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Video: Shocking violence as spurned lover empties gun into ex at her work desk

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Take him to court, process him, take him out the back and give him the same as what he gave the poor innocent lady.... finished!!

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14 hours ago, Borzandy said:

We all know, in our countries, as soon as a coward is rejected, he shoots the lady.

Really? I didn't know that.  Guys get rejected and dumped everyday in Australia but can't recall the last time a guy shot a woman for it.  Maybe a lack of cowards down under.

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If being rejected by someone was sufficient reason to shoot / kill them and this was the "normal" response, I would expect the population and balance between male and female to be very different from what it is.

Yes it does seem to be reported frequently, but this is far from a normal reaction. The man is just crazy.

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19 hours ago, guzzi850m2 said:

Well if he confess, he will get 5 years only, sadly.

 

I just don't get it; your GF brakes up, why shoot her, who not just get on with your life?

 

Oh yes, this is a Thai male, lost face big time, nothing worse for them.

Farangs should be careful when hooking up with Thai g/f.  Do your due diligence and make sure she is not romantically linked to Somchai or Pornsak before taking the plunge.

 

 

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18 hours ago, dotpoom said:

I was wondering how long it would take to put this down to "Thainess".... didn't have to wait long, right from the getgo.

    What rock have these posters been living under since they were born when they obviously think a "scorned" man in their own country would never shoot  a lady that rejected them.

Firstly this is not normal behaviour in "ANY"!! society. 

 

Secondly it was stated that he had other kik's.

 

So let's think about the scorned lady RIP.

 

Some young lady has lost her life because he lost one of his hareem.

 

This is not a story about a man who has lost face.

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13 hours ago, dieseldave1951 said:

ah but it will be a Thai prison 

At least in Thailand they makes prisons and not hotels. 

 

I certainly wouldn't ever want to go to a Thai prison.

 

However I am in favour of the death penalty when beyond any doubt like this case.

 

There is never any justifiable excuse for taking another persons life.

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Wow....

 

As more and more Thai men unleash death and injury upon their wives, family, and girl friends in a  jealous rage, I think foreigners need to be more concerned now about retribution unleashed upon them by jealous Thai lovers.

 

If you get involved with someone, it might be wise now to ask if they are married or have a steady?  Even if they don't tell you the truth, at least you asked. 

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It is sad that crimes of passion, or what can loosely defined as "love triangles" lead to so many violent episodes, not restricted to the worst kind: murder.  There seems to be no middle ground for response, either people just let it go, or act out with extreme force. The lack of appropriate conflict resolution, or what can sometimes be called "passive/aggressive' responses seem to be culturally and educationally based.  Lack of critical thought come to fruition reaps horrible results. 

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On 5/19/2017 at 1:51 PM, transam said:

No life in jail, he should go and meet his and her maker....

Maker? Certainty met his own parents already...and probably met hers. Though agreed...he does need to be executed.

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21 hours ago, Destiny1990 said:

By killing the person that he thinks was responsible for him to loose face.

Your understanding of the Thai concept of  saving face appears to be left wanting.

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The death penalty in Thailand and any country would keep people like this murderer from doing his

jail time, getting out only to do this sort of thing again in the future. Bring back the death penalty

for first degree murder.

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The death penalty in Thailand and any country would keep people like this murderer from doing his
jail time, getting out only to do this sort of thing again in the future. Bring back the death penalty
for first degree murder.

Thailand has the death penalty. It's no deterrent.
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On 19.5.2560 at 2:02 PM, dotpoom said:

I was wondering how long it would take to put this down to "Thainess".... didn't have to wait long, right from the getgo.

    What rock have these posters been living under since they were born when they obviously think a "scorned" man in their own country would never shoot  a lady that rejected them.

 

 

Sure, things like this also happen in other countries as well, but certainly not as frequently as in Thailand.

Am I wrong ?

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Just another prime example of the Thai male pushed into a corner of making a choice. They are always professional artists of making the wrong decision. Just because the other one needs to deal with a conversation, that is just not going to be a fruitful and intelligent one.

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On 5/19/2017 at 4:10 PM, richard_smith237 said:

IMO: With absolute evidence such as this there is only one resolution here: Death Penalty. 

 

This specimen simply needs to be removed from existence, by carrying out such a heinous crime he has proven he does not deserve to interact with humanity, he has proven that he should not be a burden on humanity and tax payers by keeping him fed, clothed and housed in a prison. Dispose of him. 

let each of her family  have a 9mm

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I've seen this scenario more times than i can remember, it stems from an individuals deep seated abandonment issues where they without fail get themselves involved with totally inappropriate partners who inevitably will betray  them or through the lovers extreme mistrust and jealousy imagine that there is something going on when there isn't . Because of the intense feelings that this heartbreak brings they will either kill themselves or their partner or both. Unfortunately where there are children involved the spouse will more often than not threaten to kill them also.

Its all very well to have an enlightened view of this Shakespearean tragedy but don't do the crime if you cant do the time. If he's lucky he might get an insanity plea to stand up ; if not he faces the long drop 

 

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I've seen this scenario more times than i can remember, it stems from an individuals deep seated abandonment issues where they without fail get themselves involved with totally inappropriate partners who inevitably will betray  them or through the lovers extreme mistrust and jealousy imagine that there is something going on when there isn't . Because of the intense feelings that this heartbreak brings they will either kill themselves or their partner or both. Unfortunately where there are children involved the spouse will more often than not threaten to kill them also.
Its all very well to have an enlightened view of this Shakespearean tragedy but don't do the crime if you cant do the time. If he's lucky he might get an insanity plea to stand up ; if not he faces the long drop 
 


He'll walk free for a bit of tea money, until things are rugged under the carpet. Wanna bet?


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