I hope she tortures him worst than he died in the other version. He was just shot twice, not enough, if you ask me lol. How could someone do that to their own daughter? Like testify like that and let the people who hurt her go free? Even if you hate your ex-wife, why, why do that to your own child? UGH. I hate lawyers who defend people, knowing they are guilty. I know in some cases they believe they are innocent, but in this case, clearly, the lawyer knows they are guilty. I'm not surprised she developed psychological problems. She was done wrong by the justice system set in place to protect you. In Nok Sinjai's version she was conflicted at first between what is right and wrong and regretted killing her ex (he was her first kill), but the pain of what happened to her was able to overtake her. This is one of those cases where you can't really tell what is black or white. It is true, she murdered people cruelly, but society and people around her forced her into it. Like she says, no one wants to become a killer. Had, she been the only person who suffered, I don't think she would have gone on the murdering spree, but because her daughter was hurt, that is what broke the camel's back. People can be high and mighty and say that what she did was wrong because she has no right to be jury, judge, and executioner. However, how else is she supposed to feel justification in her life? 1. Her scum husband took everything from her in their divorce, even if it was his fault. 2. The seven scum who hurt her and her child. 3. The justice system not punishing them, and not to mention she finds out because of the drugs is one of the reasons they targetted her to?