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Hotel man faces years in jail for shooting stray dog that bit tourists


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24 minutes ago, from the home of CC said:

Geez that's frightening. They ought to remove all soi dogs. Any unclaimed dog either gets claimed immediately by those who so love them, all others take em out.

Human lives are worth more than dangerous dogs. 

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As we all know the dog problem here in Thailand is quite significant. The guy putting the dog down did the right thing. Maybe an overkill with a 9mm in a neighborhood but.....

 

I thought it was great about 6 months ago when the govt did a sweep and forewarned all the people due to the rabies concern. For days I saw very few dogs out, all in yards as they should be. Once the sweep was complete soon the dogs were back out lounging around, pissing on walls and crapping on the road. Its just a lack of responsibility by the owners and nothing is going to change.

 

Best thing to do is check for CCTV cameras in the area before taking action and put the dogs down with a silent weapon. 

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4 hours ago, from the home of CC said:

Wasn't too long ago a dog with rabies was running around  Hua Hin biting  numerous people when it died in the street foaming at the mouth. They should be giving this guy a medal. 

You want to give him a medal after he looses the plot and wipes out some innocent people also?

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1 hour ago, JimmyJ said:

"...43 bullets..."

 

Because the ammo is sold in a box of 45 or 50, not per bullet.

And he needs to carry it all with him in case he gets upset by someone.

 

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3 hours ago, from the home of CC said:

That's what I thought - you're talking about something that happened way back in 2017. I'd hardly call that an incident that "wasn't too long ago." I was expecting something from the last couple of weeks (or at the most, months).

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13 hours ago, SammyT said:

I get the work that animal charities do over here, but in this instance the best thing for everyone is for the dog to be killed. How would the charity feel if the dog had mauled a small child or something?

There is no evidence to support the claim that the dog had attacked anyone. No witnesses support the man's story.

You miss the big  picture;

1. An angry  man with no self control in the possession of an illegal fire arm.

2. The fire arm was discharged multiple times in  a public place. If you were so concerned about injury to a child, why are you not concerned as to the potential danger  from ricochet or a missed shot?

 

The man  is a liar and was caught lying. He also fits the profile of someone who would use a  gun to settle a petty dispute. 

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7 hours ago, from the home of CC said:

no, I'd rather been bit by a rabid dog... right

There was no rabid dog and there was no evidence to support his claim that the dog had bit anyone. It seems he was upset that the dog had pooped.

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