legal action against the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, and his team for putting too much…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer: Big Joke hands over case reports

    Deputy national police chief Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn announced today that the case reports against the alleged Thai cyanide serial killer Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn will be presented to prosecutors this week. Big Joke made the statement during a visit to the Correctional Institution for Women in Bangkok’s Bang Khen area, where Sararat is currently detained. Sararat is facing additional charges,…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer faces highest number of charges in Thai history

    The Thai cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, faces 80 charges for the murders of 14 victims and the attempted murder of one surviving victim. This makes her the criminal with the highest number of charges in Thai history. The Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, today confirmed that the number of victims of…

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    Lawyer denies aiding Thai cyanide serial killer in evidence concealment

    Thannicha Aeksuwannawat, the lawyer of Thai cyanide serial killer Sararat Rangsiwuthaporn denied charges of assisting her client in destroying or concealing evidence. Thannicha reported to the Crime Suppression Division’s head office yesterday to face charges of aiding another person in evading punishment or receiving a reduced penalty by destroying or concealing evidence of crimes, in violation of Section 184. After two…

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    Deceased police officer potentially 16th victim of Thai cyanide serial killer

    A shocking revelation has emerged in the case of the notorious Thai cyanide serial killer as a relative of a police officer who passed away three years ago claims that the deceased might be the killer’s 16th victim. This suspicion arises from the fact that the officer had a meeting with the alleged murderer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, shortly before suffering…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer reveals cyanide source, x-husband implicated

    The Thai cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, yesterday made a shocking confession to investigating officers that she obtained the poison from her now-dead ex-husband. While Sararat has yet to confess to any murders, she did acknowledge giving cyanide to her late husband, Suttisak “Dae” Poonkwan, as well as one of the victims, Siriporn “Koy” Khanwong. Police Officer Namkiat Theerarojanapong…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer claims 15th victim, confirms RTP deputy commissioner

    The Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, today confirmed that the number of victims of the Thai cyanide serial killer increased from 14 to 15. Big Joke added that officers are now investigating 78 million baht found in the bank accounts of the cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, and 12 other people. The…

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    Thai cyanide serial killer found support from police officer, says Big Joke

    The Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police (RTP), Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn, confirmed that a police officer supported the Thai cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, in her dastardly deeds. Big Joke did not reveal the identity of the officer but said an arrest warrant would be issued within two days. The serial killer’s ex-husband, a deputy superintendent of…

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    Mother believes daughter is 15th victim of Thai cyanide serial killer

    A 64 year old woman from Kamphaeng Phet province, who believes her daughter is the 15th cyanide-poisoning victim of Sararat Rangsiwuthaporn, also known as the Thai cyanide serial killer, met with Crime Suppression Division (CSD) police investigators yesterday, stated a police source. The woman responded to a letter from the police and reported to the deputy national police chief’s team…

  • World News

    Another victim similar to Thai cyanide serial killer case

    Another victim has emerged in a case similar to that of the “Thai cyanide serial killer” incident in Khun Han district, Sisaket Province. The deceased, Nittaya, aged 36, who had previously worked as a share farmer in Nakhon Pathom, reportedly died suddenly of heart failure. A reporter travelled to a house in Khun Han district, Sisaket Province, to investigate the…

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    Thailand’s cyanide serial killer claims another life, 14 victims so far

    The Police Forensic Science Office has announced today that the number of victims of the Thai cyanide serial killer has risen to 14, with 13 fatalities. Of the 13 murdered victims, one person managed to survive after being poisoned by Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn. Police officers added they discovered cyanide substances in Am’s car. Yesterday, the Police Forensic Science Office discovered…

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    Sister act: Thai woman suspected of poisoning her husband

    A Thai woman called upon the Thai authorities to conduct a further investigation into the death of her older brother after suspecting his wife of poisoning him in the Isaan province of Mahasarakham. The owner of a Thai massage training centre, 44 year old Pichit “Ton” Kleepjinda, died on April 16 outside the family home in the Mahasarakham province. The…

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    Cyanide murder mastermind loses defamation case

    The Criminal Court has dismissed a defamation lawsuit filed by Sararat Rangsivuthaphan, known as Am, the alleged mastermind behind several murder cases involving cyanide, against Rapee Chumnanruen, who coordinated on behalf of the victims. The court’s decision came after evidence was presented proving Rapee’s statements made during a television interview about Am’s deception of authorities were true. Am’s lawyer, Thanicha…

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    Thai actress among 31 charged over illicit cyanide procurement

    Deputy National Police General Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn revealed that 31 individuals, including renowned Thai actress Preechaya “Ice” Phongthananikorn, are set to be summoned by the police next week. They are to face charges of allegedly procuring cyanide for illicit purposes. The charges were initiated by the Department of Industrial Works (DIW), which lodged complaints with the Crime Suppression Division…

