Private Dies After Senior Soldiers Beat Him Into Coma

Private Dies After Senior Soldiers Beat Him Into Coma

By Asaree Thaitrakulpanich, Staff Reporter

 

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Kacha Pacha holding his child. Photo: Boy Krungkao / Facebook

 

LOPBURI — A young soldier died Friday morning after spending weeks in a coma from being beaten senseless at his post. Police said the assaulters will be charged with murder.

 

Pvt. Kacha Pacha, 22, died among mourning family members, after he was assaulted by three senior soldiers, including Lt. Col. Monchai Yimyoo on Aug. 21. He was declared brain dead Aug. 24.

 

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