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Shall I make him pay for the broken glass or shoot him in the head his choice because I have a cunning full proof plan how to avoid spending the rest of my life rotting in a Thai prison I will run away and pretend I was not there so I couldnt have shot anyone everyone close their eyes and I will get away with murder easy peasy, why am I so clever.

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I'll admit, the journalism was a bit shit, but the guy was not the owner of THIS bar, so nothing backfired on him. The shooter asked the victim whom he was aquainted with, to help him pay for the stuff he smashed and the guy rightly refused.

Based on the outcome, I'm not sure he chose rightly . . .

I think he meant rightfully, but I guess you already knew that, didn't you??

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Surely there must be more to this story then just a broken glass. You don't normally walk around with a lons loaded gun. Maybe a hit?

are you joking? ALL the gun owners (guys and some women) I know, walk around with their guns loaded. Why would you walk around with an unloaded gun? This doesn't make sense

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that is common in some bars break a glass you must pay.but they want you too pay triple the price of the glass.if I had the a bar I would not worry a broken glass is not worth dying for or getting a profit because of one.but the thai way of thinking back fired for him.he is now dead for a broken 20 baht glass

Read it again, and then maybe a third time. The victim did not break the glass.. and it wasn't even in his club. The killer......oh just read it again[ please.

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They just cant control themselves,like children in kindergarten, just do it and cry later. I also make a point of never ever going for a drink with a Thai not even a beer in the village with someone i know well, they are just too unpredictable.

You fear all Thais?, thats ridiculous, I cant imagine why you live here, you must be a hermit.

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I just imagine, times like (like so close after a huge tragic event, ie Paris) the thoughts we all carry, including this poor chap, that I/ we are so lucky not to have ever got caught up in such crazy pointless mind-blowing shit.. then you die over a broken f* glass!!! This world is just f*ed up!!! :/

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Land of Juvenile Maturity, especially the men.

Thailand is a Matriarchal Society where most boys are raised by their mothers, grandmothers, aunts, or other female family members. And a lot of these boys tend to slip into grown men's bodies without developing a grown man's mind. Think about it.

My kid entered the military as a shy mamas-boy; he exited the military as a man. I appreciate what the Thai military did for him. It help him and his comrades and team-members to work together as a uniformed, disciplined group of grown men instead of whiny Nancy-boyz. Don't think I'm picking on Thais, I'm not. I have the same opinion of male 20 year old slackers in my own country.

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Warning, don`t get into any arguments in Thailand, it could cost you your life.

Even driving on the same roads as these people scares the crap out of me, there is just no reasoning with them. What also surprises me is the number of people that carry guns here and seems to be the norm. Smiling one second, blow your head off the next. I have to wonder what makes these people tick?

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Shall I make him pay for the broken glass or shoot him in the head his choice because I have a cunning full proof plan how to avoid spending the rest of my life rotting in a Thai prison I will run away and pretend I was not there so I couldnt have shot anyone everyone close their eyes and I will get away with murder easy peasy, why am I so clever.

sounds like a blackadder plot

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Saw this footage on a Thai TV station yesterday. What shocked me was the cool and calm manner that the gunman just walked up behind the victim, put the gun slowly behind his head, fired and calmly walked away. Later, it made me think on a broader issue, and if there are professional sociologist reading this then can they clarify my thoughts. In a country like Thailand, where compulsory conscription takes place, the raw young guy who enters the armed service is trained to use a fire arm, does this same guy leave and return to civilian ways with not just with this new acquired skill, but with a mindset to accompany it as well?

Maybe some Vietnam vet may or may not have witnessed this change in their comrades mindset? Just trying to make sense/reason of maybe how maybe "conditioning" effects humans to react in, non reasonable situations. Thanks

No.

This crime has nothing to do with the Thai military service training or induced mindset.

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