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The police cover up of the true nature of this bombing are sooooo obvious.

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@JeffLeeAUG. 30, 2015 - 06:07PM JST The police cover up of the true nature of this bombing are sooooo obvious.

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It is not ovious to me. Please explain details.

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Come on Jeff, spill the beans..,,

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"we have to be careful not to violate the suspect’s rights,”

What about the rights of the 20 people killed?

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@Serrano

Ignoring the rights of the suspect won't help the victims. And vice versa.

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"Come on Jeff, spill the beans..,,"

The bombing was done by a group of Turkish terrorists probably in retaliation for Thailand's deportation of over 100 Uighurs, their fellow Turkic Muslims. The fact a shrine was targeted is the religious angle.

The Thai cops have been arguing international terrorism has anything to do with it, for fear of harming tourism. Ridiculous.

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Well, it looks like he is a Jihadist.... not really a surprise, that was one of the original suspicions.

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"We have to conduct further interrogations and make him better understand so he will be more cooperative" - I like this.

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JeffLee:

The bombing was done by a group of Turkish terrorists probably …

You ascertain it was a specific group for a "probably" reason!

Your reasoning does not work, sorry!

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Jeff Lee, The police cover up of the true nature of this bombing are sooooo obvious.

I don’t think there’s cover-up in Erwan Shrine bombing case by Thai Police force. If this suspect in custody and his gangs are not connection with individual Police officer and then Thai Police don’t know who he was and who they are. There are many foreigners dealing in Passport selling and faking trades in Bangkok. Some were protecting by Police officers and they were doing business for Police officers. You can say somehow Thai Police officers act like Yakuza. You can buy from Gun to drug from Police officers in Thailand if you know them.

Now Mafia gangs from former Russia federation are running human trafficking, forced prostitution on girls they brought from poor East Europe nations, robbing rich foreign tourist by bait with beautiful blond girl and other criminals’ activities in Bangkok. Thai Police have lost their control on underworld recently.

This suspect was caught with 200 Turkish Passports. I believe these Passports are directly smuggled out from Turkey and some may be never used before. These Passports are not stealing from Turkish tourists in Bangkok. It’s possibly Police does not know about the suspect who was in their custody if the suspect and his gangs didn’t pay protection fee to Police officer.

So I don’t believe Thai Police cover-up story and also I don't believe Thai Police will respect suspect's right either. Thai Police officers are notorious for beating and robbing migrant workers from neighboring countries.

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"There are many foreigners dealing in Passport selling and faking trades in Bangkok."

How many counterfeiters or human traffickers blow up crowded religious landmarks?

Counterfeiters/traffickers need to take a very low profile, to be unknown and invisible to police. Attracting the police attention -- like setting off a bomb at one of the most crowded places -- is the last thing they would do.

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Bangkok bomb suspect uncooperative

Well DUH, he's not looking forward to being strapped to a gurney

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That suspect may be member of terrorist group which bombed Erwan Shrine and fund terrorist activity by selling fake Turkish Passport which it terrorist group members legally obtained from Turkish Government. It's easiest way to support the terrorist group activity.

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