The conflict had been brewing for 7 months.
When: January 13th, 2021
Where: Lak Luk Ka district, Pathum Thani province
Perpetrators: 4 neighbors
Victim: Mother, 36
What: A 36 year old woman in the Lak Luk Ka district of Pathum Thani filed a complaint after four neighbors attacked her while she walked her daughter in her neighborhood. The neighbors slapped her face with a sandal so hard that it broke. The attack was caught on CCTV. The unnamed mother was suddenly attacked by two women while and they were joined by others.
The victim said that there had been ongoing conflict with the neighbors for over 7 months, but nothing physical up until this point. Every time her daughter would ride her bike, she was teased by other kids. The victim warned the bullies not to do that again and this provoked the parents of the neighbor kids. The neighbors then started the conflict with the victim. They’d often intimidate the victim and claimed they were not afraid of the police because they had relatives as prosecutors.
Police are looking to mediate the conflict between the two parties.
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My take: This is one of those situations that I hope is resolved through mediation and doesn’t escalate. After 7 months of this kind of behavior and escalating tension, things could get nasty. Especially when attacking somebody 4 on 1.
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