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Key witness in fatal hit and run by Red Bull ‘Boss’ killed in motorbike accident

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3 hours ago, josephbloggs said:

To all the amazing TVF detectives - muzzle flashes, trip wires etc - please answer one simple question:

 

If someone wanted him assassinated why would they ask the assassin to do it in front of a CCTV camera whilst riding in the opposite direction without knowing exactly which motorbike out of the two it was, only allowing him to fire once (the hallowed muzzle flash} from a considerable distance.  Amazingly it all worked out!  

Why wouldn't they do what nearly all other assassins do in Thailand and drive in the same direction as the victim, pull alongside and identify the target, fire several shots to ensure the job is done, then speed off and not have it on CCTV?

Anyone?

Why because it's a Drama of course all designed to distract our attention away from other important matters such as the governments ban on protests and arrest of protest leaders under the Emergency Decree.
now lets wait for the next episode.
P.s why is the Media so quite about it?

 

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Put it this way! This happening now... days after Boss walks free... this was flat out an assassination. 

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8 hours ago, DirtyHarry55 said:

Why because it's a Drama of course all designed to distract our attention away from other important matters such as the governments ban on protests and arrest of protest leaders under the Emergency Decree.
now lets wait for the next episode.
 

 

You didn't answer the question.  If someone wants to go through the difficulty of assassinating him, why would they chose to do it in such a way as you have virtually no way of pulling it off - night time, no way to identify the motorbike as you see it is right next to another one and is coming from the opposite direction on the other side of the road, firing from a great distance away with a single shot whilst riding at speed in the opposite direction, right under a CCTV camera.

If you wanted him dead you would ride alongside him and shoot from close range - probably with several shots.  Look at all previous cases of people being shot up and that is the way it is generally done.  Why make it almost impossible for themselves?  Ah because it's a drama to stop government protests, right.

 

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P.s why is the Media so quite about it?

Not sure about you I've seen it on the news, seen it on here, seen it in the BKK Post, seen it on Khaosod and basically it is all over the place.  You need to work harder on your conspiracy theories.

For the record I do find it extremely suspicious, but to suggest it was done in the James Bond way people on here are suggesting is ridiculous.

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One question that remains unanswered. If his alibis were any good, why did he flee? If he was innocent, why did he run? No faith in Thai justice? I should Coco.

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Where was he coming from and where was he going? Did he use this same route all the time?

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7 minutes ago, rayjed2 said:

Where was he coming from and where was he going? Did he use this same route all the time?

 

 

Sherlock................. leave it to the police.

 

 

The outcome will be the same with or without your keen detective brain.

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On Thai news the family has said he’d never mentioned the accident in the seven years since it occurred. 
 

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Definitely hit from behind and careens into the meridian. Stays on the bike when it goes into the meridian, but can’t make out what happened to the guy who hit him. Did he stay with the bike or fly into the bushes? 
The motorcyclist who rode up to that bike doesn’t appear to attend to anyone, just went to his phone, presumably to call rescue. 

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