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Two dead in courtroom shooting

By The Nation

 

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Police in Chantaburi rushed to the courts of justice at 9.05am on Tuesday (November 12) after reports of a shooting during a hearing. There they discovered five injured, four men and one woman, including the shooter. They were all rushed Prapokklao Chanthaburi Hospital where two of the male victims later died.

 

Deputy police spokesman, Kritsana Pattanacharoen said the shooter had fired at another party during the announcement of the verdict on the inheriting of a family estate.

 

Kritsana said that the police had arrested the suspect and will investigate how he managed to smuggle the gun into the courtroom.

 

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Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30378265?utm_source=homepage&utm_medium=internal_referral

 

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1 hour ago, MadMuhammad said:

I guess he wasn’t happy with the ruling

And that he probably knew how it might go, hence being armed and ready.

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Seems to be a problem here with getting guns into the court buildings. Second time in 2 weeks; granted the earlier case involved shackled suspects which to me would be slightly more serious. if it wasn't for the two dead men in the latter case.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Kritsana said that the police had arrested the suspect and will investigate how he managed to smuggle the gun into the courtroom.

Lax security outside of the court room,.... answered it for ya....

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32 minutes ago, chrisinth said:

Seems to be a problem here with getting guns into the court buildings. Second time in 2 weeks; granted the earlier case involved shackled suspects which to me would be slightly more serious. if it wasn't for the two dead men in the latter case.

Seems to be no problem with getting most types of armourment into almost any government building here.
Years ago things called " metal detectors " were invented. I believe there are some working models at Suvarnabhumi, maybe the powers that be might like to have a day out to go and see them.

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40 minutes ago, dcsw53 said:

Seems to be no problem with getting most types of armourment into almost any government building here.
Years ago things called " metal detectors " were invented. I believe there are some working models at Suvarnabhumi, maybe the powers that be might like to have a day out to go and see them.

That the metal detectors at Suvarnabumi are in working order, is just a baseless assumption......

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1 hour ago, Wiggy said:

And that he probably knew how it might go, hence being armed and ready.

The judge settled it but not with his approval so bang bang Thai style !

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Had some recent personal experience with courts.  There are security guards and walk thru metal detectors at all entry points.  It was entirely optional whether you chose to walk through them.

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6 minutes ago, Mick501 said:

Had some recent personal experience with courts.  There are security guards and walk thru metal detectors at all entry points.  It was entirely optional whether you chose to walk through them.

Is that where they dumped the GT 200 detectors?

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1 hour ago, wcoast said:

It could even be that he opened fire before the ruling, as the time is very early and the article said he got into a heated argument with the other party.

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3 hours ago, phantomfiddler said:

Maybe he should have shot at the judge first 🙂

Or show the gun, before the Judge announced the verdict.:tongue:

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4 hours ago, chrisinth said:

Seems to be a problem here with getting guns into the court buildings. Second time in 2 weeks; granted the earlier case involved shackled suspects which to me would be slightly more serious. if it wasn't for the two dead men in the latter case.

Time to stack up on popcorn again is then ? 🍿 :coffee1:

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4 hours ago, wcoast said:

That's it, case of beer and more popcorn. but no surprise there ex cops well just another normal day in LOS.hots 😏

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4 hours ago, dcsw53 said:

Seems to be no problem with getting most types of armourment into almost any government building here.
Years ago things called " metal detectors " were invented. I believe there are some working models at Suvarnabhumi, maybe the powers that be might like to have a day out to go and see them.

Not a particularly small weapon 

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Why is it when a farang dies the serial RIPpers come out on force and the handwringers give lectures about showing respect, yet when two Thai people are murdered it is quite acceptable to make jokes?

Some truly sick minds on this forum.

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13 minutes ago, emptypockets said:

Why is it when a farang dies the serial RIPpers come out on force and the handwringers give lectures about showing respect, yet when two Thai people are murdered it is quite acceptable to make jokes?

Some truly sick minds on this forum.

Theres always a post in these threads where a poster moans about all the other posters .

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