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Buri Ram: Students went to the house of "Khun Khru A" for Ya Ba!

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Students went to the house of "Khun Khru A" for Ya Ba!

 

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Arrested teacher "Khru A" points at the evidence

 

Buri Ram police armed with a search warrant went to the house of a social sciences teacher in the Phut Thai Song district of the north eastern city.

 

"Khru A" - or Banthit Kaothaisong was arrested along with nearly 2,000 Ya Ba tablets hidden in his bedroom. 

 

He was getting dressed at the time on his way to class. He tried to flee but the cops had the place surrounded. 

 

The teacher had been supplying school students, university students and young people in the area and further afield. He was also a user himself. 

 

He had been at it for a long time but had proved hard to catch as he usually dealt drugs at home and was very careful not to get caught, said the Phut Thai Song police. 

 

But information received led to a search warrant being issued and his subsequent arrest. 

 

Source: Thai Rath

 

 

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

He had been at it for a long time but had proved hard to catch as he usually dealt drugs at home and was very careful not to get caught, said the Phut Thai Song police.

Ever heard of surveillance made in order to collect evidence to make an arrest?

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It's comes as no surprise, the standard of education is so pathetically low within Thailand. For state run schools to have a bank on school premises, sums this place up to me. All that seems to matter is greed plus MONEY! MONEY! MONEY! 

 

I hope the drug addict Thai teacher named ajarn A for Anphetamin, is severely dealt with, but I doubt it.

 

Suspension? Yep!

Fine? Maybe.

Do merit? Maybe.

Relocated to another school? Yep!

Imprisonment? I doubt it!

Smile and say sorry? Yep!

 

Does anyone recall the female Thai teacher who beat a student? She apologied and was relocated to another school!!! Unbelievable...

 

Your child could easily buy class A drugs or be pimped by a Thai teacher.

 

Paradise.

 

 

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What a plonker, all the BIB had to do was to catch a student on yaba and out comes the story, if the teachers are that thick and immoral what chance do the kids have.

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Such outrage! It is  surely sad that a "teacher" who is also a user is the focus of deserved contempt.

But it is unlikely this pusher is anything but.

In this  vilification is there any hint in the story of a genuine attempt to identify his  suppliers?

We are not made privy to that or likely to ever be. Although it  may be so.

And that is the crux of the problem.

How often is it that we  get to hear of the "bust" of a  street  dealer or an individual  found in possession yet never hear of the bulk source being identified?

From the  "social" perspective the moral majority are so easily satisfied with opportunity to vent?

Of course. They are provided the initiative  for that but in that are denied any greater opportunity to expect a cessation of the "business".

The  application of it is a simple philosophy.

For those who choose by induction to  blow their brains away  are welcome to  by removal from any meaningful  purpose socially and therefore removed from competition to the controlling sector.

That they become an arbitrary factor  via prison/health facilities  or dubious "rehab" programs  the cost of it is derived from the sector of  society that remains  below those  who  enable it.

In this  world  it is  not  for those  who know the product. It is for those that  know  how to market the product and make  the  major profit.

The  frightening  aspect of that is that  we are  being destroyed by the acceptance  of that philosophical stance.

Humanity has approximately 100 years to return to  primitive existence, if it can avoid  more  immediate  destruction.

 

 

 

 

 

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