Thai police arrested an HIV-infected soldier who was known to intimidate more than 70 teenage boys.
Police said in a statement that the suspects used fake social profiles on Facebook and that the homosexual dating app was blooming to gain the victims' trust. When he realizes that he is not the person who pretends to be online, he will threaten to reveal his nude photos if he threatens not to reveal his nude photos.
Lieutenant Nacharot Kaewpetch said police found drugs to treat HIV when he arrested a 43 – year – old suspect, Sgt. On Wednesday, Jakkrit Khomsing (Jakkrit Khomsing) in his home in the northeastern region of Kaon. They said the prosecutor confirmed that he was infected with HIV.
So far, police have ruled that Jakkrit has more than 70 victims between the ages of 13 and 18.
"The suspect is a soldier, but this behavior – I have consulted with the military commander – not an individual matter, but an organizational matter," said Surachate Hakparn, the police chief.
Police said they are trying to contact other victims who have not been charged with expanding the investigation.
Police have indicted Jack Creates for six crimes and have sex with minors under the age of 15, regardless of their consent. You can be sentenced to four to 20 years in prison. Assaulting a minor under age 15 using a threat that can be punished up to 10 years in prison; Minors under the age of 15 can be separated from their parents without cause and punished for 3-15 years in jail. Threats of up to three years in prison; You can be sentenced to up to three months' imprisonment forcing a minor to do unfair practices.
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