Polish men attack Cambodian woman with acid, knife and hammer in Thailand

A young Cambodian woman says she was brutally attacked by Polish men in Chon Buri province in eastern Thailand. The attackers slashed her with a knife, beat her with a hammer, and threw acid on her face, body, and genitals, leaving her dripping with blood and in need of 260 stitches.

Yesterday, the Secretary-General of the People’s Advocacy Team Foundation Sitra Bia Kordkerd – known as “Lawyer Tam” – posted a photo of a Cambodian woman online.

According to the post, the woman – a young freelance artist – went to lawyer Tam for help after she was brutally assaulted in a forest near an abandoned house in Pattaya‘s Naklua area in Nong Prue subdistrict, Bang Lamung district, Chon Buri province on November 1, 2022.

In full: https://thethaiger.com/hot-news/crime/polish-men-attack-cambodian-woman-with-acid-knife-and-hammer-in-thailand

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