Dhia Bridal Gallery

Dhia Bridal Gallery

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DHIA BRIDAL GALLERY- kami menawarkan perkhidmatan TERKINI sewa Busana Pengantin,Pelamin,Andaman,Gubahan Hantaran,Tarian dan kanopi. Hasil kerja kami mengikut BAJET anda.Semua bajet akan dilayan dengan sempurna. untuk pertanyaan sila hubungi kami dengan segera di talian 013-9150670 (Pn. Zurie)




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Muhammad  salam, boleh emelkan semua pakej2 lengkap perkahwinan yang ditawarkan
Mac 16

Emanuel  After all this time since Hiro's tragic death it is iebcndirle that there has been no clear ballistics report from the autopsy. Pol Lt Gen Amporn's comments based only on seeing photographs are clearly bogus and it seems doubtful that he has even the most basic experience or knowledge of wounds caused by assault rifles. He seemed to assume that wounds caused by a 5.56mm M16 bullet must be smaller than those caused by a 7.72mm AK47 bullet because the M16 bullet is a smaller calibre. The reality is of course that the lighter weight and higher muzzle velocity of an M16 bullet causes it to tumble and fragment much more in tissue than the slower, heavier AK47 bullet, resulting in much larger internal and exit wounds, even though the entry wound might look similar. The surgeon quoted in the Reuters commissioned report was much closer to the mark in suggesting that the large exit wound he saw was consistent with a shot fired from an M16. However, there are certain types of AK47 ammunition that have a lead core, rather than the more usual steel core, that can also cause a large exit wound. There must surely have been sufficient evidence from the autopsy, rather than relying purely on sight of the horrific wounds. An M16 round would almost certainly have left some fragments in the wound that would have been identifiable. An AK47 round could also have left fragments behind and this would be more likely if it had a lead core. It does seem as if they are covering up the findings that death was caused by an M16 round. Otherwise why not publish the definitive forensic evidence that must almost certainly exist? On the other hand, it is not certain that none men in black militants were using M16s, although all the clips and stills I saw showed them using AK47s or grenade launchers. Anyway Reuters' management shouldn't allow such wishy washy comments such as those of Lt Gen Amporn to stand unchallenged in a such a serious matter as the shooting death of one their staff. They should grow a backbone. The Thai authorities will not dare to boot them out of Thailand. I remember Reuters reporters displaying much more bravery than their current management in standing up to threats from the military junta after Black May.
Jun 02

Emanuel  After all this time since Hiro's tragic death it is iebcndirle that there has been no clear ballistics report from the autopsy. Pol Lt Gen Amporn's comments based only on seeing photographs are clearly bogus and it seems doubtful that he has even the most basic experience or knowledge of wounds caused by assault rifles. He seemed to assume that wounds caused by a 5.56mm M16 bullet must be smaller than those caused by a 7.72mm AK47 bullet because the M16 bullet is a smaller calibre. The reality is of course that the lighter weight and higher muzzle velocity of an M16 bullet causes it to tumble and fragment much more in tissue than the slower, heavier AK47 bullet, resulting in much larger internal and exit wounds, even though the entry wound might look similar. The surgeon quoted in the Reuters commissioned report was much closer to the mark in suggesting that the large exit wound he saw was consistent with a shot fired from an M16. However, there are certain types of AK47 ammunition that have a lead core, rather than the more usual steel core, that can also cause a large exit wound. There must surely have been sufficient evidence from the autopsy, rather than relying purely on sight of the horrific wounds. An M16 round would almost certainly have left some fragments in the wound that would have been identifiable. An AK47 round could also have left fragments behind and this would be more likely if it had a lead core. It does seem as if they are covering up the findings that death was caused by an M16 round. Otherwise why not publish the definitive forensic evidence that must almost certainly exist? On the other hand, it is not certain that none men in black militants were using M16s, although all the clips and stills I saw showed them using AK47s or grenade launchers. Anyway Reuters' management shouldn't allow such wishy washy comments such as those of Lt Gen Amporn to stand unchallenged in a such a serious matter as the shooting death of one their staff. They should grow a backbone. The Thai authorities will not dare to boot them out of Thailand. I remember Reuters reporters displaying much more bravery than their current management in standing up to threats from the military junta after Black May.
Jun 02

Emanuel  After all this time since Hiro's tragic death it is iebcndirle that there has been no clear ballistics report from the autopsy. Pol Lt Gen Amporn's comments based only on seeing photographs are clearly bogus and it seems doubtful that he has even the most basic experience or knowledge of wounds caused by assault rifles. He seemed to assume that wounds caused by a 5.56mm M16 bullet must be smaller than those caused by a 7.72mm AK47 bullet because the M16 bullet is a smaller calibre. The reality is of course that the lighter weight and higher muzzle velocity of an M16 bullet causes it to tumble and fragment much more in tissue than the slower, heavier AK47 bullet, resulting in much larger internal and exit wounds, even though the entry wound might look similar. The surgeon quoted in the Reuters commissioned report was much closer to the mark in suggesting that the large exit wound he saw was consistent with a shot fired from an M16. However, there are certain types of AK47 ammunition that have a lead core, rather than the more usual steel core, that can also cause a large exit wound. There must surely have been sufficient evidence from the autopsy, rather than relying purely on sight of the horrific wounds. An M16 round would almost certainly have left some fragments in the wound that would have been identifiable. An AK47 round could also have left fragments behind and this would be more likely if it had a lead core. It does seem as if they are covering up the findings that death was caused by an M16 round. Otherwise why not publish the definitive forensic evidence that must almost certainly exist? On the other hand, it is not certain that none men in black militants were using M16s, although all the clips and stills I saw showed them using AK47s or grenade launchers. Anyway Reuters' management shouldn't allow such wishy washy comments such as those of Lt Gen Amporn to stand unchallenged in a such a serious matter as the shooting death of one their staff. They should grow a backbone. The Thai authorities will not dare to boot them out of Thailand. I remember Reuters reporters displaying much more bravery than their current management in standing up to threats from the military junta after Black May.
Jun 02

Darwina  salam..boleh x bg alamat penuh dan pakej2 yg ada di butik ini? thanks..
Disember 09

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