Another victim similar to Thai cyanide serial killer case

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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 home of Nittaya’s parents. The journalist met with Nittaya’s 17 year old daughter, who was talking with the young woman’s maternal aunt. The family presented photographs and Nittaya’s death certificate, which confirmed the cause of death as circulatory and respiratory system failure. The document noted the death occurred at 12pm on August 22, 2020, in a house in Pho Prueng Mado district, Nakhon Pathom Province.

Nittaya’s maternal aunt expressed her concerns about the unusual circumstances surrounding her niece’s death. Her body had turned purple, which was unlike the appearance of people who die of natural causes. The family called for the police and relevant government agencies to investigate Nittaya’s case in pursuit of justice.

Nittaya’s mother also conveyed her deep sorrow at her daughter’s sudden passing. Nittaya was instrumental in providing for her family, and her mother believes there was something unnatural about her death. Therefore, she sought the assistance of the police and relevant government agencies to re-examine the case.

The mother explained that her daughter’s death had similarities to other victims allegedly targeted by Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, involving cyanide poisoning that resulted in circulatory and respiratory system failures. Nittaya’s mother emphasised that her daughter was in good health and had never had a history of chronic or severe illnesses.

The family’s pleas for further investigation into Nittaya’s untimely and mysterious death have once again highlighted the concerning issue of victims potentially targeted by the infamous “Am Cyanide” poisonings. As the number of similar cases continues to rise, the need for a thorough investigation into this matter by the relevant authorities becomes even more critical. While the victims’ families search for answers and justice in the wake of their tragic and abrupt losses, they also hope that shedding light on these cases will prevent any further occurrence of such devastating incidents, reports Sanook.

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Samantha Rose

Samantha is an experienced real estate journalist who has been covering the market for over 7 years both in her native Ireland and here in Bangkok. She recently started covering other sectors including Thai News and Lifestyle at The Thaiger.