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Samui prison chief fears suspects in the Koh Tao murders may commit suicide

According to reports the prison chief in Koh Samui has instructed the inmates at his jail to monitor Saw and Win, the two suspects in the Koh Tao murder case, as he is afraid that they might commit suicide. He told reporters that the pair have been showing signs of stress and feels that they might be feeling guilty for the crimes that they have committed.

Win and Saw were arrested last week accused of killing Hannah Witheridge 23, and David Miller,24 on the 15th of September in Koh Tao, they have been charged with premeditated murder and could face execution if found guilty.

According to chief of Koh Samui District Prison Chanin Liangsuwan, the men are being held in a cell with other inmates, but he made a point of mentioning that the wardens are doing their best to keep a watchful eye on the them and said he had instructed prison officials to be extremely mindful of the two suspects safety, he went on to say that the two are a special case due to the severity of the charges and even the food that they eat is carefully checked to prevent incidents. It has also been reported that he said he wanted to set up CCTV and guards to monitor their safety while they sleep.



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