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Krabi: Thai man charged with attempted murder of Norwegian - but "drug taking tourists" take flak too

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I’m sure he will come back with his friends and family 

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“The argument became a fight, during which Kiattisak swung a 70cm scythe at Mr Krogh’s head, but Mr Krogh blocked the blade with his right forearm,” Col Aphichart explained.

Note to self: never take a moto taxi if driver is carrying a 70 cm scythe!

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Kiatsak decided to go for the head of the tourist with a knife

 

The tourists can't control themselves, said the drivers

 

Wheel out the logic machine.

 

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On ‎2‎/‎14‎/‎2020 at 9:50 PM, Liverpoolfan said:

cos they are usually in the wrong.

BS, I have been working with and living amongst many Thais over the last 39 years, must be the people you meet.

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On 2/13/2020 at 9:22 AM, RotBenz8888 said:
On 2/13/2020 at 9:13 AM, webfact said:

The tourists can't control themselves

=refuse to pay 200Baht for a 100m drive.

...after he'd agreed to the fare!

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18 hours ago, ta158 said:
On 2/16/2020 at 3:23 PM, Just Weird said:

...after he'd agreed to the fare!

That justifies attempted murder, got it, why do i always see you defending thai criminals and their violent acts by saying such things you just did.

 

Or am I stupid and miss understood

"That justifies attempted murder, got it..."

Where did I say that?  I didn't condone the attack but he agreed to pay a fare and he refused so he was not blameless in the instigation of the incident.  The attack was unjustifiable, of course, but what do you think he expected, a free ride with no consequences?

 

"why do i always see you defending thai criminals and their violent acts by saying such things you just did".

You don't.  Where have I "defended Thai criminals and their violent acts" exactly?  Just one example would be enough.

The reason that I make comments here is because this is a forum and I have an opinion on what is posted here.  Just because it may not be the same as your opinion doesn't mean that it's wrong or that I defend violent acts of criminals!

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