Re: Swede murdered by Thai men
- From: Gerry <gerrymcl@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 23:31:55 -0500
Yes, that is true, but in some parts of the world the acts seem not as
random nor as infrequent as in some others.
Rover <josmith2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>No particular part of the world holds a patent on random acts of violence.
>> What a nasty story. Land of Smiles? So a thug and a boore was offended
>> when someone asked him to not block the soi with his car? How typcial
>> Thai. The scary thing is that the Dane was not left alone but hunted
>> and set up. Usually the advice is to back down and leave. But here it
>> was't enough.
>> There was another ugly story in Pattaya Mail at Loy Kratong. Three
>> teenage boys were riding on motorbikes throwing fire crackers. They
>> threw some at a black pickup truck, which gave chase to them. When
>> cornered, two of the boys fled but one was trapped as his motorbike
>> fell over. A man came out of the pickup truck with a handgun. The boy
>> put his hands up in the highest "wai" and pleaded for his life. But the
>> man shot him twice in the head and killed him. It was the execution of
>> a 15 year old boy.
>> Some of the things that go on in LoS are truly barbaric.
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