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NAKHON SRI THAMMARAT: Mystery surrounds the murder of a who was discovered overwhelmed and stabbed to dying, his penis burnt to a crisp. The grisly murder was reported to Thung Yai District Police round daybreak on November 2. Arriving on the scene, in a rubber-tapping neighborhood in Tambon Prik, police led by Duty Inspector Pol Lt Col Leuachai Thongsin discovered the body of 31-year-old Wacharakorn Krainara in front of his home in Village 2. Clad in a purple shirt and black pants, the corpse was covered in deep slash marks. The sufferer appeared to have been overwhelmed with a blunt object. Police discovered a lit candle caught on his brow, along with extinguished candles in each ear and yet one more in his mouth. Ready of all was the victim’s penis, or what was left of it. His killers had used a rubber boot as gasoline for a fire to burn the sex organ. Police didn’t should travel far to discover a prime suspect. Right throughout the street from the homicide scene was the home of Rarn Klomsuk, quiet with doors shut and apparently unoccupied. When the owner returned a while later, police requested to go looking the home. There they found bloodstained clothes belonging to Rarn’s 30-year-old son, Preuksa. He was taken in for questioning, however denied involvement within the killing. Preuksa’s youthful brother, however, told police that he was house the night time earlier than when Preuksa returned home with three or 4 friends, all drunk. The group sat in a wong lao (“whisky circle”) and continued drinking at the residence. The youthful brother left the home for a quiet place to sleep. Returning the following morning, he found his neighbor’s lifeless body throughout the street. Pol Lt Col Nithitorn Tanserisakul, Deputy Superintendent of the Thung Yai Police, stated preliminary attempts to track down the opposite members of Preuksa’s wong lao had failed. Thung Yai Police Superintendent Pol Col Prasert Reeyaphan stated that Preuksa and his friends have been members of a gang of drug-addicted rubber tappers whose nefarious actions had been well-known to native police. He suspected that the group, engaged in a drug-f

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