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Police: Sanctuary chief may face disciplinary punishment for not collecting entry fee

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1 hour ago, Psimbo said:

Deflect, deflect, deflect!

WATCH the left hand whilst the right hand deflects.

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Ah, this must be why 'farangs' have to pay more to get into these kind of places. We're supplementing for the rich locals' abhorrent behaviour. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, AGareth2 said:

These kind of people believe Thailand belongs to them

why should they pay

It does belong to then and that's the problem

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

The chief of the Thung Yai Naresuan wildlife sanctuary may face disciplinary action for not collecting entry fee from Italian-Thai Development Plc chief executive and president Premchai Karnasuta and his hunting team, Royal Thai Police deputy commissioner Pol Gen Srivara Ransibrahmanakul said on Friday (Feb 9).

and only only only due to social 'pressure'; no inherent morality here at all

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So now there is triple pricing in Thailand, Normal price for poor Thai person, extortionate price for poor farang and free for super rich elite.

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2 hours ago, worgeordie said:

I get the feeling that someone in the forestry service,

must have tipped off Mr Premchai,about the black 

leopards been in the area,as bit of coincidence just

to pitch camp where there happened to be a pair of 

very rare animals living.

regards worgeordie

You're probably correct. Once an animal has been sighted a small clearing is regularly baited. No hunting skill required to dispatch the poor creature.

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I know this is a political issue, but using non-Thai logic here, wouldn't it be an internal matter for the Department of National Parks as to whether a member of staff didn't charge an entry fee?

The police seem to have carte-blanche to stick their nose into just about anything that they want.

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Paying or not paying for entrance doesn't deter the hunter to kill the leopard. I guess ITD president didn't even had 100 baht in his pocket, the amount is peanut to him.

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Failing to collect the 110 baht fee seems like sort of the least of the problems with this whole "Panther-gate" fiasco?

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Time for one of the famous police re enactments. Only this time, this low life POS and his hunting party

can play the part of the Black Leopard and the other killed animals. I would love to see him with 5

bullet holes in his fat ar-sed  carcass

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6 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

In the grand scheme of things, considering what the poacher scum did, that seems somewhat trivial. 

 

Do they record the registrations of cars entering “wildlife sanctuaries”?

 

Might make sense then, as it may indicate an attempt, by the official and the poacher scum, to hide what they were doing. 

This  will be  used instead  of  the  hunting  crime,  theyll  fine the Ital Thai guy 500  baht for avoiding the entrance  fee and that  will be  it  all  over  for  him.

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5 hours ago, Donotdisturb said:

TIT. The richer u are the less u pay. This country is notorious for exploiting its lower-end citizens and letting the rich and influential do whatever they want. This fat guy will never be punished as he should be. ItalianThai is huge. They do nearly all important infrastructure jobs in Thailand and (border areas of) myanmar. Fatty has a huge addressbook. He is above the law unless he has pizzzzed someone off in the Junta-clique. Then maybe he will get a 5000thb fine ??

He might have to lend someone an expensive watch or hand out a 'loan' of 300 million baht . 

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They must be kidding!!

The ranger is at fault??

I had no respect for the police before and now I must say that was too much!

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7 hours ago, darksidedog said:

Amazing arrogance. Not only comes to shoot and eat protected species in a sanctuary area, but too rude to even pay the bloody entrance fee either. I like this man even less than I did before.

Oh Thailand can you surprise me more with such legal incompetence, Don't think so!

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