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Man arrested for raising protected Red-backed Sea Eagles in Krabi

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Man arrested for raising protected Red-backed Sea Eagles in Krabi

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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A man has been arrested for raising three protected Red-backed Sea Eagles in Krabi.

 

Officers from the Thung Thale Wildlife Sanctuary in Krabi arrested 52 year old Nirat Lakthong at his house in Koh Lanta.

 

Officials found the three Red-backed Sea Eagles aged around two months old in a cage near the house. They say that Nirat was raising them before selling them to hotel and tourism operators for 5,000 Baht each.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/krabi/man-arrested-for-raising-protected-red-backed-sea-eagles-in-krabi

 

 

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oh sorry, for a second I thought he was actually helping them, but TIT, for profits buddism

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And how many has the Thung Thale Wildlife Sanctuary in Krabi raised ?

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Oh no !  not red backed sea eagles.

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What's the line on who spends more time in jail... 

 

This guy who raised eagles or the rich meth head who killed 2 people with his car?

 

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What's the line on who spends more time in jail... 
 
This guy who raised eagles or the rich meth head who killed 2 people with his car?
 

Unless you have been convicted of a crime and are facing jail time, I fail to understand how the Thai judicial system or penal code would cause concern? Or are you simply highlighting that sovereign nations have varying penal codes?


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7 minutes ago, Sealbash said:

Unless you have been convicted of a crime and are facing jail time, I fail to understand how the Thai judicial system or penal code would cause concern? Or are you simply highlighting that sovereign nations have varying penal codes?

 

No, I'm suggesting that Thailand has one penal code for the wealthy and a different one for the other 99%.

 

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