Junta gives up on the reform of the Thai police

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From Manager, May 26, 2015
PM Prayuth: Due to your bravery… I’m impressed and can’t hold my tears… zig… zig… [sound of crying] I can’t reform you… heu… heu… [sound of crying]
On the building in the background: Gambling house-brothel
On a pink sign: Sex massages
Caption: Maybe because of this policeman helping… [Refers to the widely reported human interest story of a police officer carrying an elderly person on his back to assist him.]

[This cartoon invokes sarcasm to comment on news that the junta suddenly reversed its position and will not reorganize the Royal Thai Police (Junta reverses course: No reform of the Royal Thai Police).
The cartoonist jokes that the news of an officer carrying an elderly person on his back somehow overshadows the institutionalized corruption of the police as they manage and organize illegal activities like gambling dens and massage parlors.]

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One Response to Junta gives up on the reform of the Thai police

  1. Anonymous says:

    Pol Gen Vasit said it may become too late to reform police after some police top brasses showing an opened defiance against reform movements.

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