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Bangkok road rage killer Peerasin Kulchutisin waited months to take his revenge on a driver who beat him up after a minor traffic incident. Komsan Intharit was shot dead and his lawyer Anusorn Wichathorn injured during a negotiation at Lak Song police station in Bangkok’s Bang Khae district over a minor collision that led to a fight on Phetkasem Road on September 27. Peerasin was detained on charges of premeditated murder, attempted murder and carrying a firearm in public without permission. He was denied bail due to the severity of his crimes and likelihood that he would flee. Pol Col […]

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I have real mixed feelings about this. On the one hand the guy is a total nut job for killing someone over a silly situation. On the other, wouldn’t you just love to do this to someone who broke your nose and teeth. In the end, both of them seem like worthless humans and so now both are off the streets. Result! 

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Article quote: Peerasin lowered his window and attempted to make a video when a second bottle struck the phone. Komsan and his passenger proceeded to get out of the car and attacked Peerasin with brass knuckles, punching him in the face several times, breaking his nose and three teeth. The killer said Komsan had rejected a request for 9 million baht (US$250,000) in damages and offered only an cursory apology.

Perhaps killing the attacker is not the best revenge as the crime did not fit the punnishment, but also the attacker not wanting to pay any compensation to the guy is a bit deserving of something back at him. So can sort of undestand wanting revenge as dishing it back out on the same line or upping the anty a small bit more, but not murder. 

 

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26 minutes ago, Soidog said:

I have real mixed feelings about this. On the one hand the guy is a total nut job for killing someone over a silly situation. On the other, wouldn’t you just love to do this to someone who broke your nose and teeth. In the end, both of them seem like worthless humans and so now both are off the streets. Result! 

Tit for the tat and scoffing at not going to give any compensation.

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2 minutes ago, HolyCowCm said:

Tit for the tat and scoffing at not going to give any compensation.

At one level it’s absolutely brilliant 😬. It may make a few other people think twice. 

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21 minutes ago, Soidog said:

At one level it’s absolutely brilliant 😬. It may make a few other people think twice. 

yep: "He want money? I don't wanna pay! Better I kill him first."

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1 hour ago, HolyCowCm said:

Article quote: Peerasin lowered his window and attempted to make a video when a second bottle struck the phone. Komsan and his passenger proceeded to get out of the car and attacked Peerasin with brass knuckles, punching him in the face several times, breaking his nose and three teeth. The killer said Komsan had rejected a request for 9 million baht (US$250,000) in damages and offered only an cursory apology.

Perhaps killing the attacker is not the best revenge as the crime did not fit the punnishment, but also the attacker not wanting to pay any compensation to the guy is a bit deserving of something back at him. So can sort of undestand wanting revenge as dishing it back out on the same line or upping the anty a small bit more, but not murder. 

I had to read the article a few times to make sure I understood who was killing who. The article says “Peerasin lowered his window”. But he was the guy who was attacked? How did the attackers get to him in his pickup? Did he get out of his pickup? All rather strange, but it does seem like a few nut jobs are off the street. What about the other guy that helped beat up Peersin? 

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1 hour ago, Soidog said:

But he was the guy who was attacked? How did the attackers get to him in his pickup?

Punched him through the open window, or pulled his head out through the lowered window, then punched him at a guess.

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48 minutes ago, Faz said:

Punched him through the open window, or pulled his head out through the lowered window, then punched him at a guess.

Well unless he got out the vehicle to fight back. Brave or stupid? Fine line…

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Minor squabble yes. But brass knuckle breaking Peerasin's nose+3 teeth was the trigger that got Komsan the outcome deserved. Fight all they want, but vicious brutal attacks be banished fr society.

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