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. "We believe [the perpetrators] are from Burma, judging from their violent behavior. They like to use violence," Pol.Col. Sirichai said. He did not cite any other evidence to support his claim. Wit

I don't believe it's just the islands. It's inherent in Thainess. Simple minds exibiting grossly ignorant, bigoted xenophobia. And the inability to accept responsibility, hence, losing face, if it

Next Weeks Headline: Man savagely bitten to death... Po. Col. "We originally suspected the neighbours' 4 pit bulls, but after seeing the severity of the attack we are now on the hunt for a pack of B

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"We believe [the perpetrators] are from Burma, judging from their violent behavior. They like to use violence," Pol.Col. Sirichai said. He did not cite any other evidence to support his claim.

With this mentality prevalent on Koh Tao and Koh Samui, how can a Burmese get a fair trial?

Who cares if the trial is fare if they are guilty then a fare trial could set them free

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"We believe [the perpetrators] are from Burma, judging from their violent behavior. They like to use violence," Pol.Col. Sirichai said. He did not cite any other evidence to support his claim.

With this mentality prevalent on Koh Tao and Koh Samui, how can a Burmese get a fair trial?

Who cares if the trial is fare if they are guilty then a fare trial could set them free

Burmese can expect a fair trial and execution

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Man savagely bitten to death...

Po. Col. "We originally suspected the neighbours' 4 pit bulls, but after seeing the severity of the attack we are now on the hunt for a pack of Burmese men, who we suspect may be rabid. We have planted several baits of Kratom leaves in the neighbourhood hoping that this will lure the creatures in."

if it wasn't for the Burmese Thailand would be totally crime free. Why do let these people in as they obviously don't like them in the slightest.
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"We believe [the perpetrators] are from Burma, judging from their violent behavior. They like to use violence," Pol.Col. Sirichai said. He did not cite any other evidence to support his claim.

With this mentality prevalent on Koh Tao and Koh Samui, how can a Burmese get a fair trial?

Could they be witness to the shooting at the bar a few days ago, or maybe they are the perpetrators they must be as the come from myamer.

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Next Weeks Headline:

Man savagely bitten to death...

Po. Col. "We originally suspected the neighbours' 4 pit bulls, but after seeing the severity of the attack we are now on the hunt for a pack of Burmese men, who we suspect may be rabid. We have planted several baits of Kratom leaves in the neighbourhood hoping that this will lure the creatures in."

if it wasn't for the Burmese Thailand would be totally crime free. Why do let these people in as they obviously don't like them in the slightest.

You obviously didn't engage your brain before making that statement! Just so you don'y have to overtax it unduly, the answer is .......... (TEA) MONEY!!!

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"We believe [the perpetrators] are from Burma, judging from their violent behavior. They like to use violence," Pol.Col. Sirichai said. He did not cite any other evidence to support his claim.

With this mentality prevalent on Koh Tao and Koh Samui, how can a Burmese get a fair trial?

I don't believe it's just the islands.

It's inherent in Thainess. wai2.gifwai.gif

Simple minds exibiting grossly ignorant, bigoted xenophobia.

And the inability to accept responsibility, hence, losing face, if it is one of their own.

That neanderthal statement on the behalf of the Police, would get you thrown out on your ass so fast in the real world, you wouldn't know what hit you.

I hope Myanmar officially raises a formal objection to it.

"It's inherent in Thainess."

Bloody hell, when it comes to exhibiting grossly ignorant, bigoted xenophobia you take the biscuit.

As usual, you have completely missed the point.

Thainess is a plague of nationalistic, isolationist, xenophobic, neanderthal thinking.

I know plenty of Thai who don't need "Thainess".

In fact, they cringe at this backward term.

And I'm sure there are plenty more.

They are simply, people.

Don't ever accuse me of racism or bigotry.

Because you will be dead wrong.

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Why have they ruled out suicide so quickly ?.....Ah ! of course,no balcony involved.

Yes no balcony closeby so it had to be Burmese responsible for this brutal attack as NO THAI would do such a thing.....

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