Deceased police officer potentially 16th victim of Thai cyanide serial killer

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A shocking revelation has emerged in the case of the notorious Thai cyanide serial killer as a relative of a police officer who passed away three years ago claims that the deceased might be the killer’s 16th victim. This suspicion arises from the fact that the officer had a meeting with the alleged murderer, Sararat “Am” Rangsiwuthaporn, shortly before suffering a fatal heart attack.

Sararat, the prime suspect in the cyanide poisoning spree, has been linked to 15 victims, with 14 of them tragically losing their lives. Her most recent target was Siriporn “Koy” Khanwong, a Thai woman who fell victim to the poison on April 14 of this year. The latest confirmed victim was identified as Monthathip, a 37 year old woman.

All the victims had close connections with Sararat, and a significant number were either police officers themselves or had ties to the…

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