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BANGKOK 21 February 2019 02:21
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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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To bad and sad. He could just have killed the murderer instead of killing himself. 

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Why the murderer was acquitted is because this family is a "nobody" in this country! Case closed.

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It seem I get negative comments when I simply said the man needed help by psychiatrists or some good people , suiside is not something you do in any circumstances unless there is a mental issue.  

 

A family tragedy is what it is , a tragedy , either if someone dies in accident or in this case , being killed in cold blood. 

 

Was the father offered any kind of assistance before the trial? Could his suicide have been prevented?  

  

 

 

 

 

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20 hours ago, runforest said:

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

nobody - especially ppl without any compassion - will escape their own fate which will catch up with them eventually. When their own time comes they will cough up their own garb, bit by bit. Question of time.

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On 7/23/2018 at 8:35 AM, 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. .  

 

 

The mental case here is you for writing that. Not one tiny bit of empathy. Have you never been upset / cried or been depresssed.

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I've said it before and I'll say it again.  Thailand really needs to develop Community mental health counseling to help deal with anger and grief issues.  It would be expensive no doubt but MSW and counseling psychology majors could be established at various universities.  

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23 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

With this attitude when the grief does eventually come your way then it will be doubly hard to bear.

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2 hours ago, hottrader77 said:

yes rather than kill himself he could have served justice by killing the suspect just like charles bronson did in the movie , or got him down a dark alley and said the immortal words , DO YOU FEEL LUCKY PUNK ? WELL DO YOU ? THEN SHOT HIM WITH HIS COLT 45 !!

Wrong actor.

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18 minutes ago, car720 said:

I disagree with it. I know, and I believe you know, that this is Thailand.

Do you think the cctv was out because of coincidence?

As the other guy said, these were nobodies who went up against somebodies and got Thai style justice.  He should have done the other guy before he did himself.

I have no idea whether the CCTV was working or not .

Do you know that the CCTV was actually working ? 

In what respect where the two people "somebody" and "nobody "?

Are you basing your opinion on anything factual or is it just the usual run of the mill opinion that some people have about everything  ?

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