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Arrest warrant issued for the head of Pattaya police after he went abroad

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1 hour ago, Docno said:

They're treating this case more seriously than some murders. A cynical person might suspect that the other police officer is particularly well connected.... 

It may be feasible to think that he feared for his life???

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He had to go out of the country to make a bank desposit come on give the guy a break

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1 hour ago, redwinecheese said:

This the most stupid news article I've ever read in my life, by the way today date March 16.

It reads that way. Yes. 

But, lets remember, based on historical situations and decades here, there is more to this. 

Starting with social media. <deleted>? 

I think this means one of them said something about the other on social media and the other did not like it and brought it to court. Why? Because it was either true or it was not but there is other games at stake between the two. They could be in disagreement about anything from promotions, graft, etc. and the issue played out this way until one decided to make a play to the court. 

 

That the guy was out of the country sounds to me like the accuser chose the timing to make the claim so the guy would look bad. It looks like he was trying to run. 

 

Alternatively, the chief has something to hide and wanted to be out of the country when it played out in court. And send his police colleague to represent (instead of or with a lawyer?) as the issue is politicized for whatever reason. (see above - graft, etc.) and the chief is rounding up his supporters in the force. 

 

" ... sooner or later, one of us must know", Bob Dylan 

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5 hours ago, payttayasquirt said:

Every coup so far has placed restrictions on freedom of speech.. It's kind of the idea for having it in the first place,,to shut down the opposing political parties and their supporters

This is the first one at the peak of social media.

The first casualty of "war" is always the truth. :post-4641-1156693976:

And when a Government wages "war" on its opposition, restrictions/controls will be applied to media (just in case someone tells the truth)  :sad:

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It's all starting to remind me of the Khmer rouge purges ........... ( Better not elaborate it's illegal, and not inline with the party)  : )) 

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If he made travel plans prior to the date being set (and can prove it) surely the court has to respect that and reschedule. I know this is the case in many civilised countries. 

 

But if he made travel plans after the date was set....

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3 hours ago, Docno said:

They're treating this case more seriously than some murders. A cynical person might suspect that the other police officer is particularly well connected.... 

Methinks your right. Its a pi**ing match. Once they look each other up in the hierarchy of things here the guy further down the pole will postulate to the other. 

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6 hours ago, payttayasquirt said:

Every coup so far has placed restrictions on freedom of speech.. It's kind of the idea for having it in the first place,,to shut down the opposing political parties and their supporters

This is the first one at the peak of social media.

 

Not a coup, but look what happened to Singapore when Lee Kuan Yew imposed restrictions on freedom of speech 60 years ago!!!  Thailand, and many other countries, could only dream of such advancement, and their leaders would trade restrictions for such success, if only they had the balls.

 

I enjoy reading LKY quotes, but not so keen on this one........

 

"Every person, genius or moron, has a right to reproduce himself".

 

Singapore would probably have advanced faster if they'd imposed restrictions on the morons breeding.

 

 

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1 minute ago, F4UCorsair said:

 

Not a coup, but look what happened to Singapore when Lee Kuan Yew imposed restrictions on freedom of speech 60 years ago!!!  Thailand, and many other countries, could only dream of such advancement, and their leaders would trade restrictions for such success, if only they had the balls.

 

I enjoy reading LKY quotes, but not so keen on this one........

 

"Every person, genius or moron, has a right to reproduce himself".

 

Singapore would probably have advanced faster if they'd imposed restrictions on the morons breeding.

 

 

Lee Kuan Yew was a rare man he had true vision 

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It is a little childish but then I suppose it's better than 38's at 40 paces.:wai: 

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sounds like another "inactivepost" coming up.

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Perp walk @ Swampy coming up?

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