Jack The Ripper in Thailand Has Been Sentenced To Death

A Thai man known as the Jack the Ripper in Thailand has been sentenced to death.
In Khon Khaen, a province in northwestern (Isaan) Thailand, the court announced their decision regarding his fate. Somkid Poompunag, the convicted killer, was sentenced to death.
In 2005, Somkid killed five women, four masseuses, and a singer.
He would negotiate a sex payment with the women, and then he would drown or strangle them, and he would take their valuables. He did this because he didn’t like how they kept changing the price for the sex.
Originally, he was sentenced to life in prison. His sentence was reduced when he confessed to the police that he killed these women. The Department of Corrections released him in May 2019 on parole because they considered him to be a model prisoner.
He strangled a 51-year-old woman in Khon Khaen seven months later. Officials found her body with clear adhesive tape wrapped around her neck and phone charger cable tied around her ankles, according to the Bangkok Post.
Somkid was caught again in December 2019.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha knew about this case and asked the Justice Minister to review Thailand’s regulations on sentence reduction, especially for convicted killers.

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