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Hua Hin: Market trader stabs security man to death for having a go at his dog

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7 hours ago, Chazar said:

you  might  want to check Thailands gun crime rate (homicide) compared to many "farangland" ( whereever that is?) its higher than America and way over all European countries Australia etc etc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_guns_and_homicide

errrr I think you might need to pop back to your link and read it again - US way in front - did you really think it would be otherwise ?

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Lao Khao in action.

Stay away from that stuff and the people drinking them. Especially the dark stuff

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14 hours ago, webfact said:

"A" in full face helmet was taken to the Dinosaur Mai (new) market in Khao Noi in downtown Hua Hin yesterday for a reenactment. 

So did they keep the victim around for the day for the reenactment... or was their a stand in who was stabbed to death in place of him.

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13 hours ago, Chazar said:

you  might  want to check Thailands gun crime rate (homicide) compared to many "farangland" ( whereever that is?) its higher than America and way over all European countries Australia etc etc

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_guns_and_homicide

 

Yet strangely, there are twice as many firearms deaths in the US per 100,000 people as there are in Thailand:

 

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21 minutes ago, nkg said:

 

Yet strangely, there are twice as many firearms deaths in the US per 100,000 people as there are in Thailand:

 

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If you blindly accept that countries like Thailand can accurately capture the numbers -- even though they can't put two pieces of PVC pipe together without leaking -- then, you might want to think about it.

 

No statistics in Thailand are reliable - one for their lack of competence and two for their vested interest in lying to keep tourists coming.

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