red shirts

17 Dec 2010
Over the past seven months or so, the Abhisit Vejjajiva administration appears to have perfected the recipe to make a mockery of truth and reconciliation when it comes to the handling of red-shirt protests and their aftermath, which led to 91 deaths and two thousands injuries.
17 Dec 2010
Papatchanan Ching-in has been found guilty of lèse majesté for her involvement in a red-shirt protest against the President of the Privy Council in Nakhon Ratchasima in April last year.
15 Dec 2010
The Army Chief has dismissed Phue Thai MP and red-shirt leader Jatuporn Prompan’s allegations that the army was involved in the deaths of red shirts in April and May.
13 Dec 2010
Two detained red shirts, who were recently released after serving six months for violating the emergency decree in May, said they received no proper legal representation or counselling and were summarily handed down six-month imprisonment terms.
8 Dec 2010
Inactive since the military crackdown on May 19, the Democratic Alliance against Dictatorship (DAAD) came back to life with the naming of Thida Tawornsate Tojirakarn, the wife of jailed co-leader Weng Tojirakarn, as the acting chairperson of the movement on Wednesday.
6 Dec 2010
The provincial court in Mukdahan has denied bail requests from 19 red shirts remaining in detention, including some who are ill and a student, on the grounds that their alleged offences carry severe penalties and they might flee.
5 Dec 2010
Sombat Boonngam-anong, leader of the Red Sunday group, has cancelled his political talk show scheduled for 5 Dec, after receiving much pressure and a bomb threat.
4 Dec 2010
Nikorn Srikamma has been set free after the court sentenced him to two years in jail, reduced to 6 months because he had confessed and behaved well.
30 Nov 2010
by Chairit Yonpiam and Cholthicha Lermthong, Post Today Numbers were not the point of the latest yellow-shirt rally, because the rally was aimed at exposing the Abhisit government’s hidden agenda in amending the constitution, to show the public that this government could not be trusted, said Suriyasai Katasila, coordinator of the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), in an interview with Post Today about the low turnout of PAD supporters in front of Parliament on 23-25 Nov.
26 Nov 2010
A worker for a car cleaning service in Mukdahan is the latest suspect to be arrested by police for the burning of the provincial hall during the unrest on 19 May.
21 Nov 2010
Police arrested a flip-flop vendor at the red shirt rally at Ratchaprasong intersection, and confiscated about 100 pairs of flip-flops bearing the PM’s face.
19 Nov 2010
Wasu Suriyakansai, 59, was beaten unconscious by soldiers during the military crackdown on the red shirts on the afternoon of 10 April at Ratchadamnoen Rd.  He regained consciousness three days later in hospital.  The People’s Information Centre (PIC) visited him and his wife at their home in Klong Luang district, Pathum Thani.

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