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Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

Erstellt von DisainaM, 08.07.2007, 05:44 Uhr · 14 Antworten · 1.571 Aufrufe

  1. #11
    dms
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    Re: Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

    Zitat Zitat von Pee Niko",p="502072
    [...]
    Nun war nach dem Vorfall die Menschenmenge auf den Benz losgegangen, und hatte diesem weitere Schäden zugefügt.
    [...]
    Tätlicher Angriff auf ein deutsches Auto?
    Ist das nicht bereits ein Grund für eine Kriegsrklärung?

    frag mal den schäuble :O

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  3. #12
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    Re: Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

    Zitat Zitat von simon",p="502062
    In Kambodscha gibt man sich als Reicher nicht mal die Mühe anzuhalten wenn man mit den Auto nen Motorrad- oder Radfahrer erwischt hat, das weiss ich, leider, aus erster Hand.
    (Reiche Chinesin)
    Nicht nur in Kambodscha. Vor knapp drei Wochen hat es einen Deutschen in Samui erwischt, der beim Unfall mit seinem Motorbike auf die Ladefläche des Pickups geflogen ist, in Menam, hinter Lamai hat ihn der Fahrer dann in den Straßengraben entsorgt, weil er dachte er sei tot.
    Viele Thais betrachten dieses Verhalten als richtig!

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    Re: Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

    Khun Kan-anek Pachimsawas sollte froh sein Sohn nicht Tot geprügelt wurde.

    Habe schon öfter in verschiedenen thailändischen Medien gelesen und gehört das eine aufgebrachte Menschenmenge einen Übeltäter vor eintreffen der Polizei per Lynchjustiz ins Jenseits befördert hat.

    Da war es egal ob der Übeltäter reich oder berühmt war. Der Junge hatte meiner Meinung nach sehr großes Glück.

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    Re: Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

    Update, jetzt beginnen langsam die Kompensationsverhandlungen.

    jeder Expat sollte immer genügend Pulver in Reserve halten,
    um für alle Lebenslagen mit der Möglichkeit für Kompensationsverhandlungen überhaupt bestückt zu sein,
    den Versicherungen treten nicht immer ein.
    (aber das nur am Rande, geht es hier ja schließlich um die Tat eines psychisch gestöhrten)


    http://www.nationmultimedia.com/2007...adlines_300395...


    Beauty queen's son slapped with murder charge


    Benz driver mows down 3 people, killing one, after incident with bus


    Former Miss Thailand Sawinee Pachimsawas and Kan-anek, the parents of
    Kanpitak, whom police charged with premeditated murder after he
    allegedly drove his Benz into bus passengers, say in a press briefing
    yesterday that their son has an underlying disease.
    Police are preparing to press a premeditated-murder charge against a
    20-year-old man who swerved his Mercedes-Benz car into a crowd of
    people on a footpath in Bangkok shortly after he attacked a bus driver
    with a rock on Wednesday night.


    The incident critically injured three people, one of whom died
    yesterday.


    The driver was identified as Kanpitak Pachimsawas. He is a son of
    former Miss Thailand Savinee Pachimsawas, 42, and Kan-anek
    Pachimsawas. Kan-anek's elder brother is Lt-General Ukrit Pachimsawas,
    a former assistant commissioner of the Royal Thai Police.


    The woman who died was Saichon Luangsaeng, 42, an official of the
    Bangkok Mass Transit Authority.


    "Doctors said the vehicle pressed over mum's chest and torso. Her ribs
    were broken and they pierced into her internal organs. Her pelvis was
    broken into pieces," said Saichon's daughter, Sucheera Insuwan, 25. "I
    am shocked. I never thought mum would face such violence. I am going
    to fight for justice."


    Sucheera said Saichon's body would be donated to the Red Cross Society
    in accordance with her mother's wishes.


    "We will ensure justice for both sides," Metropolitan Police
    commissioner Lt-General Adisorn Nonsee said yesterday.


