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Father Sentenced to Life in Prison for Raping His Young Daughter

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A 30-year-old father whose wife recently made headlines for allegedly murdering her father and cutting off his genitals was sentenced to life imprisonment for raping their 8-year-old daughter. The father, whose name was withheld, was taken from the Bangkok Remand Prison to the Criminal Court to hear judgement in the case.

He was arraigned on July 12 last year on charges of raping a child aged below 13. Regardless of whether she consented, and abusing his own offspring. Violations of Sections 277 and 285 of the Criminal Code.

He was convicted of raping the girl in April 2017 with use of force and intimidation. Saying he would kill his wife, the girl’s mother, if she told anyone.

The court was told he subsequently raped the girl again on two occasions – in June 2017 and September 2018. The offences occurred in Thung Song Hong of Bangkok’s Laksi district and in Muang district of Nonthaburi.

He pleaded not guilty for raping daughter

The Criminal Court found him guilty on four counts, each carrying 20 years in jail – a total of 80 years. The court then sentenced him to life imprisonment.

Thai media reported that the man was the husband of a 29-year-old woman who was arrested on charges of using a knife to kill her father, aged 58, and cut off his genitals at his house in Thung Song Hong area, Bangkok, on June 16 this year.

The woman told police she was stressed out, saying her father had physically abused her since she was a child. Worse still, her husband had raped their 8-year-old daughter, she said. That case is proceeding.

Woman Who Cut Off Her Fathers Genitals

A woman who allegedly murdered her father and cut off his genitals will be sent for mental illness evaluation at Galya Rajanagarindra Institute in Bangkok. She will be screened for mental illness because she has been incoherent, police said.
“I slept well last night and I want those in the child prostitution business to be punished. Covering evidence turns good guys bad,” was one of the statements Ms. Boonyada Chanchuang made on Thursday.
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olice from the Thung Song Hong police station said they hadn’t gained any useful information from the 29-year-old woman. Investigators have decided to send the woman off to the institute to check her mental condition.
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he suspect had initially been admitted to Srithanya Hospital, where doctors said her mental illness was not serious.Police found Ms. Boonyada , wandering the street at 2:30am yesterday along with the alleged knife that was used in the crime.58 year old Kasem Bunyachon was found dead, covered in blood after officers were notified of the murder in Lak Si district. The diseased man had wounds on his face and his genitals were removed.

Source: Bangkok Post