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Krabi man arrested after shooting his friend with an M16 rifle

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Krabi man arrested after shooting his friend with an M16 rifle

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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The Plai Praya Police in Krabi have been notified that a man has sustained serious injuries after being shot at a house in Plai Praya.

 

Police and emergency responders arrived to find blood all over the floor. Bullet holes were found in the windows and doors of the residence. Four M16 rifle cartridges were found on the ground.

 

23 year old Suppachock Bangsok, a motorbike mechanic, had sustained serious injuries as a result of bullet wounds and had already been taken to Krabi Hospital in critical condition.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/krabi/krabi-man-arrested-after-shooting-his-friend-with-an-m16-rifle

 
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-- © Copyright The Thaiger 2018-12-14

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Ran a small store in Plai Praya 13 yrs ago (wife's family village). Nice little place though they roll up the streets shortly after dusk so a tad boring. Trouble with small villages is that people talk to pass the time so secrets are at a premium. Glad no collateral damage to children from errant rounds.   

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Nice "policework" see the weapon in the picture not packed or sealed and touched by a police idiot without gloves.

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18 hours ago, webfact said:

Krabi man arrested after shooting his friend with an M16 rifle

That's what friends are for - Dionne Warwick

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1 hour ago, grumpy 4680 said:

    WHY are so many weapons available in Thailand, if they are supposed to be illegal.

They are not illegal. It is illegal for foreigners to own them.

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On 12/14/2018 at 3:51 PM, RotMahKid said:

Nice "policework" see the weapon in the picture not packed or sealed and touched by a police idiot without gloves.

Funny you say that, it won't make any difference in the Thai justice system.

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