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CIB Report Clears Abuse Allegations in Pol Cpl Rattapong’s Training Death Due to Health Issues

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The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) has concluded that the officer who died during a rigorous special training program was not a victim of physical abuse. Instead, the unfortunate event was attributed to existing health problems. The verdict comes in the wake of accusations made on a Facebook page, alleging that Pol Cpl Rattapong succumbed to kidney failure and heat stroke during an intense drill by the Special Service Division (SSD). The post further speculated that the officer’s body was returned to his family in Lamphun without an autopsy under instructions from his commander.

The social media claims didn’t stop there; it was also suggested that the SSD commander had brushed off ordering a fact-finding investigation and allowed the training to continue unabated, with the officer’s death shrouded in silence. The post painted a disturbing picture, stating, “Officers planning to quit the training would be physically assaulted, beaten, kicked, and severely stomped on.”

However, Deputy CIB Chief, Pol Maj Gen Phumin Phumphanmuang, stated a different narrative. Following an inquiry helmed by CIB commander Pol Lt Gen Jirabhop Bhuridej, it was discovered that the deceased officer, Pol Cpl Rattapong, had previously attempted to complete an anti-terrorism training program at the Naresuan Camp but had failed due to kidney issues.

Driven by sheer determination, Pol Cpl Rattapong enrolled in a special operation course under the police commando unit. According to Pol Maj Gen Phumin, there was no evidence to suggest that Pol Cpl Rattapong was subjected to physical abuse or beatings by his drill instructors during this time.

The reality seemed far grimmer than the rumors. Pol Cpl Rattapong was rushed to Pak Kret Hospital for treatment related to his ongoing health issues before being transferred to the Police General Hospital. Despite receiving medical attention, his condition deteriorated, and he remained hospitalized for about a week before he sadly passed away.

This revelation intertwines the tragic personal determination of a brave officer with the systemic rigor of law enforcement training, albeit clouded with speculation and rumor. As the truth unfolds, it paints a story far more complex than a sensational social media post can convey.


  1. Joe June 12, 2024

    Sounds like a convenient cover-up to me. How often do pre-existing conditions just magically become fatal during intense training?

    • Skeptical_Pete June 12, 2024

      Right? They always blame health issues to deflect from possible misconduct. How about a thorough investigation?

      • Emily W. June 12, 2024

        I’m not sure it’s fair to jump to conclusions without evidence. The article does mention a prior history of kidney issues.

      • Joe June 12, 2024

        Prior history or not, the conditions in such training are brutal. They should have monitors for health.

    • Objective_Ollie June 12, 2024

      The CIB conducted an investigation. It’s not like they’re some amateur sleuths; they’re professionals.

      • Conspiracy_Theory_Gary June 12, 2024

        And who polices the police? Of course, they’d protect their own.

  2. Tina G. June 12, 2024

    The determination of Pol Cpl Rattapong is admirable but it seems like the system failed him.

    • Franklin June 12, 2024

      Yes, but you can’t overlook personal responsibility. He knew his health situation.

  3. Mike1986 June 12, 2024

    Special operations training is hardcore, it’s not for everyone. It’s sad but maybe this was just his time.

  4. Hannah Lee June 12, 2024

    Whether or not there’s abuse, the training protocol itself sounds so dangerous! Can we talk about that?

    • Brave_Heart92 June 12, 2024

      Dangerous, yes, but necessary. These officers face life-and-death situations daily.

    • ConcernedCitizen June 12, 2024

      There’s a balance to be struck. Safety procedures exist for a reason.

  5. Larry Davis June 12, 2024

    The fact that he tried to complete training before and failed should have been a red flag. Perhaps a desk job was more appropriate.

    • Trained_Vet June 12, 2024

      Quitting isn’t in their nature. They push to the limits. Desk job? Ridiculous.

      • Larry D. June 12, 2024

        It’s not ridicule, it’s pragmatism. Sometimes bravery is knowing your limits.

      • Emma P. June 12, 2024

        And sometimes it’s about pushing those limits, even if it costs you.

  6. TheProfessor June 12, 2024

    When does determination become recklessness? This is a tragic example of just that.

    • HistoryBuff June 12, 2024

      History is full of heroes who were seen as reckless in their time. That’s how legends are made.

  7. SocialMediaQueen June 12, 2024

    Another example of fake news and rumors causing complications. People should stop spreading unverified details.

    • Debunker_Dave June 12, 2024

      Agree. While there’s corruption, not everything is a conspiracy.

    • Truth_Seeker June 12, 2024

      But without rumors, some truths might never come to light.

  8. John Smith June 12, 2024

    This is why autopsies are mandatory. Why wasn’t one done immediately?

    • Law&OrderFan June 12, 2024

      Perhaps there were procedural errors, but these need addressing too.

  9. Grower134 June 12, 2024

    Heartbreaking. The Commander’s likely trying to cover up their incompetence.

    • PracticalPaul June 12, 2024

      Or maybe just following procedures as best they can under the circumstances?

  10. Jane Goodwin June 12, 2024

    I hope this tragedy leads to better health checks before intensive training.

    • Bill June 12, 2024

      Agree, it’s essential we value lives as much as we value training.

  11. KidKool June 12, 2024

    So they’re basically saying nothing went wrong? Feels fishy.

  12. Amanda S. June 12, 2024

    Such a tragic story. My thoughts go out to his family.

  13. Jackson June 12, 2024

    Why didn’t they stop the training as soon as he showed health problems?

    • Sarah L. June 12, 2024

      Great point! Early intervention could’ve saved him.

  14. Patriot_Tom June 12, 2024

    Classic case of too much government bureaucracy failing brave individuals.

  15. Olivia H. June 12, 2024

    This is why transparency in law enforcement is so critical.

    • Mark77 June 12, 2024

      Transparency doesn’t always equal safety, but it’s a good start.

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