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Thailand horrified after girl raped, thrown from train –

A Thai soldier stands guard as passengers travel in a train on the southern line to the town of Sungai Kolok, May 30, 2014.

They said he confessed to the crime after he was tracked down via his victim’s mobile phone. Wanchai sold the girl’s phone to a shop owner in Bangkok, who took a copy of his I.D. which was later passed to police. Police said Wanchai admitted carrying the sleeping child to another carriage where he raped and strangled her, before throwing her lifeless body out the window as the train passed through the Pranburi District in Prachuabkirikan Province. Wanchai has been charged with murder, rape of a child under 15 years old and theft, police said. He faces possible execution for the murder charge, but activists are using the case to call for tougher charges for child rape, which currently carries a jail term of four to 20 years and a fine of up to 40,000 baht ($1,200). Rage vented online Map of the train’s route Map of the train’s route The reaction on social media was swift and scathing as angry Thais bombarded Wanchai’s Facebook page with abusive messages. The page is no longer available. Junta leader, army chief General Prayuth Chan-ocha, expressed his sorrow, and the former transport minister, Chatchart Sitthipan, said he took the blame for failing to do more when he was in charge of the railway. “It is the worst news in many years for the State Railway of Thailand and the Ministry of Transport.

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