Looks like the Korat tragedy all over again . .

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That is truly awful. For the second time it has involved someone trained and used-to guns.

I can't fathom why such a high percentage of these terrible events involve children and in this the case the youngest, most defenceless ones.

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A drug addicted ex cop who had lost his job for his drug addiction. Surely only a mental collapse can explain his horrendous acts.
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A tragedy indeed and my thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those who were killed.  It is so sad.  The news media, both in-country and internationally are all over the story, as one might expect.  What I think is unique to Thailand is the sheer number of police, 'experts' of various types and, of course, government and other officials, who are all crowding around.  They know who committed the ghastly act and he is dead, so what more they expect to achieve is beyond me.  Let us hope this sort of incident doesn't become as common here as in the USA.