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Burmese man beaten unconscious by the mob after taking little boy hostage

 

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The drug crazed Burmese man holds a scythe to the little boy's throat in hostage drama. Picture: Thai Rath

 

Police in the western Thai border town of Mae Sot, Tak, were called to a village where a Burmese man had taken a little boy hostage.

 

Jor Jor, 45, was holding a rice cutting scythe to the screaming Burmese boy's neck and demanding to be sent back to Myawaddy on the other side of the border.

 

Police talked to the drug crazed man for more than an hour until an interpreter helped out and it was decided to bring a three wheeler to supposedly transport him across the border.

 

But as cops pretended to comply by offering the man a cooling drink a charge was made and the scythe was wrenched from the man's hand.

 

Then the mob who had gathered helped out by beating Jor Jor senseless, said Thai Rath.

 

He was taken away to face prosecution.

 

The boy was treated at the scene and was recovering in hospital from cuts to his face and neck.

 

Source: Thai Rath

 
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just another drug nutter loose. Druggies, they deserve the worst. imo

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2 hours ago, jerojero said:

Police had him subdued then let a mob attack him. What he did was horrible but police allowance of, or participation in, vigilante justice is also very wrong.

 

 

he deserved a bloody hiding. but on a similar note. years ago. maybe 20 i guess i was in pnhom pen and sitting downstairs in the restaurant area of the hotel i was staying in. eating away and there was all of a sudden a lot of commotion and basically the police had grabs 2 kids off a motorbike. late teens, around my age at the time i guess. anyway. it was 2 coppers both with AK's. after a bit of shouting and stuff a load of motorbike taxi guys from the other side of the street descended on them and the police stood back and let them start kicking the absolute shit out of them. one guy comes over with a big petrol container and throws it over one of the kids and they set him alight. i then said to the bird i was with, right upstairs i''m not watching this. few minutes later from the room, heard a couple of gun shots. stayed in that night! few days later was in siem riep and was reading and english language paper which looked more like a booklet at the time. turns out both were dead including one by fire. the other managed to escape the group some how and the police shot him in the back killing him. their crime? stole the bike they were on from the airport. true story

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23 minutes ago, Happy enough said:

he deserved a bloody hiding. but on a similar note. years ago. maybe 20 i guess i was in pnhom pen and sitting downstairs in the restaurant area of the hotel i was staying in. eating away and there was all of a sudden a lot of commotion and basically the police had grabs 2 kids off a motorbike. late teens, around my age at the time i guess. anyway. it was 2 coppers both with AK's. after a bit of shouting and stuff a load of motorbike taxi guys from the other side of the street descended on them and the police stood back and let them start kicking the absolute shit out of them. one guy comes over with a big petrol container and throws it over one of the kids and they set him alight. i then said to the bird i was with, right upstairs i''m not watching this. few minutes later from the room, heard a couple of gun shots. stayed in that night! few days later was in siem riep and was reading and english language paper which looked more like a booklet at the time. turns out both were dead including one by fire. the other managed to escape the group some how and the police shot him in the back killing him. their crime? stole the bike they were on from the airport. true story

Some times you think turning the other way is the best policy,

I bet you run that story over and over in your head something never forgotten, 

A voice may have helped those fellas , would you risk your life for a stranger, 

and I guess you made your choice,

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10 minutes ago, Happy enough said:

not a chance in hell i was getting involved with that mob. first time in that place. didn't know the rules. get the <deleted> out of there was my reaction and I'm not ashamed to admit it

I am not judging you , I don't know what I would have done either , you made your choice , and I think the event will be with you for all time

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56 minutes ago, Happy enough said:

he deserved a bloody hiding. but on a similar note. years ago. maybe 20 i guess i was in pnhom pen and sitting downstairs in the restaurant area of the hotel i was staying in. eating away and there was all of a sudden a lot of commotion and basically the police had grabs 2 kids off a motorbike. late teens, around my age at the time i guess. anyway. it was 2 coppers both with AK's. after a bit of shouting and stuff a load of motorbike taxi guys from the other side of the street descended on them and the police stood back and let them start kicking the absolute shit out of them. one guy comes over with a big petrol container and throws it over one of the kids and they set him alight. i then said to the bird i was with, right upstairs i''m not watching this. few minutes later from the room, heard a couple of gun shots. stayed in that night! few days later was in siem riep and was reading and english language paper which looked more like a booklet at the time. turns out both were dead including one by fire. the other managed to escape the group some how and the police shot him in the back killing him. their crime? stole the bike they were on from the airport. true story

Yeah. I ve seen a mob in west africa killing a thief with hammer and nails. Plain daylight. Changed my view on "poor africans" that day.... some days later i was at refugee camp and easily "understood" why so many people/kids had chopped off arms... some "cultures" have different "traditions"... as for cambodia... post khmer rouge era was dominated by violence and pts... 

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3 hours ago, steven100 said:

just another drug nutter loose. Druggies, they deserve the worst. imo

No, the one deserving the worst are the dealers and the corrupted ones who take money to turn a blind eye or actively contribute to the traffic...

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23 minutes ago, Donotdisturb said:

Drugs should be legal. Indeed. Cheers!

 

Alcohol is already legal and America is going to pot !

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