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Pattaya: One dead, one seriously injured after nightclub shooting

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51 minutes ago, BestB said:

Indeed, it says popular nightspot, but it’s a dump in a dump of a Soi . Not only patron was armed but the guards  as well.

Yeah, I know the soi well, a friend d of mine is a manger of a small hotel that is almost in the picture. It's a tiny bar that's only attended by Thais in very small numbers.

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Arrests are expected shortly with those responsible expected to give themselves up today.

 

     Perhaps not. 

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"And if he started shooting first then he got what he deserved, although those that shot him might be able to claim self defense"....... I agree, self defense, fine the guards 200THB EACH for carrying a firearm if NO permit, 1 hour of community service.

Think of what COULD have happened if nobody ( security ) was not armed - how many people COULD have been killed or wounded. 

This is ONE time I approve of returning the violence.

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Lucky no innocent bystanders were killed...can't muster any sympathy for the deceased...🤔

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What's the weather like in Pattaya today fine with a touch of leaden laden hail as the locals loose off their cannons🤔    

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

"big player"

not any more

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3 hours ago, jacko45k said:

So people can wander in and out with guns!

Yup...Just like Texas and Florida.

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1 hour ago, edwardflory said:

"And if he started shooting first then he got what he deserved, although those that shot him might be able to claim self defense"....... I agree, self defense, fine the guards 200THB EACH for carrying a firearm if NO permit, 1 hour of community service.

Think of what COULD have happened if nobody ( security ) was not armed - how many people COULD have been killed or wounded. 

This is ONE time I approve of returning the violence.

Could be said that the guards have already performed their "Community Service"

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4 hours ago, jacko45k said:

So people can wander in and out with guns!

 

And "security" are apparently carrying guns. Off duty police or military??

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7 hours ago, Just1Voice said:

The Old West is alive and well in Thailand. 

 

Just as it is in America!! and they will NEVER learn

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7 hours ago, ThreeEyedRaven said:

Pattaya experiencing an entirely new form of Boom Boom then.

And if he started shooting first then he got what he deserved, although those that shot him might be able to claim self defense, I am sure they will still have some explaining to do about why they were also armed. 

It's not entirely new at all.

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2 hours ago, oldrunner said:

Same problem in England but more polite, same 9mm results.

nonsense gun crime in the UK is absolutely TINY

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7 hours ago, ThreeEyedRaven said:

Pattaya experiencing an entirely new form of Boom Boom then.

And if he started shooting first then he got what he deserved, although those that shot him might be able to claim self defense, I am sure they will still have some explaining to do about why they were also armed. 

press sort news by date, and later press the last page available, and you will see shootings was often, along with armed robberies, stabbings, attacks, and many many cases against tourists

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