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Police under investigation over ‘judge privileges’ incident

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3 hours ago, nahkit said:

Whilst I welcome the police investigation it would be nice if the judge was also investigated.

The police investigation is being conducted by themselves (internally).  Regarding the judge, the PM was stated as follows:

 

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The prime minister also asked the Office of the Court of Justice to investigate the matter,
 

 

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4 hours ago, mok199 said:

Yada Yada Yada....shamless

Can I add disgraceful to your shameless ?!

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"After the incident, Thung Yai Police Chief Col Chokedee Rakwatanapong immediately transferred L/Cpl Ekapol to desk duties at Thung Yai Police Station “to work closely to him so he could learn more about desk duty and study laws thoroughly”."

Translated: After the incident, Thung Yai Police Chief Col Chokedee Rakwatanapong immediately transferred L/Cpl Ekapol to desk duties at Thung Yai Police Station,  so the moron will never ever consider pulling over a puuyai no less a puuyai judge in the future.

This is doing the rounds on Thai social media now.  The average commoner Thais are rather disturbed by this incident.  Sometimes I love social media as it cuts right through the buffalo poo.  

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12 minutes ago, connda said:

"After the incident, Thung Yai Police Chief Col Chokedee Rakwatanapong immediately transferred L/Cpl Ekapol to desk duties at Thung Yai Police Station “to work closely to him so he could learn more about desk duty and study laws thoroughly”."

Translated: After the incident, Thung Yai Police Chief Col Chokedee Rakwatanapong immediately transferred L/Cpl Ekapol to desk duties at Thung Yai Police Station,  so the moron will never ever consider pulling over a puuyai no less a puuyai judge in the future.

This is doing the rounds on Thai social media now.  The average commoner Thais are rather disturbed by this incident.  Sometimes I love social media as it cuts right through the buffalo poo.  

'rather disturbed'; they should be outraged. 

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3 hours ago, Pilotman said:

I have no illusions about the UK, believe  me,  but the protection and application of the Rule of Law, as we understand it in west,  is not an area of concern at all. Corruption and the flagrant disregard for the Laws of the Land are endemic and  institutionalised in Thailand, not so in the UK.   The Rule of Law has been the cornerstone of society  and democracy in the UK for many hundreds of years, not so here.  

I think democracy in the uk will thrown out of the window. If they dont follow the peoples wishes of leaving the eu!!

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26 minutes ago, slappy said:

I think democracy in the uk will thrown out of the window. If they dont follow the peoples wishes of leaving the eu!!

agreed 

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8 hours ago, Pattaya28 said:

The "Judge" is above the law.

Simple as that !

No,..!!! He Only thinks he is above the law !!! and act like it is so !!!

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7 hours ago, Pilotman said:

I have no illusions about the UK, believe  me,  but the protection and application of the Rule of Law, as we understand it in west,  is not an area of concern at all. Corruption and the flagrant disregard for the Laws of the Land are endemic and  institutionalised in Thailand, not so in the UK.   The Rule of Law has been the cornerstone of society  and democracy in the UK for many hundreds of years, not so here.  

I remember an incident, in the UK, was reported in the media of a Police Commissioner driving home from an evening function, stopped by his own Traffic Division, breathalised, failed, and charged and then due process occurred - I agree with Pilotman.

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The young cop's career is over.

He will never move up the ranks. Those in charge will have looooong memories

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What about the judge ? If a judge is he under investigation..

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19 hours ago, HHTel said:

The prime minister also asked the Office of the Court of Justice to investigate the matter,

 

 

I will examine the facts only in relation to the police first,” Gen Pongwuth said.

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1 hour ago, nahkit said:

I will examine the facts only in relation to the police first,” Gen Pongwuth said.

Which has nothing to do with the post you quoted, related to the Office of the Court of Justice.

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