Woman complains police didn’t pursue rape case for 5 months

A girl brought her lawyer to the Klong Tan Police Station after waiting 5 months for a response to her reporting an alleged rape at a party in Klong Toei in August. The incident took place in the Bangkok district at a resort the place the 27 12 months outdated Thai lady was employed to be a bartender.
The lady said she was hired together with two different ladies they deemed “entertainment women” to work at a celebration from 10 pm to 4 am with 5 males. She mentioned she didn’t know the other ladies concerned and that she was paid three,500 baht for the occasion. The Thai girl defined she had been working in a pub however, since all nightlife venues have been closed for almost a year as a end result of Covid-19, she has appeared for different work and freelance gigs such as mixing drinks at events like this.
The woman recounted that around midnight that night time two males, age 36 and 37 who she named, proceeded to rape her in the toilets. She reported the crime to the police on August 17 however for five months now she has seen no motion on the case.
The police say that rape checks given on the hospital when the incident was reported have been inconclusive and that condoms found at the scene were tested for DNA however didn’t fit the men that she accused of raping her, so the case stalled. Police did not provide any information on some other potential proof, witnesses, or interrogations.
According to the lady and her lawyer, she was discouraged from pursuing any expenses. Myths says police advised her to drop the case and not to seek justice towards her alleged attackers. Her lawyer confirmed chats made through the LINE app claiming the chats introduced proof that friends of accused rapists had provided to pay the woman 20,000 baht in hush money if she dropped the case and did not pursue it..

Leave a Comment