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Soldiers accused of beating, killing young recruit made to apologize


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8 minutes ago, yooyoo said:

Unbelievable!  They killed a person!  This is justice in Thailand!!!

 

..the thinking of the brain trust, sadly, if he had only come on time, he would be still alive... it was your son's fault..

 

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10 hours ago, kannot said:

I expect the easiest way is  to live in a  tinpot third world country run by a military dictatorship, but thats  just a guess on my part, as for how this happened in  Thailand Ive no idea, land of the free.

I wish you guys would get this straight... Thailand is not a military dictatorship, the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people, they 'restored sensible order'. And no-one is 'dictating' anything. The country is under the benevolent (that means 'kind') guidance of a man who just happens to have a military background.

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16 hours ago, cmsally said:

How do eight soldiers get access to someone in detention, and then manage to beat him to death with no one noticing ??

Most likely because the guards were engaged in the number one military activity in Thailand. Watching Muay Thai on TV. Number two activity?...Practicing Muay Thai attacks on young recruits in detention.

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46 minutes ago, Essaybloke said:

I wish you guys would get this straight... Thailand is not a military dictatorship, the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people, they 'restored sensible order'. And no-one is 'dictating' anything. The country is under the benevolent (that means 'kind') guidance of a man who just happens to have a military background

Now you live in La La land if that's what you believe. Do you work for the Dusit university coming up with polls?

I can see it now. A few months in a temple for remorse, some money thrown at the mother and all will be forgotten. I suppose you call that 'sensible order'/ I must go and throw up.

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1 hour ago, Essaybloke said:

I wish you guys would get this straight... Thailand is not a military dictatorship, the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people, they 'restored sensible order'. And no-one is 'dictating' anything. The country is under the benevolent (that means 'kind') guidance of a man who just happens to have a military background.

Indeed. But you should always add one of these :tongue: when doing irony on here. :wink:

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2 hours ago, Essaybloke said:

I wish you guys would get this straight... Thailand is not a military dictatorship, the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people, they 'restored sensible order'. And no-one is 'dictating' anything. The country is under the benevolent (that means 'kind') guidance of a man who just happens to have a military background.

And the Christmas man comes from the North with gifts for the children on Christmas Eve. 

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2 hours ago, Essaybloke said:

Thailand is not a military dictatorship

No you're right. It's actually a military junta.

On 22 May 2014, the Royal Thai Armed Forces, led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Commander of the Royal Thai Army (RTA), launched a coup d'état, the 12th since the country's first coup in 1932, against the caretaker government of Thailand, following six months of political crisis.[1] The military established a junta called the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to govern the nation. (Wikipedia)

 

By using the adjective benevolent do you mean benevolent dictatorship?

"A benevolent dictatorship is a theoretical form of government in which an authoritarian leader exercises absolute political power over the state but does so for the benefit of the population as a whole."

56 minutes ago, daveAustin said:

the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people

You are also saying no military force was used in the 2014 coup d'etat.  

I really hope you are tongue in cheek with your post.

Thailand Surat Thani.jpg

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4 hours ago, webfact said:

The mother had earlier indicated she was willing to accept the apology and will proceed to cremate the body of her son next Monday.

Does this mean once again murder is ok in Thailand as long as money is exchanged. What a country.:WPFflags:

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made to apologize??..like little school kids..how pathetic...what about owning up to the charge of murder and given equal sentencing...

But no..that won't happen here

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3 hours ago, Essaybloke said:

I wish you guys would get this straight... Thailand is not a military dictatorship, the military did not by force of arms steal democracy from the people, they 'restored sensible order'. And no-one is 'dictating' anything. The country is under the benevolent (that means 'kind') guidance of a man who just happens to have a military background.

Whilst that may be true, why let facts get in the way of a TV moan/good story???

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57 minutes ago, dinsdale said:

No you're right. It's actually a military junta.

On 22 May 2014, the Royal Thai Armed Forces, led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha, Commander of the Royal Thai Army (RTA), launched a coup d'état, the 12th since the country's first coup in 1932, against the caretaker government of Thailand, following six months of political crisis.[1] The military established a junta called the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to govern the nation. (Wikipedia)

 

By using the adjective benevolent do you mean benevolent dictatorship?

"A benevolent dictatorship is a theoretical form of government in which an authoritarian leader exercises absolute political power over the state but does so for the benefit of the population as a whole."

You are also saying no military force was used in the 2014 coup d'etat.  

I really hope you are tongue in cheek with your post.

Thailand Surat Thani.jpg

ha ha gotcha! (well, almost)

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