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Man jumps to his death from 8/Fl Bangkok Criminal court after seeing the suspect in his son’s murder acquitted

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2 minutes ago, runforest said:

Your head is filled with farang court nonsense. Poor thai vs thai is what it is ..no buying a verdict here

if you say so ; )

 

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16 hours ago, lust said:

Why not serve justice yourself?

I was thinking the same thing.  Since he was planning to die anyway, in his shoes, I would have taken care of business first. 

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10 hours ago, runforest said:

Typical loss of face nonsense. If the court of public opinion handed out guilty convictions then EVERY one would be guilty. Respect the law and especially a little matter called evidence.

No sympathy for this guy

I seriously doubt he would require or desire your sympathy. 

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Justice has not only got to be done. It has to be seen to be done. On the face of it, it does not seem so in this case. RIP

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17 hours ago, lust said:

Why not serve justice yourself?

 

Because friends or family of Nattapong Ngern-khiri might then take counter-revenge against loved ones. 

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17 hours ago, balo said:

Why kill himself over this , yes the murder was a tragedy , but too many mental cases in Thailand, who needs psychiatric help, was the father offered such help? I doubt it. .  

 

 

Really? This is a developing nation. Its only had a few decades on that path. You critique it here because their social health safety net doesn't equal your high expectations. Time to book a one way ticket home. Imo

 

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7 minutes ago, Matt96 said:

he should kill the acquitted murderer, not himself

 

Maybe the guy was acquitted because he wasn't the murderer !!

That's the reason for a trial....

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1 minute ago, cornishcarlos said:

Maybe the guy was acquitted because he wasn't the murderer !!

That's the reason for a trial....

if he was not a murderer - the desperate father would not kill himself. seems like he was very sure who killed his son. better kill this murdered and face trial then kill yourself. if i were him I would do exactly this.

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

He said it was the duty of judges to rule based on evidence, free from pressure and prejudices. 

Now that's a good one.....

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...gotta wonder what the real final determinant was...

 

...the accused was the only one present.....???

 

...the parties knew each other....or had come in contact...???

 

...then this is a yet another travesty...

 

...the victim did not get stabbed to death by himself...nor by a ghost...

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18 hours ago, balo said:

Why kill himself over this , yes the murder was a tragedy , but too many mental cases in Thailand, who needs psychiatric help, was the father offered such help? I doubt it. .  

 

 

I reckon the fact that his son was stabbed to death might have aided his suicide 

 

defendant guilty or not seeing your son  like that is very very hard 

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18 hours ago, balo said:

Why kill himself over this , yes the murder was a tragedy , but too many mental cases in Thailand, who needs psychiatric help, was the father offered such help? I doubt it. .  

He was heart broken, you idiot.  No it's not the first thing on someones mind when tragedy occurs but he obviously was completely devastated.  Do you have children?  He couldn't live without his child.  We aren't robots......there was a better way but the pain was too much for him.  RESPECT.  Rest in peace for both.

18 hours ago, balo said:

 

 

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Money talks in Thailand. Courts often mete out injustice. 

If he was assured of his guilt, he should have taken the killer with him. Poor man must have suffered immensely. 

 

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