A gang of Thai teenagers - including the son of a local politician – are the chief suspects in the murder of an Israeli tourist who attended the full moon party on Koh Phangan last weekend. David Kakilashvili and his friends were drinking at the Drop In bar when a fight broke out with five teenagers from the island who stabbed and beat him to death before fleeing the scene. "We know who the culprits are and will ask the court to issue a warrants for their arrest," said Phangan Police Sub-Lieutenant Likhit Chumchuay. "The suspects include the son of a local politician, who has a bad reputation for bothering foreigners."