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Vicious thug misses his target causing grievous harm to five year old girl in Udon

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

Where has the likes of good old Vlad got to when you need him. In the Middle East they may well let the family dish out the punishment. I know in the case of murder the family ha the right to perform the execution.

If it was my daughter I would want him to have a light sentence so I could get to him and leave him in no doubt of my feelings

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

READ it AGAIN please! I think your mouth or computer is a little ahead of your brain.

Where did I mention JAILS? Once?

First you have to "get" to the jail and once there, money buys more favours than in the West, that's certain.

We are talking about a country here where 18 year old males are considered children when it comes to crime and punishment. That includes murder and violent crime.

Drugs and stuff?? What is stuff? Taking a drug in my book is not a crime. It has no victim. If you equate it to suicide, you have to die first and that's a matter of choice. Here drugs is just a business. An illegal one where the authorities hold all the cards and play the deck for money, the whole time.

Either way, none of your diversive ramble relates to the issue here. Whether or not violent crime against innocent people is punished in a manner suitable and clearly, as clearly as the light of day can shine, it is not.

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how many more like that in udon?

my Thai wife says all over Thailand there are idiots on the road with large knives ...influenced by what they saw in TV soap opera's

Absolutely right, and the same with guns, it seems it's now a fashion accessory and like you rightly said these stupid TV soaps are terrible in how they display weapons. Maybe something the government should look at. A good example is that idiot with the BB gun last week waving it at motorist, monkey see monkey do mentality.

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

They do have what you say in the UK but they shouldnt have. The trouble with the West is that they want to blame everything except the guilty.

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Put him on a boat 100 miles out to see and throw him over board.

I disagree! Everyone deserves a chance to straighten out his life! So, make that 95 miles....... angry.gif

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Thailand seems to become the land of the vicious thug ! Spoiled rotten from birth, they think they can do whatever they like sad.png Thank God the ladies are nice smile.png

have you ever been to the Philippines?

..... poor little girl, an innocent victim

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

READ it AGAIN please! I think your mouth or computer is a little ahead of your brain.

Where did I mention JAILS? Once?

First you have to "get" to the jail and once there, money buys more favours than in the West, that's certain.

We are talking about a country here where 18 year old males are considered children when it comes to crime and punishment. That includes murder and violent crime.

Drugs and stuff?? What is stuff? Taking a drug in my book is not a crime. It has no victim. If you equate it to suicide, you have to die first and that's a matter of choice. Here drugs is just a business. An illegal one where the authorities hold all the cards and play the deck for money, the whole time.

Either way, none of your diversive ramble relates to the issue here. Whether or not violent crime against innocent people is punished in a manner suitable and clearly, as clearly as the light of day can shine, it is not.

Ok, I just read your post again.

So you would like to do something anally with him? Greasy and pointed?? Not my cup of tea, but up to you.

I do believe he will be jailed. And the punishment of being locked up in Thailand is all about being punished, not lightly as you are claiming.

You said the problem with this country is they don't punish them enough. I simply pointed out that punishment is lighter in the west, (except maybe in America).

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

Where do you live? Disneyland?

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Don't let him out of jail this time.

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He isnt a thug he is a piece of s**t. Lock him up for life and throw away the key. Thailand is too easy on people like this and needs to step up and hand out harsh sentences.

Alternatively give him to the childs family for a few hours and I am sure justice will be served.

Yes, agreed, I have always favoured justice coming from the agrieved. And / or an official who carries it out for them. Like the executioners of yor would.

He needs a trip back in time methinks to the days of Vlad the Impaler and get something greasy and pointed inserted where the sun doesn't shine.

Problem in this country. They're far too light on discipline and punishment.

So the jails are worse in your country? Where is that?

Where I am from jails are heated, air conditioned, have TVs and toilets in private rooms. Special meals provided according to religion, preference. Gyms, tennis courts, gardening, all that sort of stuff. Or you can study, and get access to computers etc. prisoners have rights.

The sentences are much lighter too, especially for drugs and stuff, most times offenders get many slaps on the wrists and jail is only used as a last resort.

Where do you live? Disneyland?

The point that was missed somewhere:

In Thailand they may have harsh penalties for drugs, but for violent but non-fatal crime they often do not. Thailand is the land of "slaps on the wrists" - 1000 baht fines and back on the street for attempted murder kind of nonsense.

Van drivers brandishing guns, knives, road deaths through lack of safety, the list goes on.

Also - terms for drugs and other crimes often commuted or parted after 10 years. Thai prison may be a harsher punishment than the dream jail mentioned above - but the lack of consequence and the failure to properly prosecute violent and petty crime is what gives Thailand it's higher crime rate.

FACT.

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Wow...

My Thai son is 15 and 2 meters tall.

He got kick out of school at 12 for stealing.

I brought him to Patong to live with us. He stole gold, money, and money from our business.

He is now on his last leg of Thai justice for motorcycle thief and brandishing a single shot gun in Isaan.

I kicked him out 7 times. He is now with us again. Number 8. You know Thai mothers. The kids are babies forever.

My son has not harmed or injured anyone.

This MF clearly should represent Thai justice.

Same like América. Trump wants equal measure. Swift justice.

As a famous movie states: You can't handle the truth.

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Thailand seems to become the land of the vicious thug ! Spoiled rotten from birth, they think they can do whatever they like sad.png Thank God the ladies are nice smile.png

In Thailand there has always been a saying that from the walking stage on that "Thais do not raise their children,The children raise their parents". With the "never fail" theme in the schools and the way boy children run their parents ,most think that they are invincible to any and all type of discipline and laws..As someone in one of the post here" a total waste of oxygen"

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Id like to shake the hand of the guy who did his tattoos. They are awful !!!!

These cockroaches, sadly, do exist everywhere.

I read a story yesterday a bout a man who headed his wife and smashed the head up with a hammer before flushing the pieces down the toilet . Did i read anyone suggesting it was because of an inherent problem with english culture and the way we raise our children?

No .

But then its easy to think like that about Thailand if you already think you are superior.

Conformation biais .....keep it in check guys.

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