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    Hi so spoilt child who has no self control.

    CRIME FORMER MISS THAILAND'S SON CHARGED

    Man rams car into bus passengers, killing one

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    A son of a former Miss Thailand winner has been charged with murder and attempted murder after he ran over several bus passengers with his car, killing one and injuring a number of others, following a quarrel with the bus driver on Wednesday night. Kanpithak Patchimsawat, 20-year-old son of Sawinee Pakaranang and Kan-anek Patchimsawat, accused Sathaporn Arunsiri, 37, the driver of bus No 513, of hitting his car while in the Asoke area.

    After a brief argument, both left the scene. When the bus stopped at a traffic light at Aree intersection near Sukhumvit Soi 26, Mr Kanpithak left the car to approach the bus driver. The driver then told passengers to leave the bus for another vehicle. Before they could be picked up, Mr Kanpithak got back into his car and rammed it into the waiting passengers. Three people were trapped under the car when it came to a stop.

    Eyewitnesses and other passengers tried to lift the Mercedes to free the victims, who were taken to Chulalongkorn Hospital. One victim, Saichon Luangsaeng, 42, was pronounced dead at the hospital yesterday while two others are being treated for serious injuries.

    The angry crowd then turned on Mr Kanpithak, assaulting him before police stepped in. He is being treated at Samitivej Hospital.

    Pol Lt-Gen Adisorn Nonsi, the metropolitan police chief, said police would treat all sides fairly. Mr Kanpitak is the nephew of Ukrit Patchimsawat, retired deputy police chief.

    Police are awaiting the results of an alcohol test and medical records of Mr Kanpithak, who was reportedly once treated at Galaya Rajanagarindra Institute and has a problem with self-control.

    The family of Mrs Saichon yesterday filed a complaint with police. Her daughter Sucheera Insuwan, 25, said the family wanted Mr Kanpithak prosecuted. Mrs Saichon, a financial officer of the state-run bus agency, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority, was among passengers waiting when the Mercedes hit her.

    Mr Kan-anek, father of Mr Kanpithak, says he will take all responsibility for what happened.

    The family agreed to pay compensation to the injured and the family of the dead victim.

    At a press conference, Mr Kan-anek and Mrs Sawinee, who are divorced, expressed regret.

    Mr Kanpithak had suffered from depression and his body would stiffen in a fit when enraged, his father said.
    His son would be ordained to make merit for the dead victim

    His son would be ordained to make merit for the dead victim OK thats will be alright then, Daddy will pay and he will became a monk for 10 mins

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    ^ exactly, bladdy sickening!

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    they should have let the crowd have him !!!

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    son of a previous police minister?? no low level cop is gonna risk allowing that!

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    Apparently (Thai TV) though this is the first time he's actually killed someone his family knew well enough that he's a danger to the public, so if Thai justice allows them to buy their way out I'd advise all in the queue to go for the jackpot, because they're as guilty as the nutter they let loose onto an unsuspecting public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrT View Post
    son of a previous police minister?? no low level cop is gonna risk allowing that!
    Mr Kanpitak is the nephew of Ukrit Patchimsawat, retired deputy police chief.

    Mr T, you need new spectacles mate !

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    His son would be ordained to make merit for the dead victim
    I think there's a typo here. What it should read is:

    His son will be incarcerated to make merit for the dead victim

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    what ? no jail time ?

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    no jail time if you have the money to buy out and the suck to go with it..

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    Man rams car into bus passengers, killing one
    6th July 2007
    BANGKOK POST REPORTERS

    A son of a former Miss Thailand winner has been charged with murder and attempted murder after he ran over several bus passengers with his car, killing one and injuring a number of others, following a quarrel with the bus driver on Wednesday night. Kanpithak Patchimsawat, 20-year-old son of Sawinee Pakaranang and Kan-anek Patchimsawat, accused Sathaporn Arunsiri, 37, the driver of bus No 513, of hitting his car while in the Asoke area.

    After a brief argument, both left the scene. When the bus stopped at a traffic light at Aree intersection near Sukhumvit Soi 26, Mr Kanpithak left the car to approach the bus driver. The driver then told passengers to leave the bus for another vehicle. Before they could be picked up, Mr Kanpithak got back into his car and rammed it into the waiting passengers. Three people were trapped under the car when it came to a stop.

    Eyewitnesses and other passengers tried to lift the Mercedes to free the victims, who were taken to Chulalongkorn Hospital. One victim, Saichon Luangsaeng, 42, was pronounced dead at the hospital yesterday while two others are being treated for serious injuries.

    The angry crowd then turned on Mr Kanpithak, assaulting him before police stepped in. He is being treated at Samitivej Hospital.

    Pol Lt-Gen Adisorn Nonsi, the metropolitan police chief, said police would treat all sides fairly. Mr Kanpitak is the nephew of Ukrit Patchimsawat, retired deputy police chief.

    Police are awaiting the results of an alcohol test and medical records of Mr Kanpithak, who was reportedly once treated at Galaya Rajanagarindra Institute and has a problem with self-control.

    The family of Mrs Saichon yesterday filed a complaint with police. Her daughter Sucheera Insuwan, 25, said the family wanted Mr Kanpithak prosecuted. Mrs Saichon, a financial officer of the state-run bus agency, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority, was among passengers waiting when the Mercedes hit her.

    Mr Kan-anek, father of Mr Kanpithak, says he will take all responsibility for what happened.

    The family agreed to pay compensation to the injured and the family of the dead victim.

