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BANGKOK 18 February 2019 14:05
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GONE TO GROUND Fugitive speedboat killer Jack Shepherd ‘is hiding from justice in remote village in Thailand’

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38 minutes ago, HAKAPALITA said:

I see it much the same as Sanemax. 2  Adult Clowns.

Can’t argue with that.  

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Further to poohy's post on the previous page, it was just reported on BBC World News that he has been in a court in Georgia and will be detained there for 3 months pending his extradition to the UK. Apparently he is a suicide risk.

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On 1/19/2019 at 3:40 PM, mauGR1 said:

Your comment is over the top, really, wonder what would be your position if the man had died and the woman had survived.

Or you are the kind of 'the women are always innocent' type ?

His position is completely irrelevant.

The law is pretty clear:

  • He is the owner of the boat.
  • Ge was on board, hence he was the skipper.
  • The boat had an accident when it was under his command.
  • Someone died under his command.

He is guilty. Plain an simple. Because: thai is the law! The only question is the punishment. As he was known as reckless driver, was drunk, and did not show up in court: obviously the punishment is harsh.

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1 hour ago, Enki said:

His position is completely irrelevant.

The law is pretty clear:

  • He is the owner of the boat.
  • Ge was on board, hence he was the skipper.
  • The boat had an accident when it was under his command.
  • Someone died under his command.

He is guilty. Plain an simple. Because: thai is the law! The only question is the punishment. As he was known as reckless driver, was drunk, and did not show up in court: obviously the punishment is harsh.

Ok, i understand what the law says, in this case it's too harsh imo.

If i was doing stupid things like driving fast boats, while drunk, with a consenting buddy, and i happened to die while doing that, i would not want my buddy to be jailed.

Like it or not, this was my point.

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On 1/19/2019 at 4:30 PM, Tongjaw said:

No matter what link you post, the man is guilty and your still victim blaming, troll.

Its called casual racism in some circles.

I couldnt possibly accuse the poster of this mind

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10 minutes ago, mauGR1 said:

Ok, i understand what the law says, in this case it's too harsh imo.

If i was doing stupid things like driving fast boats, while drunk, with a consenting buddy, and i happened to die while doing that, i would not want my buddy to be jailed.

Like it or not, this was my point.

Ye gods

So 'buddies' are sacrosanct??

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17 minutes ago, Respectthailand said:

Ye gods

So 'buddies' are sacrosanct??

Up to you, personally i don't get involved with drunken people doing dangerous things anyway.

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