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Youth, 15, shot in the head "a case of mistaken identity"

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Youth, 15, shot in the head "a case of mistaken identity"

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BANGKOK: -- A fifteen year old Minburi student shot in the head yesterday was mistaken for someone else, police said.

The daylight attack happened yesterday just metres from a traffic police box on the Suwinthawong U-turn near the Minburi intersection. A pool of blood and some discarded shoes marked the spot where the attack happened reported Daily News.

Police said the shooter is known to them and is an apprentice at a college in the area. They are hunting him now.

Shot in the head was Theeraphat Chayhong, 15, a Mor 3 (Year 10) student at a school in Soi Hatairat. He was taken to Nawamin 1 hospital along with a friend who was also hurt. He was named as 15 year old Sirimongkhon Lunlahui. Both are out of danger.

Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity.

Source: Daily News

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity''

So they have no evidence that this was mistaken identity then, just an assumption [well guess].

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity.

So, it would have been perfectly acceptable to shoot the right boy in the head then?

Just shoot random kids, you'll get the right one eventually.

Morons.

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity''

So they have no evidence that this was mistaken identity then, just an assumption [well guess].

They have no evidence? Says who? Did it occur to you that they may have spoken to the victim and know that he had no problems with the student who shot him?

The assumption, well, guess, is yours.

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity

So, it would have been perfectly acceptable to shoot the right boy in the head then?

"So, it would have been perfectly acceptable to shoot the right boy in the head then?"

Why would you suggest that? The police certainly didn't suggest it.

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knowing the mentality of some of them this will be his excuse.," sorry mate,no hard feelings" will get the right guy next time.

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity''

So they have no evidence that this was mistaken identity then, just an assumption [well guess].

They have no evidence? Says who? Did it occur to you that they may have spoken to the victim and know that he had no problems with the student who shot him?

The assumption, well, guess, is yours.

:blink::unsure::rolleyes:-_- -_- -_- -_-

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Not a good look , the young man will have nightmares for years, maybe the rest of his life, he is very lucky and his friend to have escaped with being wounded, generally the sleep is eternal , whether mistaken identity or not , this kind of offence is happening far too frequently and it is certainly no consolation to the one it was intended for , now he has nightmares as well, the RTP needs to find out why.............................................coffee1.gif .

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity''

So they have no evidence that this was mistaken identity then, just an assumption [well guess].

They have no evidence? Says who? Did it occur to you that they may have spoken to the victim and know that he had no problems with the student who shot him?

The assumption, well, guess, is yours.

No, no, I think the assumption, as per, is on the behalf of the BIB.

However I am making assumptions on somethings, well some people, well someone, actually it's you...

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity

So, it would have been perfectly acceptable to shoot the right boy in the head then?

"So, it would have been perfectly acceptable to shoot the right boy in the head then?"

Why would you suggest that? The police certainly didn't suggest it.

Most Thais don't get sarchasm either.

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knowing the mentality of some of them this will be his excuse.," sorry mate,no hard feelings" will get the right guy next time.

Well other much much bigger fish have got away with 'it was an honest mistake'.

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What a failed state,things getting worse everyday.Scary country with scary people.The current unelected government cares only them self or cares to shut up political oppnents.They give a s..t what happens with the country or the ordinary people.With the last 2 free elected governments things were improving for the betteras long army,royalists and yellow shirts didn't interfere.With the current government Thailand goes more and more down.I have a 14 year old daughter, how long I have to wait until similar happens to her.Failed state

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Police said that Theeraphat had no issues with any other students in the area and think it was a case of mistaken identity''

So they have no evidence that this was mistaken identity then, just an assumption [well guess].

... think it was a case of mistaken identity.

What's wrong with thinking something to be the case until more information is obtained. Police make assumptions, and state that they are simply assumptions when pressured by the media, everywhere in the world based on what they learn at a crime scene. With more solid evidence those assumptions can be modified.

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Known to the police and still left to continue his criminal actions (even by a police post) that has now resulted in the loss of an innocent kid. There no will to keep the bad guys off the street.

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