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Suspected drug mule killed in shootout with police in Chiang Rai

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Suspected drug mule killed in shootout with police in Chiang Rai

By The Nation

 

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A suspected drug mule was killed in a gunfight with police in Chiang Rai late on Monday night.

 

Acting on a tip-off, a team of narcotics suppression police were patrolling the Muang district’s borderline in Ban Bor Thong village in Tambon Tha Sood at 10pm when they spotted about 20 men walking from the border forest near a reservoir.

 

Police said the group of men opened fire when they saw police, leading to a 15-minute shootout before the men fled back into the forest.

 

After the gunfight, a man's body was found with a pistol in his hand. Police also found 24 bags of methamphetamine. The exact quantity of the seized drug was yet to be checked.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/breakingnews/30354184

 
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Great work COPS !

Just a pity you didn’t bring down a few more of these Bags of Puke, better luck next time !

I’m half inclined to Sponsor the POLICE for some tuition at the local Shooting Range.

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11 hours ago, webfact said:

After the gunfight, a man's body was found with a pistol in his hand. Police also found 24 bags of methamphetamine.

That old chestnut. Again.

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On 9/11/2018 at 4:42 PM, Colabamumbai said:

Killing is never great work.

If they flush away the scum who destroy the lives of kids, who they get hooked on the crap they sell....It’s GREAT WORK. Would you prefer they be allowed to continue their trade and perhaps get someone Near and Dear to YOU as their next Customer ?

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Posts advocating drug use have been removed as well as the replies:

 

3) You will not post about activities or links to websites containing such material that are illegal in Thailand. This includes but is not limited to: gambling, betting, pornography, illegal drugs, fake goods/clothing, file sharing of pirated material, pyramid schemes, etc. Discussion of the above is permitted only as news items, but never as a "how to" topic.

 

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