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Female Bangkok blast suspect urged not to return

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  14 Sep 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Bangkok, September 13: The family of Bangkok bombing suspect Wan Suansant has urged her not to return to Thailand, fearing she will be made a scapegoat by police. “Thai police are good at making a white goat to be a black goat,” Bangkok Post quoted Wan’s brother as saying on Sunday. The August 17 blast that took place at Erawan shrine has claimed at least 20 lives and left over 150 others injured.

“There is no way that my sister would be part of such an operation. I know how my sister is; she would never do that,” the suspect’s brother Icha Suansant said. Wan’s me was on the rental contract for the room where the bomb-making materials were discovered last month. Wan’s husband, Turkish tiol Emrah Davutoglu, is also a suspect in the bombing.

Icha had used the ‘Line’ chat application to talk to his sister for a short period after a warrant was issued for her arrest. But he said she has since deleted her account and was no longer in contact with her family.

Wan told the family that she gave her first me and telephone number, which police used as an evidence, to the mager of the apartment who contacted Wan to act as a reference for her husband’s friend, who wanted to rent the room but could not speak Thai. Wan had not given any other form of identification, such as passport or ID card number, to the apartment mager, said Icha. (IANS)

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