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    Thailand’s cyanide serial murders: Company to face prosecution for illegal import and resale

    Following the shocking cyanide serial murders in Thailand, authorities have announced their intention to prosecute a company involved in the illicit importation and resale of cyanide to retailers. The police officially confirmed that the Thai cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, claimed a total of 15 victims, tragically resulting in the loss of 14 lives due to the deadly toxin.…

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    Lawyer of cyanide serial killer accused of hiding and damaging evidence

    Thannicha “Patch” Ek-suwannawat, the lawyer representing the Thai cyanide serial killer, is facing allegations of hiding and damaging crucial evidence. Despite being summoned, Patch has not responded and instead intends to file a complaint against the police. Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, the cyanide serial killer, has yet to confess to her alleged crimes, despite compelling evidence against her. Investigators have uncovered…

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    Gambling addiction may have motivated Thai cyanide poisonings

    The police investigation into the case of “Thai cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” on social media, has revealed that severe gambling addiction may have been a driving factor behind her alleged poisoning of 14 individuals. The investigation uncovered that 78 million baht had passed through the suspect’s bank accounts, with some of the money being transferred to proxy accounts set…

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    Cyanide serial killer’s sister-in-law questioned for possessing victim’s assets

    The Royal Thai Police (RTP) summoned and questioned the sister-in-law and younger brother of the cyanide serial killer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, after her sister-in-law was found to have a designer bag and mobile phone belonging to her latest victim. The Thai cyanide serial killer is currently imprisoned at the Central Women Correctional Institution in Bangkok after being accused of taking…

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    Thai actress cleared of wrongdoing after buying cyanide to kill lizards

    The Royal Thai Police found nothing criminal about a famous Thai actress’ online purchase of cyanide after calling her in for questioning last week, deputy national police chief Surachate “Big Joke” Hakparn said yesterday. Preechaya “Ice” Pongthananikorn wept during an interview as she apologised for ordering cyanide without a permit on April 25 for a price of 3,132 baht –…

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    Key witnesses summoned as suspected cyanide serial killer faces 10 arrest warrants

    Authorities are keeping a close eye on the investigation, as they interrogate three key witnesses in the case surrounding the suspected cyanide serial killer Sararat ‘Am’ Rangsiwuthaporn. In addition, police have requested additional arrest warrants for Sararat, bringing the total number of arrest warrants to ten. The deputy director in charge of the investigation stated that today (Sunday) that investigators…

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    Suspected cyanide killer’s money trail leads to more potential victims

    The suspected cyanide killer’s money trail has led police to believe that there might be more victims. A comprehensive investigation into the finances of 36 year old Sararat ‘Am’ Rangsiwuthaporn, led the police to believe that around 20 people might have died, after transferring large sums of money to her in the past two years. Following the suspect’s money trail,…

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    Prosecutor reveals cyanide serial killer is guilty, but will avoid execution due to pregnancy

    A leading prosecutor revealed that the Thai cyanide serial killer criminal is indeed guilty, but will escape the death penalty due to clear law stating that pregnant women cannot be executed. Sanook reported this development on the case today. Yesterday, a chief prosecutor, Prawet Intharachumnum, spoke about the case of Sararat ‘Am’ Rangsiwuthaporn, who was accused in a case involving the…

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    Coordinator of cyanide victims gives police more info on deaths

    A coordinator for the victims of the ‘Thai cyanide serial killer’ case, Ropi Chumnarue, has met with police to provide information about the circumstances surrounding the death of a woman named Koi, who is believed to be connected to the case. Chumnarue has claimed to have evidence supporting his claims, Sanook reported this morning. This includes CCTV footage of Sararat…

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    Suspected serial killer arrested for the deaths of 8 victims

    Suspected serial killer Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, believed to be responsible for the deaths of eight victims, was arrested by Police yesterday. The suspect, Am, denied all allegations, despite the mountain of evidence provided by the victims’ relatives. The arrest of Am was made following the death of Siriporn “Koy” Khanwong on Friday, April 14. Koy collapsed and died while releasing…

  • Environment News

    Thailand’s wildlife is thriving in shutdown, but maybe not for long

    by Ben Schaye There have been a lot of viral news stories going around Thailand the last few weeks about the way wildlife is rebounding while humans are all hunkered down at home under Covid-19 lockdown. Dugongs (sea cows) have been seen frolicking off the coast of Trang, a pod of false killer whales appeared near Koh Lanta, and endangered leatherback…

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    Indonesian shamans scam victims with ‘magic money’ schemes, face murder charges

    Shamans posing as spiritual figures in Indonesia have swindled fearful citizens out of their life’s savings, leaving them destitute and shamed. Scammers promising to turn small investments into substantial riches have been widely circulated on social media sites like Facebook, reaching over 1.4 million viewers. This has led to a rise in fraudulent activities involving shamans which, in turn, has…