Christopher G. Moore Updates: 26 September 2014

Dear Readers,

The double murder to the two young British tourists on Koh Tao has raised a number of issues. In my essay, Social Media, Police Culture and the Koh Tao Murders, I take a look at the connection between news/press/social media communication and the police culture. You can read the essay here:

So far I haven't seen an analysis of these issues in the local or international press. I hope the essay might be part of the larger discussion that focuses on police reform in Thailand.

Read a good book this weekend. You only live once but a good book is like adding an extra life of experiences and knowledge.



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