The police in Thailand have arrested an HIV-infected soldier allegedly shocked and raped over 70 teenage boys.
Police said in a statement that they received a complaint that the suspect uses fake social media profiles on Facebook and the gay blues app Blued to gain the confidence of his victim so that they would send him nude pictures before he agreed to meet him. When they found out he was not the one he pretended to be online, he would threaten to make his naked pictures public if they refused to have sex with him.
Police Lt Col Nacharot Kaewpetch said the police discovered drugs to treat HIV when arrested the 43-year-old suspected Sgt. May. Jakkrit Khomsing, home on Wednesday in the northeastern province of Khon Kaen. They said the test confirmed that he was infected with HIV.
So far, the police have decided that Jakkrit had more than 70 victims between 13 and 18 years.
"Even if the suspect is a soldier, this behavior – and I have heard with Army Commanders – is a personal matter, not an organizational," says Surachate Hakparn, Director General of Police.
The police said they broadened the investigation and tried to contact other victims who did not submit fees.
The police have so far accused Jakkrit of six crimes, including sex with a minor under 15 years with or without consent, punishable by 4 to 20 years in prison. indecent attack on a minor under 15 years using threats, punishable by up to 10 years in prison; Separate a minor under 15 years from their parents for no reason, punishable by 3-15 years in prison; extortion, punishable by up to 3 years imprisonment and force minors to conduct unsuitable actions, punishable by up to three months in prison.
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