A father's three-year search for justice
The father of an Australian man who died after a vicious machete assault wants to know why police have so far failed to track down his son's attackers
"I'm not looking for revenge, I'm just looking for justice," said Rory McDonald.
Three years ago his son, Andrew Oake, was set upon by two machete-wielding young men in Thailand's Northeast. Their reported motivation for the attack: merely that he was a foreigner in public with a Thai woman, his fiancee.
Oake died later from the injuries sustained in the attack. His fiancee, Som, was five months pregnant at the time.
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