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Malaysian tourists fleeced by Thai police end up getting their money back, only to return it to offi

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If the senior officers had any morals or brains (and of course they don't), they would have turned down the money to try and set an example that taking money for doing your job is just not acceptable for a cop.

This story was already getting coverage and now they are seen taking the same bribe money as they junior officers that got suspended. How stupid are they?

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On 3/19/2016 at 2:13 PM, humqdpf said:

The funny thing is that I bought a vaping (e-cigarette) kit in Bangkok years before they became available in Western countries. So they must have made them illegal since then. Why? Because of the tobacco lobby?

Is this part of the same warped world-view that sees playing bridge is the worst form of gambling? Don't they know that vaping is often recommended as a way of at least alleviating the craving for nicotine without having to endure the tar and other bad chemicals in cigarette smoke? Some medics recumbent vaping as a way of getting off cigarettes for good.

I have been told that it is because they were being bought to smoke ice in. Same as they are used for crack.

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