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Massacre in Thailand: Special Forces eliminated shooter, who killed 26 people

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to authorities, shooter’s motive was resentment due to dishonest real estate transaction
11:30, 9 February 2020

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Police special forces eliminated the Thai soldier Jakrapant Tomma, who fired at a shopping center in the Thai city of Nakhon Ratchasima. According to Reuters, citing a statement by Prime Minister Prayut Chanoch, Tomma killed 26 people and injured at least 52 people.

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According to the Prime Minister, the shooter was motivated by resentment because of, in his opinion, a real estate transaction.

As previously reported, the attacker broadcast his actions on Facebook. He published a selfie with guns and wrote about how tired he was of shooting at his victims.

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After a few seconds, Facebook deleted the page of military Jakrapant Tomm and all the content related to his shooting.

As we reported before, on February 8, a soldier opened fire on people in a shopping center in Thailand. 17 people were killed, 16 were held hostage.

There is a masked suspect, named by police as Sergeant Major Jakrapanth Thomma, still believed to be holed up inside the Terminal 21 mall.

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21 people have been injured, a police spokesman has said.

As of 11 pm local time, security forces attempted to help those still stuck inside the mall to escape.

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