A personal or political conflict was thought to be behind the fatal shooting of the son of a government MP on Monday night. But the victim could have been mistaken for his father, according to police and the politician’s colleagues.
“It’s likely that the perpetrators wanted to kill MP Chada Thaiseth. They hit the wrong target after he changed cars,” Pol Maj General Ong-art Piewruangnont, Nakhon Ratchasima police chief, said yesterday.
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