April-May 2010 political violence
31 Aug 2014
Relatives of those killed during the 2010 political violence were arrested on Sunday morning after they distributed leaflets in downtown Bangkok.
29 Apr 2014
Elisabetta Polenghi, Italian photographer and younger sister of Fabio Polenghi, who was killed during Thailand’s political violence in 2010, passed away in Italy on Monday late afternoon local time, or 10 pm Thailand time, according to family members. Elisabetta or “Isa” passed away at around 5pm in Milan, where she had been hospitalized for terminal pancreatic cancer.
23 Apr 2014
Mainueng K. Kunthee was the pen name of Kamol Duangphasuk, a prominent red-shirt poet and activist who was shot dead on Wednesday evening by unknown assailants.
24 Oct 2013
Oct 24, 2013 – Families and relatives of those killed during the 2010 political violence rallied from the Democracy Monument to the Parliament House on Thursday to oppose the government’s attempt to pass a bill which grants a blanket amnesty for all sides.
18 Aug 2013
Last week Thailand's National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) released a report on the "Demonstrations by the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) during 12 March–19 May 2010" on their website. It took the NHRC three years to write the 88-page report, available only in (sloppy, ungrammatical) Thai here. But the release was a surprisingly quiet affair.
6 Aug 2013
The South Bangkok Criminal Court ruled that six persons died in Wat Pathum Wanaram during May 2010 political violence were shot by the soldiers; five were shot by the soldiers situated on the BTS sky train track while the other one was shot by soldiers stationed on Rama I Rd.