Father addicted to methamphetamine stepdaughter molested for many years, real mother understands until the child is pregnant Relatives call the police

Nakhon Phanom – An amphetamine addict father raped his stepdaughter at the age of 8 for almost 10 years without anyone helping. Finally, a 16-year-old child was pregnant until he gave birth to a child aged 2 months. Relatives could not stand it, Ro called the police to arrest him. and provincial justice rut to help

Today (30 September) Ms Natthaphat Yongchaiyudh, the Deputy Minister for Justice, together with Acting Lieutenant Pichet Kaewchinda, Justice of Nakhon Phanom Province, Ms Suphannee Srisuphat Rights and Freedoms and Protection Officer Lt. Col. Tharapong Phuthinwe, Investigating Inspector at Phon Sawan Police Station, Nakhon Phanom Province, Lt. Lt. Acting Siripong Chaiphan, Chief Minister of Administrative Organization of Na Khamin Sub-District, Phon Sawan District, Mrs Sivaphon Senchanthichai Chai The head of Ban Kham Tia Yai, Na Khamin Sub-District, together with relevant officials village community leader Go to the area to check to help Nong Tum (pseudonym) 16 years old, victim of a horny stepfather who has been forced to rape since the age of 8, suffering for many years. because there is a real mother Person who is sympathetic and protective of helping to become a victim of sexual abuse for her stepfather. because husband and wife became slaves to methamphetamine

Until last July, the break Because Nong Tum, currently 16 years old, pregnant and giving birth to a daughter, now 2 months, relatives unbearable, so they coordinate with the police and justice agencies to prosecute the law.

By last July Pol Lt. Col. Tharaphong to the area to lead the investigation team to prosecute the stepfather, Mr Inpon Kitipong, 51, a villager in Kham Tia Yai, Na Khamin Sub-district, Phon Sawan District, Nakhon Phanom Province, on three serious charges ■ The crime of using drugs, methamphetamine type 1, including rape of a child under 13, who is not his wife. or their husbands by threatening in any way by using disorder and indecent acts to children under the age of 13, with or without consent.

He is also suing her mother, Mrs Supanni Pansiti, 47, for taking methamphetamine. and possession of type 1 amphetamines for sale Both couples are currently being held at Nakhon Phanom Central Prison. Awaiting the decision of the Nakhon Phanom Provincial Court.

Reporters reported that Miss Natthaphat Bring relevant officers to the area to help with livelihoods. including helping legal cases Currently, Nong Tum lives in a raised wooden house. old dilapidated condition The wall is made of zinc. including old wood The bathroom is not closed yet. make enough to use no electricity including no water supply system Water must be used in the creek near the house.

They also have to look after their children alone. having to bring water for the child to drink to sustain life only having relatives and villagers who take care and help according to the condition

After the stepfather and mother were in prison Nong Tum had to stop studying because she had to take care of her children. and who have psychological problems Initially, relevant agencies Including local community leaders have established a fund to open an account for donations from philanthropists. You can ask for details and donate to help at Phon Sawan Branch savings bank account, account number 020-3995-3237-1 account name donation Fund to help Nong Tum, Na Khamin Sub-district, For inquiries, call 06-3531-9726 Ms Sivaporn Senchantchaichai Head of Kham Tia Yai Village

Ms revealed Natthaphat that After receiving news from relevant agencies including local community leaders So coordinate to the area to help the younger family who have been victims of the stepfather’s sexuality for more than 10 years, with the real mother as protection, by sympathized and forced the girl to be raped. until she became pregnant and gave birth to a child and also forced to use methamphetamine Fortunately, the children refused, their relatives, and community leaders coordinated with the police to prosecute the law. and was arrested and sued by the real stepfather and mother for drug related behavior

Ms Natthaphat said From the investigation, it was revealed that the children who were originally attacked had 3 brothers or sisters, all of them girls. the victim is the middle man The eldest went to work and had a family. The victim and the youngest left to live with her mother. And the stepfather in the other house, no one to look after him until the incident happened. until relatives know the stepfather’s behavior And the girl was pregnant for around 5-6 months, so we coordinated to ask for help from the relevant agencies until the child is born and taken to look after homes’ the children and the family. social development and human security providing support including agencies protecting rights and freedoms Provincial Justice takes care of all aspects and provides preliminary compensation

Ms Natthaphat said The most important thing is the accommodation. Living conditions Cooperation must be received from the public and private sectors Therefore the establishment of a donation fund was coordinated to help raise money for home improvement. A baby born around 2 months needs to be looked after. including the future of the youngest sister who is studying

“This type of problem is considered that society must help each other. and build immunity to society with justice agencies to take care and support able to contact for help in every state In such cases, the police and relevant agencies will coordinate to prosecute the perpetrators to the fullest extent. and taking care of the quality of life of the younger ones so that it does not affect the mental state in the future,” said Ms Natthapat.

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