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The sickening four-minute clip of Wuttisan Wongtalay (left), 20, killing his daughter Natalie (pictured right, in her mother's arms) and then himself was broadcast to hundreds of thousands of viewers on Monday Using a mobile phone, Wuttisan had broadcast Natalie's murder on Facebook Live, a video that Jiranuch came across that evening.'I was with my older brother and he was logging onto his Facebook,' she told AFP on Thursday from a Phuket temple where daily prayers were being held for Natalie ahead of her cremation on Saturday.'He was scrolling down and suddenly we saw the live broadcast.
I turned to take a look and saw him (Wuttisan) drop my daughter with the rope and I couldn't continue to watch.'The horrifying realisation of what was unfolding sparked a desperate search by relatives and police, with the bodies of Wuttisan and Natalie found just a few hours later.
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