Families in Thailand pray following a mass shooting last week which claimed 36 lives, including children. Photo: Reuters
Families in Thailand pray following a mass shooting last week which claimed 36 lives, including children. Photo: Reuters
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Grieving Thais say ‘nothing has changed’ as massacre reignites concerns over uniformed men

  • Panya Kamrab, a police officer sacked for drug offences, killed 36 people last week, including children, while a soldier killed 29 in 2020
  • Experts say police often ‘buy their own pistols’ which can lead to corruption or worse, and many use drugs, which affects mental health

Families in Thailand pray following a mass shooting last week which claimed 36 lives, including children. Photo: Reuters
Families in Thailand pray following a mass shooting last week which claimed 36 lives, including children. Photo: Reuters
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