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Brit expat behind bars for attacking Phuket dog


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1 hour ago, hansgruber said:

With him out the way, she can liquidate all the assets and disappear.

 

Is it possible that there are no assets for her? If she makes such a statement so full of hate, me wonders how the guy treats(ed) his wife. 

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2 hours ago, Orton Rd said:

what a laugh- 'animal cruelty' in a country where cock fighting is legal (and they DO use blades) where animals like pigs are kept in appalling conditions and where they are quite happy to let millions of soi dogs wander about in various states of decay, and where even the house dogs are banged up like prisoners rarely taken out. We all know why dogs have special status and it's not religion.

Okay cool, so they should just do nothing with a guy caught on camera beating a dog with a metal pole? 

 

I'm certainly not justifying or condoning the other examples you used, but the guy was caught doing it and rightly deserves to be punished

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4 hours ago, Yinn said:

I think the police try to protection the wife. He is the crazy guy. Safety first.

 

“His wife (sic) begged me to have her husband deported, but that is up to Phuket Immigration,” he said.”

 

Black panther (thai) guy get more trouble than 500-1000 baht and the wai also. 


 

he will not, he got money and money talks in Thailand

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1 hour ago, steelepulse said:

He deserves to be punished to the full extent of the law, but who knew that this particular crime is a no bail crime, while you can commit murder and get bail.  

It's not bashing the dog that's the big thing here.

 

He went onto someone's property with a weapon and the clear intent to use it. He did this at night to avoid detection. The prosecution will be saying if he walks free, who knows where else he's got a grudge that he'll settle with his iron bar.  Plus he's got previous for violence.

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7 hours ago, darksidedog said:

I can't help but wonder what the cops would have done if it was a local who had beaten the dog? I can't help but suspect a 500-1,000 baht fine, a wai and on his way. There have after all been many animal cruelty stories here and I don't recall any getting this treatment, even though I have to say the fella absolutely deserves it.

"I can't help but wonder what the cops would have done if it was a local who had beaten the dog?"

How about wondering about this...there have been a number of animal cruelty cases that have been published, reported here and prosecuted.  So far this one hasn't been and the punishment, if it is prosecuted, may be no different.

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7 hours ago, CLS said:

In civilized countries a trespassing results in a fine, surely no jail sentence.

 

TIT - what a retarded society

This is not about trespassing, how can you have missed the main gist of the OP to come up with your "retarded society" comment?  What has this got to do with "Thai society" for god's sake?

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5 hours ago, Isaanbiker said:

Is it possible that there are no assets for her? If she makes such a statement so full of hate, me wonders how the guy treats(ed) his wife. 

It may be an idea for you to read the link properly!

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8 hours ago, KittenKong said:

The best bit of the story can be found in the full version:

“His wife (sic) begged me to have her husband deported, but that is up to Phuket Immigration,” he said."

Which, on the linked page, was a misprint and has now been edited:

 
“His wife (sic) begged me not* to have her husband deported, but that is up to Phuket Immigration,” he said.
Read more at https://www.thephuketnews.com/brit-expat-behind-bars-for-attacking-phuket-dog-72188.php#phSWpOcQOtkHy25G.99

 

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9 hours ago, hansgruber said:

With him out the way, she can liquidate all the assets and disappear.

 

And hopefully remain safe. His behaviour is violent and she may well have been threatened or a victim 

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