Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Parents of alleged killers take the case to Attorney General


The parents of the two Myanmar nationals detained for allegedly murdering two British tourists on Koh Tao last month on Tuesday submitted a petition to Office of the Attorney General, insisting that their sons had no part with the killings.

Deputy spokesman Kosonwat Inthujanyong received he petition and talked to the parents.

The father of one of the suspects said that he visited and talked to his son and was very unhappy because both strongly denied any involvement with the case. They also claimed that they were assaulted during interrogation and made to confess.

The parents then left the Attorney General office to hand over the petition to National Human Rights Commission.

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