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4 Myanmar workers sentenced to 2-8 years for teen girl’s murder in Ranong

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Bang Non in Ranong District

Bang Non in Ranong District. Photo: Mozhar.


Four Myanmar migrant workers were handed down jail terms ranging from 2-8 years by the Ranong provincial court and Ranong juvenile court after they were found guilty of the murder of an 18-year-old Thai female student in Ranong three years ago.

The four Myanmar workers, including two youths, were accused of stabbing to death Ms Orawee Sampaothong, a Mathayom 6 school girl on September 18, 2015 as she was walking alone in a soi next to Saphan Phra monastery in Tambon Bang Rin, Muang district.

Full story: thaipbs.or.th

By Thai PBS


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