February 8th shooting and hostage situation in Thailand by Soldier Jakraphanth Thomma -

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ColtWalker1847

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This shithead might have just ended the careers of several officers and NCOs if he waltzed out the door with that thing.
Pretty sure they are all dead.
That is Quite possible, maybe he had some severe PTSD shit however a disagteeement between him and his commanding officer sounds very likely.
Severe PTSD from what? Peacetime Army, bro. This guy never saw combat.

The guy is just a conscript who likely was a fuckup and caught a bunch of shit and couldn't handle it. Asian Pvt Pyle. But instead of blowing his brains out in the shitter he did it at the mall.
 

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Pretty sure they are all dead.

Severe PTSD from what? Peacetime Army, bro. This guy never saw combat.

The guy is just a conscript who likely was a fuckup and caught a bunch of shit and couldn't handle it. Asian Pvt Pyle. But instead of blowing his brains out in the shitter he did it at the mall.
Dude you're overthinking virgin with rage too much.
 

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doee Geneva convention apply to weebs an furfags?
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Pretty sure they are all dead.

Severe PTSD from what? Peacetime Army, bro. This guy never saw combat.

The guy is just a conscript who likely was a fuckup and caught a bunch of shit and couldn't handle it. Asian Pvt Pyle. But instead of blowing his brains out in the shitter he did it at the mall.
Lol, nvm in exceptional for thinking PTSD, maybe from childhood trauma but probably got told a mean name by his commanding officer and lost his shit

Yeah I guess so.

I just looked it up. The guy is 32 and some kind of senior Sergeant. So much for the disgruntled conscript theory.
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Rumors are circulating that Thomma's motivations are financial related between his commanding officer.
Maybe his CO found out he was gay and was blackmailing him?

I'm still trying to connect the rainbow flag shit to this. I just know this is gonna end up being over the gayest shit imaginable. Possibly in the literal sense.

Pretty sure they are all dead
That would just further my belief that their armory security is ass. Did he fucking shoot his way off base?

Unless you mean they were summarily force-choked by the junta for their incompetence. I'd buy that.

I keep harping on this because if, let's say, a US Marine got an M16 + ammo out of the armory, off base, and caused even a fraction of this carnage in a civilian population center, there would be so many court martials to follow it would be unreal.

Yeah I guess so.

I just looked it up. The guy is 32 and some kind of senior Sergeant. So much for the disgruntled conscript theory.
Yeah, at 32 he's probably career. Or they have retardedly long reserve commitments.
 

ColtWalker1847

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That would just further my belief that their armory security is ass. Did he fucking shoot his way off base?
Reports are he killed his Colonel, another soldier, and some old lady on the base, took some shit, then drove off the base. I don't think it was a running gun battle. He just shot up his COs office and left, I think.

I don't think we'll ever get the real story of what happened. It's the Thais. It's all about face saving and coverups with them. This shit is going to get memoryholed even quicker than usual.
 

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Alright, Oceania, check. SEA, check. Now East Asia, next.
Sorry to deflate your weeb boner, but guns are virtually impossible to get in Japan now. You're limited to air rifles and single shot shotguns (the later for hunters only). And even those require jumping through a shit ton of hoops. The precious few remaining hunting rifles in private ownership have to be turned in when the owner dies, never to be resold. No new rimfire (that means your waifu with the Ruger 10/22) or centerfire rifles are sold anymore, and I don't think handguns ever were.

Oh sure, the occasional beating and stabbing will happen, but even the Yakuza find guns to be more trouble than they're worth. The cops carry 5 shot .38 snub-nosed revolvers, and rarely employ them.

The day "Yuko-chan" struts down Akihabara mowing down salarymen and otaku with a semi-automatic rifle is the day I'll fly to Europe and personally suck Null's cock.
 

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SBS is confirming he's dead.

Thai soldier shot dead after killing 21 people in mass shooting

A Thai soldier who killed 21 people in a mass shooting in the city of Nakhon Ratchasima has been shot dead, according to authorities.
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Thai security forces have killed a soldier after he carried out a shooting rampage that left at least 21 people dead, police and military sources said.
They said he had been killed at the shopping mall where he was holed up in the northeastern city of Nakhon Ratchasima, also known as Korat.
"The police have killed the perpetrator and rescued eight hostages. Some were wounded," said one of the security sources.
Both declined to be named because they were not authorised to speak to the media.
Volleys of gunfire rang out before dawn, hours after Thai security services stormed the ground floor of the Terminal 21 mall where the gunman held out, armed with assault weapons stolen from his barracks.

Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma

Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma
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Scores of stunned and terrified shoppers fled the shopping centre as police entered the mall, escaping a bloody rampage that the gunman relayed via Facebook posts.
But it was unclear how many people remained inside the mall after police said they had "taken control" of the ground floor of the complex late Saturday.

A woman who was able to get out of Terminal 21 Korat mall gestures with her hands on her face in Nakhon Ratchasima.

A woman who was able to get out of Terminal 21 Korat mall gestures with her hands on her face in Nakhon Ratchasima.
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Shocked evacuees recounted how an ordinary Saturday shopping day at busy mall descended into an unimaginable scene of horror as the gunman entered.
"It was like a dream... I'm grateful I survived," Sottiyanee Unchalee, 48, told AFP, explaining she hid in the toilet of gym inside the mall as she heard the gunfire.
"I'm so sorry for those who died... (and) the people still trapped inside."
Over 12 hours since the rampage began, authorities gave no fresh details on the movements of the attacker - a junior army officer identified as Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma.



But speculation mounted that the gunmen may have retreated to a basement of the multi-level mall.
Automatic weapon fire rang out just before dawn as ambulances prepared to evacuate the wounded in an attack whose motives remain unclear, seeding fear among the rescuers and media massed near the mall.
At least 10 people were in critical condition in hospital, according to the Thai Health Minister, raising fears the toll will rise.
As shoppers made a break for the exits late Saturday, police from the Crime Suppression Division urged evacuees to "raise their hands" and identify themselves on the ground floor amid fears the gunmen could hide among the desperate crowds.

People who were able to get out of Terminal 21 Korat mall are escorted outside by armed commando soldiers.

People who were able to get out of Terminal 21 Korat mall are escorted outside by armed commando soldiers.
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Earlier Jakrapanth relayed his shooting spree through Facebook posts which charted the attack from army barracks in the city to the mall, where an unknown number of shoppers remained trapped.
Hospitals across the country braced for a grim night ahead as residents flooded the hospitals to give blood and search for relatives.
"There are about 20 dead," said defence ministry spokesman Kongcheep Tantravanich.
"Police, military commandos and sharpshooters are surrounding Terminal 21," he said.
A volunteer rescue worker recounted a bloody scene of horror after his team carried four corpses to the hospital.
"I've never seen anything like this," Peerapong Chatadee told AFP.

Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma

Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma
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"I just feel so sad. He is a solider he should not have fired at unarmed people."
The bloodshed began Saturday afternoon when Jakrapanth shot three people - among them at least one soldier - at a senior officer's house and then at nearby army barracks, before driving an army vehicle to the town centre.
There the gunman used weapons stolen from the military arsenal to bring carnage to a town centre.
He "used a machine gun and shot innocent victims resulting in many injured and dead," police spokesman Krissana Pattanacharoen said.
Jakrapanth's motive remains unclear.
But throughout the day he posted images of himself and wrote several posts on his Facebook page as the attack unfolded, including "should I surrender?" and "no one can escape death".
In one Facebook video - since deleted - the assailant, wearing an army helmet, filmed from an open jeep saying, "I'm tired ... I can't pull my finger anymore" and making a trigger symbol with his hand.
There were also photos of a man in a ski mask holding up a pistol.
A Facebook spokesperson said "we have removed the gunman’s accounts from our services and will work around the clock to remove any violating content related to this attack as soon as we become aware of it".
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A witness who was inside the mall before the attack told AFP that the Terminal 21 shopping centre was busy with shoppers on a long weekend.
"There were loads of people at the mall today," a 32-year-old from the city said, requesting anonymity.
"I was pretty shocked when I found out because I just left the mall not long before."
Street lights below the shopping centre were switched off as army and police units sealed off the mall.
The city is home to one of Thailand's largest barracks in a country where the military is enmeshed in politics and society.
Thailand has one of the highest rates of gun ownership in the world.
Several shootings at courthouses late last year renewed concern about gun violence in the southeast Asian country.
In another high-profile case, a two-year-old boy was among three people killed when a masked gunman robbed a jewellery shop last month.
Late last year two lawyers were shot dead by a clerk at a court in the east of the country during a hearing over a land dispute.
SOURCE AFP - SBS
 
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