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32 minutes ago, Destiny1990 said:

Shooting an unarmed noodle-soup seller i doubt he will impress his inmates with that story. 👎

He lost his noodle and don't know where to find it---

 

Go south young man do not pass go go and rehabilitate, change eating habits no more noodles for you change to fried rice we have you back on duty soon.

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1 hour ago, Destiny1990 said:

Shooting an unarmed noodle-soup seller i doubt he will impress his inmates with that story. 👎

Possibly,if they now get free noodles hereafter from that terrified noodle seller...

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1 hour ago, kiwikeith said:

He lost his noodle and don't know where to find it---

 

Go south young man do not pass go go and rehabilitate, change eating habits no more noodles for you change to fried rice we have you back on duty soon.

Plenty of pork for him to munch on in the pokey.

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5 hours ago, kiwikeith said:

He lost his noodle and don't know where to find it---

 

Go south young man do not pass go go and rehabilitate, change eating habits no more noodles for you change to fried rice we have you back on duty soon.

Can't help but notice your complete lack of concern and sympathy for the victim. He suffered a serious and no doubt quite painful injury.

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Yeah, and after guns get the knives out of the way too. Safely store them in the kitchen cabinets and lock them up ! The danger of having knives around is great. And garden hoes. Durians too, those things are a killer !

 

Why just the other day, a lady killed a thai boxer with a knife to the neck, and wasn't even *drunk*.

Surely, locking up knives takes precedence ?

 

 

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20 minutes ago, dutchweller said:

Here is a novel idea?

How about the government ISSUE weapons to the cops and SAFELY STORE THEM IN AN AMORY when not on Duty?

Instead you have low IQ morons with short tempers and alcohol abuse issues wandering around armed with 90% of the time fully loaded side arms.

 

Looks good on paper, but I think you will find plenty of low IQ moron drunks who are not cops walking around with illegal firearms. I get the feeling that guns are as readily available here as drugs. Like most countries. Methinks this guy would have had a gun regardless of whether it was legal or not. But, yes, using your protocol certainly wouldn't hurt to discourage such things. 

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4 hours ago, Moonlover said:

There's an anomaly in the Phuket news story.

 

''Pornthep was under close police protection as he quickly conducted his re-enactment today on Phuket’s usually busiest tourism street'',

 

(Pornthep) ''had confessed to the shooting and co-operated well with police, though he said he was drunk at the time and did not remember the incident''.

 

So, if he was drunk at the time and did not remember the incident, how did he manage to carry out the re-enactment?

 

 

He was handed a well written script

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1 hour ago, spidermike007 said:

I firmly believe that in this life, there are certain acts which define the rest of your life, and essentially represent a self-revocation of the right to consume oxygen. It appears that this creep crossed that line, by shooting an innocent, hard working bystander, out of petty rage, and an extremely undeveloped emotional nature. 

 

The officer had gotten into an altercation just before dawn yesterday and shot a young vendor who was walking by. Surveillance camera footage show the 25 year old suddenly falling to the ground after being shot. The officer walks up and shoots the vendor at a close range, but it appears the second shot did not hit the vendor. The officer also slapped the vendor in the face, picked him up and shoved him over, and then kicked him as he lay on the ground. The vendor has a 4 year old daughter and 3 month old son. His wife says normally he works as a motorbike driver, but he was helping his mother selling noodles. He was shot while he was walking back from collecting a noodle bowl, she says.

 

https://thethaiger.com/news/phuket/phuket-police-officer-charged-with-attempted-murder-for-shooting-and-critically-injuring-a-noodle-vendor

Though thoughtful and I am appreciative of your point, I too strongly condemn such behavior. But what about forgiveness? I noticed in your first sentence it is as though one should die? Is that implying a sort of 'eye for an eye' type reaction? I think the death penalty should be abolished and not used. Just my opinion.

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1 hour ago, Agusts said:

The fact that he went and slapped and kicked the guy after means he didn't realize he shot him....!, I'm pretty sure he was so out of it he thought the victim was pretending/acting out, so he got angry and went to deal with him....!!! Imagine being so drunk not realizing you shot someone...??? (I hope that's not going to work for his defence for a lesser sentence...).

 

This just shows how dangerous guns are, I think what lesson should be learned from this incident is, off duty officers, of any kind, should not carry guns... , at his state of drunkenness anyone could have picked his gun and steal it or use it,  maybe shoot him....(fat chance....! 🤔).

 

I doubt any lessons will be learnt though....! 😩☹️

 

Good analysis for what it's worth. For some people just getting drunk is dangerous. Plenty of people who get drunk never act like this. Others become belligerent like this guy. So lets included drunkenness as being an equal hazard. Guns and drunks: dangerous, both

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13 minutes ago, alekth85 said:

Yeah, and after guns get the knives out of the way too. Safely store them in the kitchen cabinets and lock them up ! The danger of having knives around is great. And garden hoes. Durians too, those things are a killer !

 

Why just the other day, a lady killed a thai boxer with a knife to the neck, and wasn't even *drunk*.

Surely, locking up knives takes precedence ?

 

 

You must be an American. If not, you sure sound like one. Insurrection lately?

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3 minutes ago, Solinvictus said:

Though thoughtful and I am appreciative of your point, I too strongly condemn such behavior. But what about forgiveness? I noticed in your first sentence it is as though one should die? Is that implying a sort of 'eye for an eye' type reaction? I think the death penalty should be abolished and not used. Just my opinion.

There is one fundamental reason to abolish the death penalty: It will invariably send a significant number of innocent people to their death due to inherent flaws in every legal system. Such mistakes cannot be undone, whereas a prison sentence and conviction can be vacated should a new trial or new evidence merit such action. The number of innocent black people wrongly convicted and lynched/executed in the US is a staggering example. 

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7 minutes ago, Solinvictus said:

Yeah, how can you not remember it? Any judge would be naive to accept that.

Alcoholic blackout is what it's called. And judges are quite familiar with it. Perhaps you have been fortunate enough to have never encountered it, but it is quite common amongst heavy drinkers. Complete amnesia as to all events occurring while drunk. With obviously tragic consequences. I have seen it at its worst, though no murders thankfully

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“He’s the one, who likes...all our pretty songs and he...likes to sing along, and he...likes to shoot his gun, but he don’t know what it means...”

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6 hours ago, Moonlover said:

So, if he was drunk at the time and did not remember the incident, how did he manage to carry out the re-enactment?

 

The suspect does not need to have actually committed the crime, or have any knowledge of it to be involved in the "reenactment".  They are told what to do by the police.

 

You could probably say that performing the reenactment is actually supposedly no indication of guilt, but you have to wonder if the reason they do it is to make the suspects appear more guilty.

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8 hours ago, Destiny1990 said:

Shooting an unarmed noodle-soup seller i doubt he will impress his inmates with that story. 👎

Nor will trying to impress them with his choice of career if the USA and UK are anything to  go by! I don't know about the USA, but in the UK, the criminal fraternity's names for the police stretch from a rather kindly, "The Old Bill" to less than complimentary terms such as , "The Pigs", and "The Filth" - treated on a par with rapists and child molesters. 

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