Mass shooting at shopping mall

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BR549 wrote: Fri Jan 10, 2020 11:19 pm Man up?
Use a bottle...
Gun crazy?
You are quite a comedian.
Law abiding citizens in the USA have a right to own arms and band together should the government ever burn up The Constitution and take back the country.
You can't do shit even though you voted for brexit.
Get your bottles out and storm Parliament.
You just don't grasp that a knife is a tool..a gun is a tool..a hammer a tool.
Islamic terrorists have been using rented trucks to wreck havoc. You going to ban trucks? Electric cars?
Man up?
Real tough.
You pull a bottle around here in my home state and a female will pull her legally purchased 9mm and plant your manly ass.
Man up?
What a joke.

Who cares? Not all of us live in rural Kentucky where you can buy a gun in a pawn shop and legally fuck your sister according to the constitution.
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John Bingham wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 4:14 am
BR549 wrote: Fri Jan 10, 2020 11:19 pm Man up?
Use a bottle...
Gun crazy?
You are quite a comedian.
Law abiding citizens in the USA have a right to own arms and band together should the government ever burn up The Constitution and take back the country.
You can't do shit even though you voted for brexit.
Get your bottles out and storm Parliament.
You just don't grasp that a knife is a tool..a gun is a tool..a hammer a tool.
Islamic terrorists have been using rented trucks to wreck havoc. You going to ban trucks? Electric cars?
Man up?
Real tough.
You pull a bottle around here in my home state and a female will pull her legally purchased 9mm and plant your manly ass.
Man up?
What a joke.

Who cares? Not all of us live in rural Kentucky where you can buy a gun in a pawn shop and legally fuck your sister according to the constitution.
haha that made me laugh! just imagine how many on black market, can they really legally fuck sister i thought just cousins
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Man was caught In Singburi

He’s a school director (something like principal)

Official news coming up
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Mish: What is the penalty here for carrying a firearm?

I was advised not to even be caught carrying a pocket knife.

Can you confirm what is legal and what isn't and penalties accordingly?
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Gold robber says he didn't mean to kill young boy
published : 23 Jan 2020 at 13:16
The school headmaster who admits robbing a gold shop in Lop Buri province and shooting seven people said he did not mean to kill the two-year-old boy or a woman employee, but police will press charges of premeditated murder.

Prasittichai Khaokaew, 38, answered reporters' questions via an audio link to a press conference at the Royal Thai Police headquarters in Bangkok.

He said he intended to shoot a security guard at the Robinson department store in Lop Buri province where he robbed gold shop, and the bullet hit the boy by accident.

"I ...(pause)... did not see the child. I shot the security guard to clear the way. I didn't mean to shoot the child. I regret that," Mr Prasittichai said from Crime Suppression Division head office.
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The full psychopath

"I shot the security guard to clear the way. I didn't mean to shoot the child. I regret that"

Is he listening to himself?
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So how did Thai police track down and arrest the suspect, who has allegedly confessed, accused of a brutal and callous robbery and shooting which resulted in the death of three with four other injured? The suspect was arrested following an intensive 14 days of forensic investigation.

38 year old school principal, Prasitthichai Khaokaew, is now in custody, suspected of being the lone gunman in the gold shop murders. He was apprehended by the Crime Suppression Division’s Hanuman special unit, following an extensive joint effort by police and forensic specialists who analysed hours of CCTV footage from the crime scene at Robinsons Shopping Mall in Lop Buri, and then tracking him along possible escape routes in the moments after the crime.
The man claimed he killed to “spice up his boring life”, :facepalm:
Police say they doubt the suspect “killed for the thrill” as he claimed, and will continue to question the man.
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Arget wrote: Wed Jan 22, 2020 11:14 am Mish: What is the penalty here for carrying a firearm?

I was advised not to even be caught carrying a pocket knife.

Can you confirm what is legal and what isn't and penalties accordingly?
Foreigners are allowed firearms in the service of the state. The permit is specific.

If you are a naturalized Cambodian the permit for your own civilian use for 'sport' is required and carried at all times.

It is renewed monthly.

Knives are legal, hence the coconut guy carries a machete.

Shady fuckers will be pulled by the boys. Good guys have their permits and are known to the police and military.

Penalty for not following the law ranges from 6 months to 10 years depending on which article you have broken. Fines range from 500,000 Riels to 10 million Riel
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Restricted Firearms and Ammunition
In Cambodia, civilians are not allowed to possess any firearms since 1999

Regulation of Automatic Weapons
In Cambodia, private possession of fully automatic weapons is prohibited

Regulation of Semiautomatic Assault Weapons
In Cambodia, private possession of semi-automatic assault weapons is prohibited

Regulation of Handguns
In Cambodia, private possession of handguns (pistols and revolvers) is prohibited

Gun Ownership and Possession
In Cambodia, no civilians may lawfully acquire, possess or transfer a firearm or ammunition

Regulation of Private Gun Sales
In Cambodia, the private sale and transfer of firearms is prohibited

Regulation of Dealer Gun Sales
In Cambodia, dealing in firearms by way of business is unlawful

UN/SCAR

Obviously there must be exemption permits.
Not sure how they fit in, but the principle of the law is clear cut.
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