    He said investigators at Thonglor police station were preparing to
    charge Kanpitak with premeditated murder, attempted murder and
    physical assault.


    Kanpitak was taken to Samitivej Hospital following the incident.


    After he swerved his car into the crowd and ran over three victims,
    witnesses attacked him. As of yesterday, Kan-anek said his son was
    crying all the time and was depressed.


    "He has suppressed his feelings since he was young. He often became
    stressed out and hospitalised," Kan-anek said.


    The father said his son had recently lost consciousness and was sent
    to hospital. "He has suffered from stress relating to his girlfriend
    and his mum," he said.


    He said he had taken care of Kanpitak from Monday to Friday, while
    Savinee had taken care of him on weekends. "From now on, I won't let
    my son drive. He will also enter the monkhood in dedication to his
    victims," Kan-anek said.


    The father also expressed deep condolences to the victims and offered
    to compensate them.


    Adisorn reckoned that Kanpitak had an underlying disease that made him
    unable to control himself.


    "We have to check his health history and interrogate doctors," Adisorn
    said.


    Galaya Rajanagarindra Institute director Dr Sirisak Thitidilokrat said
    Kanpitak had paid three visits to the institute as an outpatient.


    "The first time was on March 9 and the last time was in April," he
    said.


    However, Sirisak declined to disclose any further details because he
    needed to protect the patient's rights. The


    institute treats people with mental problems.


    On Wednesday night, Kanpitak complained to Pol Sgt-Major Nukool
    Dechaphan that a bus had brushed against his sedan. "I flagged down
    the bus," Nukool said.


    The bus stopped and Nukool was about to examine the vehicles when he
    heard Kanpitak fighting with bus driver Satha.... Arunsiri, 37.


    Satha.... yesterday testified to investigators at Thonglor police
    station that he was checking on the Benz sedan when Kanpitak banged
    his face with a rock.


    "I became groggy and then saw the man banging his Benz into the
    crowd," Satha.... said.


    The bus driver insisted that his vehicle did not brush with Kanpitak's
    luxury car. He believed the young man might have misunderstood what
    had happened.


    "I have been driving for seven years and I have never been involved in
    any accident," Satha.... said.


    Fare collector Somjit Klaewkla stood by Satha....'s account. "Our bus
    didn't do anything. There was no brushing accident," she said.


    She said some passengers pointed their fingers at Kanpitak and used
    their camera phones to photograph his face after they were asked to
    get off the bus.


    When a bus is involved in an accident, passengers have to get off and
    wait for a new bus to come.


    "I believe the man got angry and therefore swerved his car into where
    we were standing," Somjit said. She said she had sustained only minor
    injuries.


    Another survivor, Ratchanee Jiew, 58, also said the bus did not brush
    against any vehicle.


    Satha.... also told police that a man, who identified himself as the
    father of the car's driver, threatened to harm his wife and children.


    "He said he knew many senior police and military officers. The threat
    was made in front of police officers. I am scared," Satha.... said.


    **********************************


    [The driver was identified as Kanpitak Pachimsawas. He is a son of
    former Miss Thailand Savinee Pachimsawas, 42, and Kan-anek
    Pachimsawas. Kan-anek's elder brother is Lt-General Ukrit Pachimsawas,
    a former assistant commissioner of the Royal Thai Police.]


    Now the real negotations will start, and they will have nothing to do
    with the woman killed or those still critically injured in hospital.
    It will all be about keeping the son out of the courts and saving the
    face of the family. The cretinous father's behaviour has been
    despicable, it just emphasises how the rich and powerful in LoS look
    down on ordinary Thais............ A pox on him.


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    Re: Thais respektlos vor einem Daimler Benz

    Dieser Killerimpuls am Steuer kommt bekanntlich in Deutschland auch häufig vor.

    http://www.wdr.de/themen/panorama/un...erhebung.jhtml

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