From Daily News, January 20, 2017
Black box at top: Regular cartoon by Khaud [name of the cartoon column and the cartoonist]
Left, above man in pink shirt: Rubbing his eyes
Man in blue shirt: What’s wrong?
Right: Do I see something that’s a mistake.
[This cartoon accuses the police of framing someone. It shows the famous symbol of the police–a statue showing a police officer carrying a person in need. However, in place of the person there is a goat–indicating the police often place blame on a scapegoat so they can claim success in solving cases.
More specifically, it refers to the case of Jomsap Saenmuagkote. Jomsap is thought to have been a scapegoat for an accident charge and has been wrongly jailed for years.]