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BANGKOK 19 March 2019 03:04
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Child murderer on the loose in Hua Hin - nine year old found shot and buried

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38 minutes ago, Ninni said:

Hotchiĺli!

You don't got it  all!

The boys are the parents future, when they grow  old they support their parents (no pension)

RIP littel one! and I hope you got a   lots of sisters  and  brothers and if you need a grandma I AM HERE💖

Sadly that is the mentality in many countries. 

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1 hour ago, hotchilli said:

But managed to knock-out 5 children !!!

RIP young one 

Probably couldn't afford a T.V.

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7 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

 

i lived in a haunted house for a year in California. I have had dead friends talk to me in dreams.

 

so this is just business as usual.

LSD?

  • Haha 2

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12 hours ago, Ninni said:

Hotchiĺli!

You don't got it  all!

The boys are the parents future, when they grow  old they support their parents (no pension)

RIP littel one! and I hope you got a   lots of sisters  and  brothers and if you need a grandma I AM HERE💖

The boys are the parents future,

 

and the present , the kid was giving his money he eared from boxing. RIP little fella

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madmitch post 6, bonjour

Yes, reconstitution is mandatory, in case of violent death, (this case among others)
even if the offending gunman becomes a prisoner to the police.
Must prove that the shooter accidentally killed the boy
or if he wants to be free of guilt.
Although I have doubts about the skills, in this regard, Thai police.
When we see how she deals with road accidents, I always wonder how there is not another accident on this accident.

Edited by sirocco

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