    At a press conference, Mr Kan-anek and Mrs Sawinee, who are divorced, expressed regret.

    Mr Kanpithak had suffered from depression and his body would stiffen in a fit when enraged, his father said.

    His son would be ordained to make merit for the dead victim.

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    ^ thanks for posting an incredibly similar version of the OP but with miniscule differences but apparently different enough for some folks to post shite that looks like it was deleted anyway story again!
    Last edited by Spin; 07-07-2007 at 12:19 AM.

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    The only phycological problem this kid has is he is a spoilt brat that at the age of 20 can still throw a temper tantrum of a 2-3 year old. His parents should be held accountable, yes, his father for not disaplining his child and his mother for not popping her tit out of the kids mouth and babying him all of his life. Making merit as a monk, well, religion to hi so thais proves convinent when in times of trouble, but that's about the only time you will see these people really have faith in their religion to get themselves out of the shit and showing face. Should this boy go to jail. In a heart beat i say. If a Tuk-Tuk driver can be charged for neglejent driving because he happened to be driving down the oppisite side of the road when a circus performor lost controll of his motorbike and crashed and rolled onto the oppisite side of the road and was hit and killed by an oncomming verhicle comming from the oppisite direction, then i think some spoilt little brat who has no respect for any one or any thing should be charged with not only murder, but pre-meditated murder, pre-meditated manslarter, assualt, premeditated assault, indagering a public officer, murder of a pubic officer and dirupting the flow of traffic. Theres my 2 Bahts worth. lets have some feed back.

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    The spoilt little brat should be put in a room with the victims family.See how much self control he has then.twat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
    The spoilt little brat should be put in a room with the victims family.See how much self control he has then.twat!
    Spot on

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    ^^ & ^have to agree with that.

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    If you're wondering where your post went - that was me. Want to mess around, go to below the line. This end up stays sort of serious.

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    The concept of unbalanced scales in the so-called justice system never ceases to amaze me. This kid murders folks & can pay a penalty & walk away scot free. This place is sick, big time.

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    ^got to agree 100%.As much as I like Thailand,storys like this really,really piss me off.makes me remember what a third world banana republic it really is here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackgang
    Mr Kanpithak had suffered from depression and his body would stiffen in a fit when enraged
    pop him in a padded cell and toss him some lithium each day. Thats the sensible solution me thinks.

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    Nothing will happen to him and there will be no justice (unless he gets accidentally run over on his way to the temple, of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hootad Binky
    (unless he gets accidentally run over on his way to the temple, of course)
    Now, there's an idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterpan View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by mrT View Post
    son of a previous police minister?? no low level cop is gonna risk allowing that!
    Mr Kanpitak is the nephew of Ukrit Patchimsawat, retired deputy police chief.

    Mr T, you need new spectacles mate !
    son nephew, police minister deputy police chief, it all same same.

    = get off scott free! cvnt!

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    Father accuses bus stop 'mob' of attacking his road rage son

    Father accuses bus stop 'mob' of attacking his road rage son

    The father of a man who rammed his Mercedes into a crowd at a bus stop on Wednesday night, killing one person and injuring several others, has threatened to file charges against bystanders who allegedly physically attacked his son and his car. Kan-anek Patchimsawat, father of Mr Kanpithak, 20, said he could not allow ''mob rule to be above the rule of law''.

    He went on television yesterday to try and defend his son, saying he was suffering from stress and was ''sick'' and unaware of what he was doing at the time. The bus passengers, he said, had no right to assault his son.
    Mr Kanpithak drove his car into a crowd of people in an apparent rage after having an argument with a bus driver he had accused of hitting his Mercedes. Mr Kanpithak is the son of former Miss Thailand Sawinee Pakaranang and nephew of retired deputy police chief Ukrit Patchimsawat and comes from a very wealthy and influential family.


    He has been charged with murder and attempted murder following Wednesday night's incident.
    During a television interview yesterday morning, his father named Somjit Kaewkla, the bus conductor, as one of the attackers. He said he learned from his son that the woman damaged his car and tried to pull him from the vehicle.
    Mr Kanpithak remained sitting in his car as people tried to free three people who were wedged under the large sedan.
    Mr Kan-anek refuted Ms Somjit's statement to police that accused his son of faking illness after the incident, saying ''she lied.'' He also branded her an ''ill-educated'' person.
    According to the young man's father, Mr Kanpithak, who is being treated at Samitivej Hospital, was suffering from stress, had bruises to his body and had had a ''brain haemorrhage''. He is also unable to move his arms and legs, Mr Kan-anek said.
    He said his son was unaware of what he did and blamed ''illness'' as the cause. It was reported that Mr Kanpithak had previously received treatment at the Galaya Rajanagarindra Institute, a renowned psychiatric hospital.
    The father claimed he rushed to hospital to calm his son down after he made a phone call saying he wanted to die.
    He also dismissed speculation that his son would eventually walk free from the case because of his wealth.
    ''If he hadn't been treated at the [Galaya Rajanagarindra] institute, he would go to jail,'' he said, adding that the family was awaiting medical records from the doctor who treated him.
    Mr Kan-anek said he was also waiting for a list of the dead and injured victims from the police and that he would offer compensation. Police said they would issue a warrant for the arrest of Mr Kanpithak if he did not show up for questioning within the next few days.

    Bangkok Post

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    These people are farcking mad - strewth.


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    Illness my crack..spoiled little fcuk threw a hissy fit and the usually mob mentality sorted him out...
    will probably spend 3 months "recovering" in some private hospital and be sent to visit relatives in china or some shit.

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