NZ Victim of Black May Massacre

An official inquiry has only just been launched into the infamous Thai massacre where Kiwi Brendan Mahoney was almost killed eight years ago. He was staring up towards Bangkok’s democracy monument on a balmy May night in 1992 when he felt a the sting of a stone hit his back. Mahoney, a 40 year-old New Zealander whose job was to transcribe Buddhist scriptures onto CD, was shot in the back by a “stray” bullet from Thai military.


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