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Police rule out drug trafficking in Yala massacre

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Police rule out drug trafficking in Yala massacre

 

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The chief of Bannang Satar police in  Yala province has ruled out drug trafficking in the massacre of five Muslim villagers in Bannang Satar district of Yala on Sunday night saying a personal conflict was more likely.

 

However insurgncy related violence was not ruled out.

 

Pol Col  Thirapong Yindee, the superintendent of the Bannang Satar police station, told reporters that although the scene of the shooting was regularly used by the victims to consume krathom, a type of addictive herb,  but  confirmed that no drugs were used there.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/police-rule-drug-trafficking-yala-massacre/

 
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Never knew that kratom was addictive. Learn something new every day. 

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15 hours ago, tompelli said:

Never knew that kratom was addictive. Learn something new every day. 

Highly addictive 

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