ASTV-Manager readers’ comments about assault on Worachet

10 most popular comments, as of 9.00pm, 29 Feb:

Comment 48: [I] don’t support violence, but…this feels damn good!!! 

Comment 50: Did they punch according to their rights and freedoms?

Comment 14: This is one form of freedom of expression, which can happen at Thammasat University.  Mr Worachet should completely understand.   

Comment 35: Freedom on every square inch, isn’t it?  Not excluding your eye sockets. This is freedom which anyone can enjoy.  Worachet should understand.

Comment 54: Move this news report to the Entertainment section, please.

Comment 40: Anyone, who has bank account numbers of the two culprits, please, pass them to me.   

Comment 51: Your good deeds are recognized right away. Now   

Comment 32: Please give me your bank account numbers.  But you did a bit too little.  However, you have done it.  Let’s each do our little bit.  The country can survive.

Comment 181: [You] shouldn’t have hit my teacher, but…[you] should have shot him in the mouth.   

Comment 336: Thai people’s Happiness Index has started to rise.  When [you] turn yourselves in to the police, I’ll be your lawyer for free, and get you bail.

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