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Thai police say 15 bomb suspects at large as two appear in court

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Thai police say 15 bomb suspects at large as two appear in court
BY AMY SAWITTA LEFEVRE AND ANDREW R.C. MARSHALL

BANGKOK: -- Thai police cannot find 15 suspects in connection with a bomb at a shrine in Bangkok last year that killed 20 people, an officer said on Wednesday, as two ethnic Uighur Muslims from China accused of involvement appeared in a military court.

No group claimed responsibility for the Aug. 17 blast at the Erawan Shrine, a central tourist spot popular with visitors from China and elsewhere in Asia. Five of the dead were from China and two from Hong Kong. More than 120 people were wounded.

Analysts, diplomats and even officials suspected the attack was linked to Uighur sympathizers angered by Thailand's deportation of more than 100 Uighurs to China the previous month.

Full story: http://www.reuters.com/article/us-thailand-blast-idUSKCN0XH0OR

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-- Reuters 2016-04-21

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So, by my reckoning, the police should only have received 352,800 baht of the 3,000,000 baht reward... whistling.gif

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From start to finish this is a false flag exercise right out of the NWO manual. These two accused in custody are defiantly each a patsy and the other 15 do not exist.

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I was under the impression that there were no terrorists in Thailand. I guess I was wrong. How can that be??????

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...dizzying.....

...I am sure everybody has lost count by now.....

...and with 500 witnesses....the case should be settled by 2020 or so.....???

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"Thai police say 15 bomb suspects at large as two appear in court"

Got to keep the population fearful and dependent upon the government for their security. Pretty transparent, One wonders when these people will learn the intelligence value of keeping their mouths shut rather than obsessively chasing today's opportunity for glory and 15 minutes of fame.

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Interesting that no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

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Thai "police" go to great lengths to embarrass themselves.

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Interesting that no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

And that some obscure or fictional group has been blamed.

They wouldn't name or blame one of the big players would they.

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