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BANGKOK 21 July 2019 14:02
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Seven police officers transferred, probe launched into suspect beating

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3 hours ago, geoffbezoz said:

Thugs yes, just criminals supported by a criminal junta supported by other criminals.

 

As opposed to being supported by an elected criminal family prior to the junta.

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5 hours ago, Traubert said:

Oh the mirth.

 

Jean Charles de Menezes. A Brazilian in London, who had overstayed his visa. Pursued by six plain clothes officers he panicked and fled onto a tube train. They put seven bullets in his head in a case of mistaken identity.

 

Crown Prosecutors brought charges against the Met, not the individuals, under the Health and Safety Act. The woman in charge of that operation Cressida Dick, is now the most powerful police officer in the UK.

 

One case. But you know the facts far better than the Crown Prosecutors of course!

 

Now, in America, how many cases crop up of unarmed people being shot, or seriously beaten by Police?

 

 

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8 hours ago, timewilltell said:

Thailand along with many other nations don't give a toss about International Laws or the treaties they sign and more and more the International interest is very lacking. 

 

There are no "international laws". The UN is a waste of space and hot air. Countries regularly ignore treaties and conventions when it suits. 

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The EU has rules that the UK obeys with regard to agriculture and consumer products ! While France and others ignore ! One of the many reasons Uk people voted to leave the rotten corrupt mafia federal state !

 

 

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All involved should be prosecuted with maximum sentence, employment ended, prison time and restitution to the victim.

This is absolutely bullshit and needs to be taken care of properly.

No Bail risk of flight. This is in the parking lot of police station.

 

sick individuals.....

 

 

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All involved should be prosecuted with maximum sentence, employment ended, prison time and restitution to the victim.
This is absolutely bullshit and needs to be taken care of properly.
No Bail risk of flight. This is in the parking lot of police station.
 
sick individuals.....
 
 

Non of that will happen here, in the land of Smiles!


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On 7/11/2019 at 6:20 PM, Thaiwrath said:

In any normal society, the first step would be instant dismissal, losing all pensions and benefits, followed by criminal charges against all involved in the violence.

Where on this Earth is this normal society you are referring to? 

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10 hours ago, Bangkok Barry said:

 

Same happens in many (all?) countries. Too often, police believe their role allows them to act with excessive force. Just bullies in uniform, and perhaps a reason they joined the force as they believe they then have the 'right' to beat people.

Nothing like the scum here!

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13 hours ago, sydneyjed said:

That low life piece of sh.t..(the 'baton happy one)needs locking in a room and given a taste of his own medicine!

Not only him but get all of the Police officers concerned to be beaten - one at a time handcuffed to each other in a circle so they cannot get away while being given their medicine and they can cry like girls together 😡

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Video already taken down. So Thailand is now a country with 'No Freedom' of speech ? Anytime people in Government or Government Agency is caught doing something bad/criminal it then becomes a criminal offence to talk and record it. Going down fast in  my opinion.

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On 7/11/2019 at 7:20 AM, Thaiwrath said:

Hard to defend the police, it is out and out unecessary savage violence.

In any normal society, the first step would be instant dismissal, losing all pensions and benefits, followed by criminal charges against all involved in the violence.

Here, it will be no action taken, or moved to an inactive post (if there are any left !)

Over here the cops will get a paid holiday. Suspension with pay pending an internal police investigation.

Cops investigating cops. Same shit different pile

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Video already taken down. So Thailand is now a country with 'No Freedom' of speech ? Anytime people in Government or Government Agency is caught doing something bad/criminal it then becomes a criminal offence to talk and record it. Going down fast in  my opinion.

Clearly you have never experienced a Thai history lesson.
This is nothing new.


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22 hours ago, Traubert said:

Oh the mirth.

 

Jean Charles de Menezes. A Brazilian in London, who had overstayed his visa. Pursued by six plain clothes officers he panicked and fled onto a tube train. They put seven bullets in his head in a case of mistaken identity.

 

Crown Prosecutors brought charges against the Met, not the individuals, under the Health and Safety Act. The woman in charge of that operation Cressida Dick, is now the most powerful police officer in the UK.

Exactly...."Authority " and "power" are abused all over the world. It starts in one's formative years. It's called "bullying". It's rife in every society on every level in every workplace. And (imho) the greatest bullies are the polticians.

Power hungry mercenary ghouls using thugs in uniform to intimidate the masses.

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On 7/11/2019 at 6:20 PM, Thaiwrath said:

Hard to defend the police, it is out and out unecessary savage violence.

In any normal society, the first step would be instant dismissal, losing all pensions and benefits, followed by criminal charges against all involved in the violence.

Here, it will be no action taken, or moved to an inactive post (if there are any left !)

Did you see the clip?

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