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Revolver riddle, random temple attack, genital savagery

Wongsatorn’s revolver was found on the right side of his body.

Mystery in abandoned house

A Bangkok mother says her 16-year-old son may have been murdered rather than falling victim to a game of Russian roulette as his teen mates claim.

Waraporn Tumgen has cast doubt on police testimony given by six teens who witnessed his death. “Our family would like the police to consider all options, and not rule anything out,” she said.

Wongsatorn ‘Bee’ Tumgen

Her son, Wongsatorn “Bee” Tumgen, died from a single shot to the right side of his neck at an abandoned house in Nong Chok district on Jan 2. His friends, who had been hanging about the house all day, smoking cannabis and playing music, say Bee turned up about 11pm to…

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