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CIB Report: Pre-Existing Health Issues, Not Abuse, Led to Pol Cpl Rattapong’s Training Death

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The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) has concluded that a police officer who tragically passed away during special training was not a victim of physical abuse. Instead, his pre-existing health issues were determined to be the cause of his death. This conclusion comes after sensational claims were made on a Facebook page, which alleged that Pol Cpl Rattapong succumbed to kidney failure and heat stroke during a drill conducted by the Special Service Division (SSD).

The Facebook post stirred up a whirlwind of rumors, asserting that Rattapong’s body was returned to his family in Lamphun without an autopsy, supposedly on the orders of his commander. The post further criticized the SSD commander for allegedly not initiating a fact-finding probe, allowing the training to persist and keeping Rattapong’s death under wraps. Most alarmingly, the post claimed that officers contemplating quitting the training were savagely abused, facing beatings, kicks, and brutal stomping.

In response to these serious allegations, Deputy CIB chief Pol Maj Gen Phumin Phumphanmuang announced that CIB commander Pol Lt Gen Jirabhop Bhuridej had immediately ordered a thorough investigation into the incident. The probe revealed that the deceased officer, Pol Cpl Rattapong, had previously enrolled in anti-terrorism training at Naresuan Camp. Unfortunately, he couldn’t complete the training due to his kidney issues.

Motivated by a strong sense of determination, Rattapong signed up for a special operations course under the police commando unit. Pol Maj Gen Phumin emphasized that throughout his training, Rattapong was not subjected to any form of physical abuse or harsh treatment by his drill instructors.

It was confirmed that Rattapong was swiftly transported to Pak Kret Hospital for urgent medical care related to his known health problems when his condition deteriorated. He was subsequently transferred to the Police General Hospital, where he received continuous medical attention for about a week before he sadly passed away.


  1. AnnieB June 11, 2024

    This just seems like a cover-up! How can they justify no autopsy? Smells fishy to me.

    • Tom S. June 11, 2024

      Totally agree. With all the rumors, an autopsy should be standard procedure in such cases.

      • Ella M. June 11, 2024

        They probably wanted to avoid more scrutiny. The whole thing is sketchy.

      • AnnieB June 11, 2024

        Exactly! They’re hiding something, for sure.

    • official_guy June 11, 2024

      What’s fishy about it? The man had pre-existing conditions. It’s rare but possible to die during intense training.

    • AnnieB June 11, 2024

      Without an autopsy, we can’t be certain. Transparency is key.

  2. Jeffrey L June 11, 2024

    If he knew he had kidney problems, why would he put himself through such intense training again?

    • Kendra B. June 11, 2024

      Maybe he felt obliged to prove himself. Dedication can sometimes lead to risky decisions.

    • Mason82 June 11, 2024

      You’d think common sense would prevail. He shouldn’t have been allowed to continue with that medical history.

    • Jeffrey L June 11, 2024

      True, but sometimes internal pressures and job commitment overshadow one’s judgment.

  3. SheriffJ June 11, 2024

    Seems like the SSD is more concerned about their reputation than their officers’ welfare.

    • DareDevil June 11, 2024

      You nailed it. Institutions often brush such things under the rug to protect their image.

      • SheriffJ June 11, 2024

        Once trust is broken, it’s hard to regain. They should focus on real accountability.

    • Sarah Fields June 11, 2024

      Or maybe the SSD did what they could within the limits of the situation. Not everything is a conspiracy.

  4. Claire123 June 11, 2024

    It’s heartbreaking. His determination was commendable, but someone should have stopped him from jeopardizing his health.

    • MikeHunter June 11, 2024

      Personal responsibility is important too. He should have known his limits.

    • Emma Lee June 11, 2024

      Sometimes in these positions, people feel compelled to push their boundaries, even if it’s life-threatening.

  5. JohnDoe99 June 11, 2024

    People love to jump to conclusions! The investigation cleared up most of the doubts. Let’s not sensationalize.

  6. NinaT June 11, 2024

    Why should we trust the ‘official’ investigation? There’s more to this than they’re admitting.

    • JohnDoe99 June 11, 2024

      Because it’s their job to do a thorough investigation? We can’t distrust every official statement.

    • NinaT June 12, 2024

      Given their past records, public skepticism is justified.

  7. Gary June 11, 2024

    Rattapong wanted to serve his country despite his health issues. That’s both brave and tragic.

    • Lara W. June 12, 2024

      True, his commitment is inspiring. But there should be mechanisms to prevent such tragedies.

  8. Bobby June 12, 2024

    Training facilities need better health screening processes to ensure the safety of participants.

  9. Samantha84 June 12, 2024

    I feel so sorry for his family. They must be devastated and now there’s all this controversy.

  10. Chad June 12, 2024

    Facebook is not the place for launching such serious accusations without solid evidence.

    • LennySmall June 12, 2024

      But social media is where whistleblowers bring attention to issues that otherwise get ignored.

  11. Ravi June 12, 2024

    It’s concerning how leadership might misuse their power. Transparency is critical for trust.

  12. DrJones June 12, 2024

    Medically speaking, underlying health conditions in such high-stress environments can definitely lead to fatal outcomes.

    • Rob June 12, 2024

      But should the facility have allowed him to continue knowing his condition?

    • DrJones June 12, 2024

      In hindsight, it appears to be an oversight, but individual determination can overshadow medical advice.

  13. WendyL June 12, 2024

    It’s tragic and infuriating how his death could have been avoidable if there were stricter health protocols.

    • Oliver M. June 12, 2024

      The same protocols keeping people safe should have prevented his participation in such rigorous drills.

  14. Jake B. June 12, 2024

    We shouldn’t undervalue someone’s will to serve, but we mustn’t let bravery blind us to health risks.

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