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Thailand Video News | Thai TikTok star accused of coercing women into illegal abortions, teens surrender after brutal attack on bomb-throwing 15 year old


In Thailand Video News, Alex brings you the stories sweeping the nation. A Thai TikTok star has been accused of coercing women into illegal abortions after unprotected sex and Deputy Police Chief General ‘Big Joke’ has been dismissed after a unanimous vote. Teens have surrendered to police after brutally attacking a 15 year old who threw a homemade bomb at them and stray dogs have massacred 70 fighting cocks worth approximately 60,000 baht. An arrest warrant has been issued for political activist Parit Chiwarak, while a Ratchaburi Bitcoin mining operation has been shut down for illegally using state electricity. $100 million which was allegedly embezzled from Malaysia’s 1MDB fund is being returned today and Former Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has declared he is planning to run for the Senate at the next mid-term election.

Thai TikTok star accused of coercing women into illegal abortions

A Thai TikTok star, Dong, is accused of coercing women into unprotected sex, illegal abortions, and refusing responsibility. An 18-year-old victim, AE, disclosed her ordeal, revealing Dong’s pattern of pressuring women into abortions, some resulting in suicide. Dong’s mother blamed the victims. AE, after becoming pregnant, was coerced by Dong into an illegal abortion, experiencing severe pain and complications. Dong abandoned AE and continued his abusive behavior with other women. Multiple victims shared similar experiences, leading AE to expose Dong and report him for statutory rape. Dong’s mother retaliated by accusing AE of defamation.

Big Joke gets the boot

The Police Commission unanimously voted to dismiss Deputy Police Chief Pol Gen Surachate ‘Big Joke’ Hakparn, following Acting National Police Chief Pol Gen Kitrat Phanphet’s removal order. This decision came after a two-hour discussion prompted by the Council of State questioning the legitimacy of Surachate’s dismissal. Surachate, accused of money laundering linked to the BNK Master online gambling network, appealed to National Police Chief Pol Gen Torsak Sukvimol to overturn the April 18th dismissal order. Surachate plans to fight for reinstatement and has threatened legal action against key figures if not reinstated. The decision will likely lead to further developments in the police department.

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Teens surrender after brutal attack on bomb-throwing 15 year old

A group of teenagers involved in a brutal attack on a bomb-throwing 15-year-old surrendered to police in Bua Yai, Nakhon Ratchasima. The incident left the victim with severe head and wrist injuries. A 16-year-old boy, the son of a local assistant village leader, and his family turned themselves in after police pressure. The conflict reportedly began when the victim threw a homemade bomb at the group, which failed to detonate, leading to the attack. The incident has raised concerns about youth violence and the role of social media in escalating conflicts. The victim faces a long recovery, highlighting the need for measures to prevent such violence.

Stray dogs kill 70 fighting cocks at Thai farm

A devastating incident occurred at a cockfighting farm in Pak Chong, Nakhon Ratchasima, where stray dogs killed 70 fighting cocks, resulting in a 60,000 baht loss. The farm owner, Nonthawat Konsungnoen, discovered the attack early this morning. The three stray dogs had been abandoned by their previous owner who moved away. Nonthawat urged the former owner to take responsibility. To mitigate the losses, he plans to distribute the surviving chickens to villagers for family meals. This incident highlights the serious consequences of pet abandonment, impacting both community members and the animals.

Arrest warrant issued for political activist Parit Chiwarak

The Criminal Court has issued an arrest warrant for political activist Parit Chiwarak, also known as Penguin, after he failed to appear for a ruling in a lese majeste case. Parit, facing around 24 charges under Section 112 of the Criminal Code, is currently out on bail. The charges stem from Facebook posts in July 2021 deemed threatening to the monarchy. He also faces charges under the Computer Crime Act. The court rescheduled his ruling to July 31. This case is part of a broader crackdown on political dissent in Thailand, with numerous individuals facing similar charges since the Free Youth protests began in 2020.


Illegal Bitcoin mining operation raided for using state electricity

Police and Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) officials raided an illegal Bitcoin mining operation in Ratchaburi, using state electricity and causing monthly losses of 10 million baht. The raid, conducted under a search warrant, found over 700 mining rigs, though only 59 were seized as evidence. The operation, run by Minor Union Company, showed irregular electricity usage. The factory, housing numerous mining rigs and converted shipping containers, had tampered electricity meters. Preliminary investigations estimate the seized equipment’s value at 5.9 million baht. The company faces charges for electricity theft and misuse of public resources, with further investigations ongoing.

$100M assets linked to 1MDB to be returned to Malaysia

The US Justice Department has reached an agreement with fugitive financier Jho Low to return over $100 million allegedly embezzled from Malaysia’s 1MDB fund. This includes the liquidation of artworks by Andy Warhol and Claude Monet and a luxury flat in Paris, with assets worth $67 million being released to Malaysia. Low, who remains at large, is accused of being at the center of the 1MDB scandal, where over $4.5 billion was allegedly stolen. The agreement also involves coordinating with foreign countries to return additional assets held abroad. This will supplement the $1.4 billion already recovered with US assistance.

Former Philippine president Duterte plans to run for Senate

Former Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte plans to run for the Senate in next year’s mid-term elections, as announced by his daughter, Vice President Sara Duterte. Despite declaring his retirement from politics in 2022, Duterte has reconsidered. Sara Duterte also revealed that her two brothers plan to run in the elections, and she intends to return to Davao city to run for mayor again. Her brother, Sebastian Duterte, aims for the presidency in 2028. The Duterte family has faced political tension with President Marcos Jr., especially over issues like China’s territorial disputes. Sara recently resigned from her posts as education secretary and head of an anti-insurgency body, indicating strains in their political alliance.

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