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Thailand thrives on its Drama....

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Isn’t the fact that he ran away from the law enough to put him away for a while? And since when is there a time limit on manslaughter?! So can anyone just avoid justice by running away?

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Reviving one organic law he will just claim a dead friend was driving 🤔

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This case has really exposed to the world the corruption and unbelievable lies that the Thai populous has to put up with from officialdom. 

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All cars since about 1970 have a BCM "Body Control Module".

 

In Australia and NZ after any serious crash this is accessed by the police forensic team. No warrant is required to do this.

 

The BCM gives you the data on what the car was doing prior to the crash.

 

You can "say" what you like about the speed but the BCM reveals the truth.

 

It only contains the latest data and I have no idea how big the buffer might be. It's similar in function to an aircraft black box but without the dedicated recording system.

 

If the car had a GPS then a high end model would also record speed, direction, G forces including lateral as in dodging and direction changes. Also braking effort.

 

All this could / should have been accessed asap by the police.

 

Worst case any skid marks and or time to stop from point of impact all prove speed at the time.

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I don't know why people get so upset. It's a "blood money" justice system, with the trappings of a modern legal system tacked on; a bit feudal, but hey, this is Thailand. 

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2 hours ago, Bender Rodriguez said:

Founded in 2009, Cavallino Motors is a 100-million-baht joint venture between the Yoovidhya and Bhirombhakdi families.

Chalerm Yoovidhya, chairman and chief executive of Siam Winery and Red Bull UK, controls a 51% stake, with the rest owned by Vudha Bhirombhakdi, vice-chairman of Boonrawd Brewery and chairman of Bangkok Glass Co.

Mr Chalerm is president of Cavallino Group while Mr Vudha is the group chairman.

Wheels within wheels!!!

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I will never understand why Thailand puts so much focus on university academics. In my country at least, generally university professors are mostly seen as those who could not hack it in private practice, with some obviously extremely intelligent exemptions. 

 

Here they are forever referring this amd that academic.

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I hope this fellow doesnt ride a motorbike or be may meet with an unfortunate "accident"

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6 hours ago, Thaiwrath said:

While claiming that the Thai judicial system is one of the best in the world, 

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I think what he meant to say was that the Thai judicial system is one of the best money can buy in the world, makes much more sense now...

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4 hours ago, P Funk said:

Isn’t the fact that he ran away from the law enough to put him away for a while? And since when is there a time limit on manslaughter?! So can anyone just avoid justice by running away?

Pretty much yes !

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