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Senior army man denies trying to murder "pretties" in their car

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He has been charged with attempted murder, having a weapon in the city, firing in the city and having an illegal weapon. He denied everything saying he sold the gun used in the attack to a friend a long time ago. 

 

!. I thought all guns had to be registered to an owner ( normally a Thai)? That's what this farang was told when I tried to buy a Glock. He had an illegal gun and onsold to someone no evidence of that. There is enough to open charges just on gun ownership.

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These army guys have friends that are on another level.

 

You know..

 

The kind of friend who let's you borrow his multi-million dollar watches and then dies soon after

 

And apparently,

the kind of friend who'll buy a gun from you, after you've shot at somebody with it, and take the blame too.

 

 

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So the army, who effectively still run the country, has one of their employees firing guns at two women in public. This place is becoming more and more absurd by the week. 

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7 Shots only one on target wouldn't like him in the trenches with me

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

Senior army man denies trying to murder "pretties" in their car

Silly head line. 

Who the hell would admit that?😈

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the old I sold or was given to  friend defense

Wonder where we heard this before ti tic tic 

NO wonder place going down hill fast 

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no one thought to go look for casings ?  Seven shots probably an semi-auto.

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2 hours ago, LivinLOS said:

The article (purposefully) avoids important details like was he in the driver of the pickup on the supplied video evidence, was he at the scene, etc.. 

 

The ownership of the gun is made a big point, while so much other evidence would appear to place him as the shooter anyway. 

If he did sell it to a friend, did he complete the appropriate documentation??

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3 hours ago, scorecard said:

And/or he believes that because he's army he's entitled to behave any way he wants and non-army underling folks should respect his superior open-ended entitlement without question. 

 

I remember, many years ago, an army man double-parked on Rama 4 Road, and a security guard told him he couldn't park there. So the army man shot him.

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So many Thais haven't yet cottoned on to the fact that there is CCTV everywhere. Including boys in brown who have been caught in stores collecting their regular 'donations'. My favourite story from this site was the shop owner who installed CCTV in her clothing shop and it caught her stealing from a customer's bag while the customer was in a cubicle trying on a dress. Brilliant!

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