Friday, March 14, 2014

Custodial dad "warned" for imprisoning, beating 2- and 4-year-old daughters (Sattahip, Thailand)

This is typical of the abuser daddy coddling seen everywhere in the world.

1) Despite the fact that the police themselves found the children locked alone in a filthy home calling out for food through a grate, they claim they don't have enough "evidence" to press charges. Bull crap. You have the evidence right there. Typical in that when fathers abuse the kids, authorities are always claiming there is no "evidence" when it is staring them right in the face.

2) But then the police contradict themselves and say the offenses are not "serious enough" to press charges. Which is it? No evidence or not serious enough?

3) Notice the excuses made for this POS. We can excuse this treatment because the poor dear is "overworked"? Bullsh**.

4) Notice how the comments about the mother go unchallenged. If this man was capable of doing this to little girls, what was he capable of and/or willing to do to their mother? But we're just going to accept Daddy's word that she left on her own accord. I sincerely doubt it. First of all, it would be useful to confirm that she is even alive and/or not "missing" under suspicious circumstances. Second, if she is alive, maybe you could get her side of the story? Chances are very high she was pushed out by ongoing violence against her and/or death threats.

5) Even the neighbors were afraid of this guy? This should tell you something. But of course, that is ignored as well.

Dad is identified as AKACHAI SORNSURIYA.

Father warned for allegedly locking up, beating children

Friday, 14 March 2014

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By Patcharapol Panrak

A Sattahip car mechanic detained for imprisoning and beating his toddler daughters with coat hangers was set free by Sattahip police, apparently for lack of evidence.

Akachai Sornsuriya, 24, was taken into custody briefly March 4 after police rescued his 2- and 4-year-old girls from their filthy Sukhumvit Soi 3 home. The door was locked and windows barred by iron grates. The girls called desperately for food through the grating, which barred entry into a house strewn with garbage and spoiled food.

Police found the 2- and 4-year-old girls alone, inside their filthy Sukhumvit Soi 3 home.Police found the 2- and 4-year-old girls alone, inside their filthy Sukhumvit Soi 3 home. Police game them bananas and sweets and called a district medical practitioner who examined their many bruises.

Somrak Charoensuk said Akachai’s ex-wife had left him with the children shortly after the youngest’s birth. Overworked by job and parental responsibilities, he left them locked up while away and, annoyed by their crying upon his return, allegedly beat them into silence with coat hangers.

Neighbors reported hearing their screams from houses away, but feared interfering, other than to sneak them food.

Over the protests of neighbors, police released Akachai with only a warning, claiming that his offenses were not serious enough to be considered child abuse. If the incidents continued, however, he would be arrested and charged, police warned.