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Ital Thai chief Premchai sentenced to six months in jail over poaching rifle

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Prechai vowed to be ordained as a monk for 15 days to make merit for the King. He also pledged to donate Bt3 million for public use, as well as to swear off firearms for the rest of his life.

The wat Thais can be such hypocrite really make me laugh

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12 minutes ago, Psimbo said:

What, just like anyone else is allowed to appeal under Thai Law? It's the same thing with the person commenting about bail. Just because its abhorrent to some doesn't mean they are not subject to due process and allowed to use and abuse the system. Eventually he will run out of appeals.

 

I'll mention Red Bull Boy now just to get it out of the way. 🥰

 For completeness are you going to mention thaksin also? 

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58 minutes ago, webfact said:

The Italian Thai Development executive was previously handed a suspended 16-month imprisonment by the Thong Pha Phum court for possessing the carcasses of animals other than the panther.

 

He was also given a one-year suspended imprisonment by an anti-corruption and malfeasance court for trying to bribe a forest ranger who caught him with a group of hunters.

 

A suspended sentence is put in place so that if you re-offend, you serve the time.

 

Sooooo ...... he got 1 year suspended for bribing a forest ranger with the point being that if he re-offended he serves the year. He re-offended for possessing animal carcasses and should have served the year BUT, he got a suspended sentence for that. Ok ..... reset.  So, if he re-offends for this, he has to serve the 16 months.

 

Soooooo.......... he re-offends and gets 6 MONTHS!  <deleted>!

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7 minutes ago, Eric Loh said:

Can’t help comparing with the forest encroachment case of which the farmer got 30 years reduced to 15 years after he confessed. Fortunately he got a royal pardon after serving 3 years. What went wrong with the justice system when the discrepancy is so absurd.  

And the reality is that unfortunately it's been full of discrepancies, lack of fairness and more for decades and under all PMs.

 

Roll on FF...

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