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No Bail For Bangkok Cop That Shot Frenchman

By Jintamas Saksornchai, Staff Reporter

 

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Kantapong Huadsri was being taken to the Criminal Court Wednesday after police inquiry.

 

BANGKOK — A police officer who shot and killed a French national Wednesday has been charged and jailed after a court denied his release on bail.

 

Investigators said former Lumpini police Kantapong Huadsri would be held at the Criminal Court for 12 days pending the outcome into an investigation into charges of murder and weapons-related counts in the death of 41-year-old Djamel Malik Ait Kaki, who was killed inside an office building near BTS Nana yesterday morning.

 

Full story: http://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2018/12/13/no-bail-for-bangkok-cop-that-shot-frenchman/

 
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1 hour ago, darksidedog said:

While the 12 day remand is not unusual, being held at the court, rather than going to Bangkok Remand prison is. I can only guess it must be for protection from the many inmates, he probably put in there. The many years ahead are not going to be fun for him for sure.

 

                                                                    

Tough.

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22 hours ago, SammyT said:

How come he doesn't get paraded in front of the media like every foreigner who commits a crime?

(No need to answer the question, I already know the answer)

and more to the point sammyT  where is the point or was pointing done earlier ?

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What no bail for a murderer, what's the country coming to - next thing we will hear about is that mushroom pickers will not be arrested and jailed from now on.

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22 hours ago, darksidedog said:

While the 12 day remand is not unusual, being held at the court, rather than going to Bangkok Remand prison is. I can only guess it must be for protection from the many inmates, he probably put in there. The many years ahead are not going to be fun for him for sure.

 

                                                                    

lets hope it's real tough - but of course TIT so very doubtful he will ever be detained other than for the next week or two  until it's all forgotten. 

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