WARNING – GRAPHIC VIDEO OF ACTUAL MURDER
THAI MAN CAUGHT ON VIDEO MURDERING HIS FIANCE AND HER MOTHER – Police are looking to track down and capture, either dead or alive, a man who shot and murdered his fiancé and her mother, in cold blood.
The murder took place in the front home office of their auto business, as captured on CCTV, in which the video clearly shows the Thai man getting agitated before finally standing up, pulling out his gun, and murdering the two instantly.
The murderer then walks calmly out of the shop and is seen dancing; obviously ecstatic of his achievements.
Police have named the murderer as Tasapol Haekla and have issued a directive to capture him without delay; either dead or alive.
The ‘dead or alive’ order; known in Thai as a ‘Jub Tai’ is rarely issued and literally translated means “catch dead”.
The police stated that Tasapol must be captured at all costs as he is roaming around with a loaded firearm and could murder others that come into contact with him.
According to witnesses and friends of the couple, they appeared happy together and were due to marry next month.
Thailand is currently experiencing a number of high-profile issues; including human trafficking and the ever rising violent gun crime rate.
Thailand currently has some 63 million citizens, 1/6th the population of the United States of America and yet Thailand’s gun crime is 6 times that of the U.S.
Gun crime in Thailand continues to worry foreign ambassadors as a number of foreign tourists have been murdered over the years; often over petty disputes.
One expat we spoke to gave us this statement anonymously…
“Murdering someone is often seen in Thailand as the quickest and is an easy way to settle a dispute. There have been numerous cases of off-duty policemen out drinking with friends who get into an argument resulting in the policeman pulling his gun and murdering.
When it comes to doing business in Thailand this is the most perilous activity; for foreigners and Thais alike. Often business disputes are settled with assassinations and it’s often police officers who are contracted to do the killings.
Thailand is not the wonderful tourist destination that the Thai Government promotes; it is a highly volatile society where murder is common. Thais are rarely able to sit down and talk a problem through and come to an amicable solution without it resulting in violence.
Frankly, Thailand is nothing more than a whore house with a drink, drug and gun problem.” Anon
Recently a number of murders have occurred involving foreigners being killed by Thais and there seems no end to the carnage in sight.
If you are thinking about traveling to Thailand it is advisable you do not get into any altercation with a Thai, especially if they are in a group, and do not engage in any type of business. Some feel that Thailand is best avoided altogether until the Government and the Thais change their perception of foreigners and tackle gun crime.
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