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Woman held over bomb threat letters sent to medical institutes

By The Nation

 

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A woman has been detained in connection with letters warning about bomb attacks that were sent to two medical institutes before a pipe bomb finally rocked the Phra Mongkutklao Hospital on May 22.

 

The warnings were sent to the National Cancer Institute and to Prasat Neurological Institute, a source revealed on Sunday. 

 

“A total of three warning letters were sent to these two institutes before the blast occurred at the hospital,” it added. 

 

The source did reveal the woman’s name but said she was a 51-year-old living in Bangkok’s Prawet area.

 

“She is now being detained at the 11th Military Circle. She has denied any connection to the letters, the same source said.

 

Source: http://www.nationmultimedia.com/news/breakingnews/30316540

 

 

 
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4 hours ago, canuckamuck said:

You know what would be good. A translation of what the notes say. Last time I checked The Nation aspired to be an English language paper.

But would it be good English easily understood?

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20 hours ago, rooster59 said:

She is now being detained at the 11th Military Circle. She has denied any connection to the letters

The bigger issue is that these letters failed to get the government to respond in any preventative manner until after a bomb exploded. Essentially, the government discounted the threat identified in the letters regardless of who the author was (only contacted after bomb explosion). As a result people were needlessly injured. So it seems hypocritical that the government detains the alleged author, and doesn't examine and bring to justice government officials dereliction of duty.

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I read the topic headline but couldn't decide where the comma should be. Is it  ' Woman held over bomb threat , letters sent to medical institutes '

or ' Woman held over bomb threat letters , sent to medical instituters ' ? Where are the letters , do e BiB have them , were indeed letters sent in the first place , will we ever know ?

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