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BANGKOK 21 March 2019 08:17
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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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Bar owners who claim their cctv wasn’t working should be closed down automatically for one year.

Then more footage will be handover.

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Only witness did not show up and owners of only cctv camera claim it was broke!!!does any body else smell pribery and unbelievable corruption here,or is it just my dirty nose??????

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3 hours ago, alfalfa19 said:

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

maybe he will follow it up after this.

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"She said the murder incident should have been recorded on security cameras, but the owners claimed the cameras had broken down".............. Really, or was it a case of show it and we'll burn your place down ?     Bit like the coppers son who shot a bloke point blank in the face in a bar in front of 48 people and nobody saw anything........     

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19 hours ago, lust said:

Why not serve justice yourself?

get a Gun and justice will be served , by your own Hands 

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A diseased law.system and even worse people upholding the law. I would have shot the criminal first. I know who l would vote for lol

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20 hours ago, lust said:

Why not serve justice yourself?

Sometimes, the courts are inadequate for the task at hand. Sometimes there are alternatives. 

 

There seems to be alot of judges here who are very weak, when it comes to prosecuting offenses and handing out the kinds of sentences that are deserved. I suspect some of the population count on that being the case. 

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15 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

Inconceivable to me that anyone could say this. Shame on you 

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2 hours ago, Matt96 said:

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.

Geez! Just because someone believes something to be true doesn't make it true... 

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Amazing how many people here advocate vigilante 'justice'. Thailand has enough problems already without people taking the law into their own hands. Do you really think this would be a better place if we shut down all the courts and simply handed out guns to everyone?? Would that bring peace and justice to the land? 

 

Look, this father clearly believed the accused was guilty of murdering his son. But that doesn't make it true. None of us here knows what happened that night. Yes, we can question the honesty of the judge and police here, but we don't know whether corruption/incompetence is a factor in this case. We just don't know. But we do know that, in objective terms, the judge is in the best position to reach a conclusion in this case. We can't simply assume the father was right and therefore had the right to murder the accused in return. That's not how civilisation works...

 

There have been enough instances in history of people dying at the hands of mob 'justice' only to be found innocent later. We don't need more such barbarism...

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