11 Feb 2016
The Military Court has for the second time issued arrest warrants for anti-junta activists calling for an investigation into corruption allegations concerning a park constructed by the Royal Thai Army.
22 Jan 2016
Thai Military Court released another anti-junta youth activist demanding an investigation into a park constructed by the Royal Thai Army. At 11:40 am on Friday, 22 January 2016, the Military Court of Bangkok rejected a police request to detain Abhisit Sapnaphapan.
21 Jan 2016
The military court has rejected a police request to detain anti-junta youth activists calling for an investigation into corruption allegations concerning a park constructed by the Royal Thai Army. The Military Court of Bangkok on Thursday at 4 pm, 21 January 2016, declined to grant the police permission to detain Sirawit Serithiwat, 23, Chonticha Jaeng-rew, 22, Chanoknan Ruamsap, 22, and Korakoch Saengyenpan, 23.
21 Jan 2016
Sirawit Serithiwat, aka Ja New, a well-known anti-junta student activist abducted by military officers on Wednesday night, says that he was subjected to ill-treatment during detention by the military. After being abducted by eight military officers in the presence of many other people at the Rangsit Campus of Thammasat University in Bangkok at around 10:30 pm yesterday, Thai Lawyers of Human Rights (TLHR) reported that Sirawit was brought to Nimit Mai Police Station at 1:10 am before being transferred to Thonburi Police Station several hours later.
21 Jan 2016
Military officers have abducted a well-known anti-junta student activist from his university in Bangkok. A warrant had been issued for his arrest. Eight military officers at around 10:35 pm on Wednesday, 20 January 2016, abducted Sirawit Serithiwat, aka Ja New, while he was walking in the Rangsit Campus of Thammasat University.
19 Jan 2016
Maybe the military government is getting a bad rap over the alleged corruption concerning Rajaphakti Park. I know one of their stated excuses for overturning the constitution and ousting a democratic government was the elimination of corruption, but it would be unreasonable to expect any government to be 100% spotless.
18 Jan 2016
“If we are arrested we will not request bail, but we will fight on to make society realise that no matter how many charges we face and how many times we face arrest, we will stand firm to tell the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) and society that we have not
18 Jan 2016
Anti-junta youth activists facing arrest warrants have vowed to fight on despite intimidation from the authorities and the risk of detention. Sirawit Serithiwat, 23, Chonticha Jaeng-rew, 22, Chanoknan Ruamsap, 22, Abhisit Sapnaphapan, 29, and Korakoch Saengyenpan, 23, five embattled pro-democracy activists currently facing arrest warrants, gathered at Thonburi Railway Station in Bangkok at 10:15 am on Saturday, 16 January 2016.
14 Jan 2016
Military officers have reportedly searched the home of a well-known anti-junta student activist currently facing an arrest warrant.
13 Jan 2016
The Thai military court has issued arrest warrants for six young anti-junta activists calling for an investigation into the corruption allegations surrounding the construction of Rajabhakti Park. According to the Daily News, the Military Court of Bangkok on Wednesday, 13 January 2016, issued arrest warrants for Sirawit Serithiwat, 23, Chonticha Jaeng-rew, 22, Chanoknan Ruamsap, 22, Abhisit Sapnaphapan, 29, Korakoch Saengyenpan, 23, and Thanet Anantawong, 25.
28 Dec 2015
The Military Court for a second time has denied bail to a factory worker accused under the lèse majesté law of defaming the King’s favourite dog. The Military Court of Bangkok on Friday, 25 December 2015, denied bail to Thanakorn S. with a 900,000 baht guarantee after granting police permission to detain him in custody for a second period of 12 days with the possibility of further extensions.
23 Dec 2015
Activists calling for a probe into the Rajabhakti Park scandals have submitted complaints to the UN and the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) while another well-known anti-junta activist said that he will sue authorities for violating basic rights. Sirawit Serithiwat (aka. Ja New), a well-known anti-junta student activist, and other activists from New Democracy Movement, on Wednesday afternoon, 23 December 2015, submitted a complaint to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), accusing the authorities of violating human rights.