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Celebrity wanted on warrant in beating of major general's son in Chiang Mai

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Celebrity wanted on warrant in beating of major general's son in Chiang Mai

 

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"Ball", the well known celebrity, is one of four people wanted in connection with the beating of a major general's son in a Chiang Mai bar last week.

 

And police have said that none of their number is involved in the bar and that they intend to go after the person who defamed them on social media.

 

Issarachanuwat Wankawisan, 23, was severely beaten outside the toilets at the now shuttered Malin Sky bar in downtown Chiang Mai. He suffered a broken nose and fractured jaw among other injuries.

 

He is the son of major general Witthaya Wankawisan in charge of the 38th army.

 

A total of five people are wanted so far including Ball - otherwise know as Kritsana Amitrasoon who is the boyfriend of sexy model star "Aum" Lakkana.

 

One man already gave himself up last week and was temporarily released by the court. Four others were named in warrants citing grievous bodily harm.

 

Police spokesman Kritsana Pattanacharoen said at police HQ yesterday there may be more arrests but the suspects named in the warrants were expected to give themselves up later Wednesday.

 

The case is being followed closely by national police chief Jakthip Chaijinda who is said to be reporting personally to the prime minister on developments.

 

Spokesman Kritsana confirmed that no police are part owners in Malin Sky and the force intends to go after the person or persons who posted a picture of a policeman on social media for "defaming the force and its good image".

 

Source: http://www.thairath.co.th/content/797921

 
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So  what the heck are police doing owning bars and patrolling too.  so cortupt.   Thailand is doomed and the next generation comining will ensure  Thailand is again the world's laughing stock and most corrupt nation.

 

Police worry about  their image?  what a pathetic rant.  stop your corrupt practices and EARN RESPECT.  you can.only demand instant words not hold dear thoughts

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13 minutes ago, marcusd said:

So  what the heck are police doing owning bars and patrolling too.  so cortupt.   Thailand is doomed and the next generation comining will ensure  Thailand is again the world's laughing stock and most corrupt nation.

 

Police worry about  their image?  what a pathetic rant.  stop your corrupt practices and EARN RESPECT.  you can.only demand instant words not hold dear thoughts

 

    This report states that the Police were NOT the owners of the bar

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Looks like the celebrity and his little gang have just crossed the line when they beat this guy up!

 

Their days, careers, businesses and wealth will surely be numbered, glad I am not in their shoes.

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11 hours ago, sanemax said:

    This report states that the Police were NOT the owners of the bar

 

Similar statements:

I did not have sex with that woman.

The American people need to know that their President is not a crook.

The check is in the mail.

I'll still respect you in the morning.

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11 hours ago, marcusd said:

So  what the heck are police doing owning bars and patrolling too.  so cortupt.   Thailand is doomed and the next generation comining will ensure  Thailand is again the world's laughing stock and most corrupt nation.

 

Police worry about  their image?  what a pathetic rant.  stop your corrupt practices and EARN RESPECT.  you can.only demand instant words not hold dear thoughts

 

It is now 1st December, way past 16th August, are you still in Chiang Mai?

 

Can't be that bad then, eh?

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IMO, this case highlights one of the many downsides to social media. At the end of the day, it is only one more case of assault/GBH/ABH and less serious than a lot of similar cases that go completely unreported. But because of who the players are, it has reached the highest levels of government to 'solve it'. Why does something like this generate so much interest to those not involved apart fro gossip?

 

I just can't get it out of my head that if the victim had just been an ordinary guy and not the son of a general and the assailants had no celebrity status how many people would know about it? 

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22 minutes ago, chrisinth said:

I just can't get it out of my head that if the victim had just been an ordinary guy and not the son of a general and the assailants had no celebrity status how many people would know about it? 

 

It's true, there's a huge public appetite for these kinds of incidents between people of power/fame etc. (or often their kids), not just in Thailand but all over Asia. But if the victim had been an ordinary guy he almost surely wouldn't have confronted the other group the way he did. It was a case of 'do you know who I am' on both sides, which is a perfect recipe for reality TV-style entertainment.

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Well, these people should be looking at a suspended jail sentence, right? I mean that guy in Bkk who kicked a 6 year old in the head multiple times didn't go to prison. In fact, they should receive a lesser sentence as the person assaulted here wasn't a child.

 

I look forward to seeing comparatively equal justice being served here. Boy, have they moved quick on this one. I guess all the evidence was just fell on their laps. It was a lot harder before with the assaulted child because all the police had there was CCTV footage of exactly what happened. 

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Well, these people should be looking at a suspended jail sentence, right? I mean that guy in Bkk who kicked a 6 year old in the head multiple times didn't go to prison. In fact, they should receive a lesser sentence as the person assaulted here wasn't a child.
 
I look forward to seeing comparatively equal justice being served here. Boy, have they moved quick on this one. I guess all the evidence was just fell on their laps. It was a lot harder before with the assaulted child because all the police had there was CCTV footage of exactly what happened. 

Total bs for that case

It shown that there no human right in the country


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13 hours ago, marcusd said:

So  what the heck are police doing owning bars and patrolling too.  so cortupt.   Thailand is doomed and the next generation comining will ensure  Thailand is again the world's laughing stock and most corrupt nation.

 

Police worry about  their image?  what a pathetic rant.  stop your corrupt practices and EARN RESPECT.  you can.only demand instant words not hold dear thoughts

 

You didn't read this properly, Please read the articles correctly before commenting on an open forum like this, as it may be understood that you are spreading unjust and unfounded accusations if a copy of what you have just written was sent to the OIC

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2 hours ago, Roota said:

 

It's true, there's a huge public appetite for these kinds of incidents between people of power/fame etc. (or often their kids), not just in Thailand but all over Asia. But if the victim had been an ordinary guy he almost surely wouldn't have confronted the other group the way he did. It was a case of 'do you know who I am' on both sides, which is a perfect recipe for reality TV-style entertainment.

 

"...confronted..."

 

Well nobody, at this stage, except those on the spot knows what he actually did:

 

- Demand angrily / threateningly to use the toilet?

 

- Use his fathers' status to demand....?

 

- Or did he just say 'I need to go to the toilet'

 

Right now the above is not known accurately by the public. 

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2 hours ago, Roota said:

 

It's true, there's a huge public appetite for these kinds of incidents between people of power/fame etc. (or often their kids), not just in Thailand but all over Asia. But if the victim had been an ordinary guy he almost surely wouldn't have confronted the other group the way he did. It was a case of 'do you know who I am' on both sides, which is a perfect recipe for reality TV-style entertainment.

 

Yep, agree totally with that. I was going to mention that part; what did the victim do in the first place to bring on the pain? Certainly without condoning anything that happened, but when you read his nickname was 'James Bond' that, to me anyway, sends little alarms ringing especially with his father being who he is.

 

But there you go, me being hypocritical and commenting on something I am questioning..........................:sad:

 

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