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Just when 2020 couldn’t get any worse, tragedy strikes again as a killer ran loose in Thailand, causing several senseless deaths.
A soldier went on a rampage after stealing a humvee, killing 12 people in the process
On the 8th of February, the armed soldier killed a commander and several members of the public as he stole a humvee and drove out of Khao Nok, Thailand.
As according to Khao sod english, the man identified as S.M. Chakkaphan Thom escaped from a mall before shooting and killing several people, raising the death toll to 12.
He allegedly posted a lot of photos and videos onto his social media accounts of his attack.
“I’m tired now,” he had apparently said to a camera, “I can’t move my fingers anymore.”
Those who lost their lives include a motorcycle taxi rider and a student. At the time of reporting, the soldier remains at large and must be considered armed, and those nearby the incident have been advised to stay indoors.
Postings of the incident has since reached 45,000 shares.
He constantly updveates his FB or the terror he inflicted and said ”I don’t care if I die”
We send our condolences to the families and hope that the authorities catch the rogue soldier as soon as possible.
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