Two men from Burma convicted of killing two British backpackers on a Thai holiday island in 2014 submitted their final appeal on Monday against the death sentence.
As testimonies conclude, Win Zaw Htun claims he was sexually abused by Thai police officers and forced to confess.
Burmese suspect testifies he was handcuffed, had a bag placed over his head, and was beaten, before police threatened to extract his teeth with pliers.
Having seen the full report, the judge ruled that the interests of the police outweighed those of the suspects.
Defence lawyers in the trial of two Burmese men accused of killing two British backpackers on a Thai resort island last year said on Wednesday they would focus on the reliability of crucial DNA evidence. British tourists Hannah Witheridge, 23, and David Miller, 24, were killed last September. Their bodies were found on a beach …
Koh Samui court orders all remaining forensic evidence found at the crime scene, including a shovel, to be gathered for forensic retesting.