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Gunman fires at Criminal Court building

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BANGKOK: -- Gunman fired at the building of the Criminal Court on Ratchadapisek road last night shattering its front wall glass panel.

Investigator of Phaholyothin station police Maj Komsan Bodikan was reported the incident from the building personnel at 9.30 p.m. last night and immediately went to inspect the scene.

The bullet pierced through the wall glass panel on the seventh-floor of the Criminal Court building. There was no injury.

The officer said it was not known what caliber or type of gun was used in the firing as the police would seek cooperation from the forensic police to find the bullet.

He also said it was not known of the perpetrator fired from a running motorcycle or car as the police have to check from several CCTV cameras in the area to find out the gunman.

Motive of the shooting was not known.

But earlier the Criminal Court has rejected the police for the issuance of warrant for the arrest of some gunmen who they claimed were responsible for the fierce shoot-out at Laksi intersection between red-shirt supporters of the government, and the anti-government protesters.

The shooting was claimed by the police to be started by gunmen from the anti-government protest site.

One of the gunmen caught in the video footage and widely shared on the social network was dubbed “popcorn gunman” as he covered his assault rifle with popcorn paper bag and wore mask. His face was also shown and put on the police website seeking public cooperation for his arrest.

The Criminal Court also rejected the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to extend the detention period of a People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader for seven more days when it expires Monday for defiance of the state of emergency. The court ordered the DSI to free him Monday after considering the week-long period used to detain suspect was sufficient, and the suspect did not pose any threat to national security.

But DSI said that it would seek extension again Monday but now press insurrection charge on him which carries maximum death penalty.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/gunman-fires-criminal-court-building/

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-- Thai PBS 2014-02-15

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If you have seen this building , firing a shot at a window, is sure going to change the course of history, what a spiff, perhaps this person should head for Burma to see the sharman and get a prediction , I recommend a tank , even that would probably stand out in the BKK traffic, this wasted space probably got their rocks off over this , if you are not going to do something proper, don't do it at all. coffee1.gif

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hahahahaha, reds or police pissed at the CC not giving them what they want, typical of these two low life organizations

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You put the Thai guy in an empty room and say hit any wall and the Thai guy says which wall.

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thai gunman manages to hit target! (unless he was aiming at the building next door...?)

If the building next door was the NACC headquarters then it would not surprise me.

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Criminal Court building attacked with M 79 grenade

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BANGKOK: -- Phaholyothin police said that perpetrator used M 79 grenade launcher to attack the Criminal Court building last night.

Forensic police have inspected the scene of attack on the seventh floor of the building this morning and suspected grenade was used in the attack as two large glass panels were broken.

Primary inspection suspected it might be a M 79 grenade but this has to be tested again in the laboratory from traces of gunpowder on the glass panel.

Police looking through CCTV camera footages from the area but did not find any suspicious movement. They suspected that the grenade might be fired from the area opposite the Criminal Court building.

A court chief judge Mr Thongchai Senamontri said this morning the court was found for 132 years and never experienced such attack.

If the attack was meant to pressure the working of the judges, he said the Criminal Court would never yield to such threat because all cases that the court decided was based on witnesses and evidence and justice.

He asked those perpetrators to think of the safety of the people although the attack would be made at night.

Source: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/criminal-court-building-attacked-m-79-grenade/

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-- Thai PBS 2014-02-15

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Somebody in the window replacement business perhaps!

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Those of you that love to call the anti-government protesters "fascists", how would you call the ones that attack the Criminal Court that is investigating the corruption on the Rice Scam and the wrongdoing of the government?

That UDD has loonies doesn't change the fact that the PDRC is filled with fascists and anarchists OR fascist anarchists.

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Those of you that love to call the anti-government protesters "fascists", how would you call the ones that attack the Criminal Court that is investigating the corruption on the Rice Scam and the wrongdoing of the government?

A bad shot?

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MGP, on 15 Feb 2014 - 13:26, said:

Those of you that love to call the anti-government protesters "fascists", how would you call the ones that attack the Criminal Court that is investigating the corruption on the Rice Scam and the wrongdoing of the government?

Coward Red supporters?

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