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Aussie language teacher shot in Chiang Mai car park by Thai girlfriend

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Aussie language teacher shot in Chiang Mai car park by Thai girlfriend

 

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An Australian teacher who was trying to get back together with his Thai girlfriend was shot in the abdomen in the car park of a downtown Chiang Mai apartment on Saturday night.

 

Jean Paul Bull, 47, who teaches language at a well known Chiang Mai university is in hospital but recovering.

 

He had gone to Suphapreuk Court 2 in Suthep sub-district to invite his girlfriend Suphasri, 39, out for Songkran.

 

Chang Pheuak police were called to the car park of the apartment where they found the victim shot and Suphasri waiting with a 9mm gun in her hand.

 

The bullet had exited the body of the victim.

 

Suphasri said that she had known the Australian for two years but after arguments they had split up. He had assaulted her, she said, and she had reported to police twice in recent months about alleged assaults as he tried to reunite with her against her wishes.

 

This time a serious fight broke out and she pulled out a gun and after firing two warning shots she shot him in the abdomen to defend herself, she told the cops.

 

She has been detained and police will be interviewing the Australian before deciding how to proceed in the case.

 

Source: Daily News

 
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9 minutes ago, webfact said:

after firing two warning shots she shot him in the abdomen

Gutting experience! Be interesting to see how this one pans out.

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Warning shots or missing twice before hitting him is a question thats needs asking , unless there are witnesses who can verify her statement .

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aim high...shoot low...

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1 hour ago, keith101 said:

Warning shots or missing twice before hitting him is a question thats needs asking , unless there are witnesses who can verify her statement .

Doesn't matter, was self-defense, he attacked her before.

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So many fish in the sea  makes one wonder why one would go back to the same fishing hole when the one that you caught was not eatable 

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27 minutes ago, FritsSikkink said:

Doesn't matter, was self-defense, he attacked her before.

 

So she claims !!

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a well known chiang mai university . . . chiang mai university?

 

anyway, why did she have the gun on her in the 1st place then go outside to argue, seems to me she may have intended to shoot the bloke before they even started arguing. speedy recovery ozzie. might be worth moving on from that one now i'd say

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2 minutes ago, Happy enough said:

a well known chiang mai university . . . chiang mai university?

 

anyway, why did she have the gun on her in the 1st place then go outside to argue, seems to me she may have intended to shoot the bloke before they even started arguing. speedy recovery ozzie. might be worth moving on from that one now i'd say

 

Came to say the same thing - all the other reports say it's CMU - why in the world say "at a well known Chiang Mai university."

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

He had gone to Suphapreuk Court 2 in Suthep sub-district to invite his girlfriend Suphasri, 39, out for Songkran.

The fact she shot him might indicate she doesn't regard herself as his girlfriend...

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Police told me that if I shot someone in my house, to then shoot 2 shots into the roof and say I fired warning shots first...

 

...but they also said, make sure he was dead.

 

She got one part right.

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