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Convicted murderers who killed Brit couple in Thailand AVOID dying penalty as sentences ‘quietly overturned’

Convicted murderers who killed Brit couple in Thailand AVOID death penalty as sentences ‘quietly overturned’


THE devastated daughter of the british couple murdered in Thailand stated their killer will now not face the dying penalty.

Millionaire businessman Alan Hogg, 64, and his spouse Nhot Suddaen, 61 had been brutally murdered at their mansion in northern Thailand.

Alan Hogg, 64, and his spouse Nhot Suddaen, 61 had been killed by Nhot’s brother
 Pictured is Alan's brother-in-law Warut Satchakit, who is accused of orchestrating the killings - and bludgeoning his own sister to death
Pictured is Alan’s brother-in-law Warut Satchakit, who’s accused of orchestrating the killings – and bludgeoning his personal sister to dying

The couple had been killed by Nhot’s brother, Warut Rattanasajjakit, 64, who had fallen out with the couple over cash.

Alan was killed by a shotgun close to his swimming pool on their 32-acres of land, whereas Nhot was bludgeoned to dying with a automobile wrench within the storage.

Their our bodies had been found after they had been buried within the backyard of the Phrae property.

Robyn Hogg, 33, expressed her anger over the choice to overturn the killers’ dying sentences.

Robyn, a businesswoman from Glasgow, instructed the Each day Document: “It’s troublesome. We’re not completely satisfied about it.”

She claimed the household are getting blended messages from Thai courts.

“We don’t know if it’s one sentence or all of the sentences.

“I’m instructed we’ve time to attraction.”

It’s troublesome. We’re not completely satisfied about it.


Robyn Hogg

Robyn’s uncle paid 50,000 baht (£1,200) for 2 hitmen Kittipong ­Kamwan, 25, and Phia Kamsai, 64, to assist him kill the couple in 2018.

Rattanasajjakit was stated to be jealous of the couple’s luxurious life-style and their enormous property – whereas he lived in a picket hut subsequent door.

Alan’s physique was discovered dumped in a 6-ft deep gap behind a duck pond.

When the couple went lacking, cops despatched sniffer canines to the property to look the land.

Police stated Warut was “offended and resentful” at being instructed off by Alan for always asking to borrow cash.

Warut and the hitmen had been discovered responsible of premeditated homicide and sentenced to dying by deadly injection.


Sima Uppamun, 60, who acted as an ‘agent’ to assist Warut with the plan, was jailed for 25 years.

A International, Commonwealth & Improvement Workplace spokesman stated: “We proceed to assist the household of a British couple who died in Thailand in 2018 and our employees are involved with the native authorities.”

 One of the three alleged killers, believed to be Phia Kamsai, is seen grinning in this photo taken at the crime scene in September 2018
One of many hitmen laughed after being caught
 The couple's bodies were found buried two metres under the ground
The couple’s our bodies had been discovered buried two metres below the bottom
 Police gather at the scene where the bodies were found
Police collect on the scene the place the our bodies had been discovered
 Warut Satchakit, 63, at the time of his arrest
Warut Satchakit, 63, on the time of his arrest
 Fellow suspect Kittipong Kamwan, 24, arrives at the police station
Fellow suspect Kittipong Kamwan, 24, when he arrived on the police station
 Alan and his wife Nott on their wedding day
Alan and his spouse Nott on their wedding ceremony day
 The couple, pictured, were killed by Nott's brother and two hired killers after he became resentful of their wealth, cops say
The couple, pictured, had been killed by Nott’s brother and two employed killers after he grew to become resentful of their wealth, cops say