Thai gunmen have been shot dead for revenge

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 Thai gunmen have been shot dead for revenge


(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});}) (); according to the Bangkok Post, the gunman is a 34 year old soldier. He first shot his commander and two others at the military base of suratampithak camp in Nakhon Rath, then stole weapons, ammunition, and drove the stolen Hummer to escape to the large shopping mall near terminal 21. The large-scale shooting occurred at about 3:30 p.m. local time on the 8th, until the morning of the 9th, there were still sporadic gunshots, during which the Thai security forces were successively killed and injured. So far, the death toll has reached 25, while the number of injured is 63. Thai police initially believed that the incident was triggered by a personal land dispute between the gunman and an officer colonel in the military camp. And the gunman himself claimed that he was for revenge. In addition, the gunman also broadcast the crime on Facebook, a social platform, during which he uploaded his photo with the gun, but the account was subsequently deleted. Source: editor in charge of overseas website: Liu Yuxin, b12060

According to the Bangkok Post, the gunman was a 34 year old soldier. He first shot his commander and two others at the military base of suratampithak camp in Nakhon Rath, then stole weapons, ammunition, and drove the stolen Hummer to escape to the large shopping mall near terminal 21.

The large-scale shooting occurred at about 3:30 p.m. local time on the 8th, until the morning of the 9th, there were still sporadic gunshots, during which the Thai security forces were successively killed and injured. So far, the death toll has reached 25, while the number of injured is 63.

Thai police initially believed that the incident was triggered by a personal land dispute between the gunman and an officer colonel in the military camp. And the gunman himself claimed that he was for revenge. In addition, the gunman also broadcast the crime on Facebook, a social platform, during which he uploaded his photo with the gun, but the account was subsequently deleted.