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Supreme Court upholds death sentences for 2 Myanmar men for Koh Tao murders

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Main entrance of the Supreme Court of Thailand. Photo: Wattana Songpetchmongkol.

The Thai Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the death sentences passed on a pair of Myanmar migrant workers for the murders of two British tourists on Koh Tao on September 15th, 2014.

The bodies of Hannah Witheridge, a university student from Hemsby and of David Miller, an engineering graduate from Jersey, were found on Koh Tao beach after being bludgeoned to death. A post-mortem examination showed Hannah had also been raped.

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By Thai PBS World

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