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Criminal Court rules taxi driver killed by troops

Bangkok : Thailand | Sep 17, 2012 at 1:02 AM PDT
Source: The Nation
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Phan Khamkong was shot dead between 12.05am and 1am on May 16. He was shot in the left chest and the bullet also pierced his right arm. The court ruled that troops who were carrying out the operation fired at a van driven by Samorn Maithong when it was trying to break through the security checkpoint of troops... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation
 
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