Australian Accused Of Raping 2 year Old Step-Daughter
Accused Australian national, Jason Daron Mizner, 32
On January 30 Ple, (real name withheld), 30, mother of Noi,
(name suppressed), 2, informed Mae Rim Police Station officers
of the rape of her daughter accusing an Australian national
Jason, her new husband of only a month. This act occurred at
their rented house on Arak Road, Tambon Phra Singh in Muang,
Chiang Mai on day that she informed police. She showed the police
a video recording that Jason had made whilst raping the little
girl, which after being checked by the police forensic department,
appeared a genuine record of this illegal act. The little girl
was taken to Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai Hospital where doctors
found evidence of sexual assault.
The mother said that she had dated Jason for one
month before he asked her to marry him.
On the day the rape took place, they agreed that
he would move his belongings to her house and live with her.
He went to fetch his possessions and asked to take
the little girl along with him. When they returned,
her daughter cried, complaining of pain in her lower stomach.
She examined her and realized that Jason had done something bad
to the girl, but when questioned, he claimed she had fallen down
and hurt herself. She later found the video and opened it, immediately
informing the police when she realized the contents.
On February 1, Pol. Lt. Gen. Panupong Singhara Na Ayuthaya,
commissioner of Provincial Police Bureau Region 5 and Pol. Maj. Gen.
Jiruj Promobol, Chiang Mai Provincial Police comman-der together with Pol. Col.
Montree Sambunnanon, Mae Rim Police Station superintendent jointly held
a press conference and informed reporters of the arrest of the Australian
national, Jason Daron Mizner, 32, and charged with
raping a girl younger than 13 years old.
Pol. Lt. Gen. Panupong also said that they had learned from the
Australian Juvenile police authorities that there was
an arrest warrant in
force for this offender, in Queensland, Australia, for the rape of
a young girl in his home country, but he had escaped arrest
by fleeing to Thailand. He would be kept in custody here
in Thailand and would be extradited to Australia.