15 Oct 2012
Thanthawut Taweewarodomkul (also known as “Num” and “Num Red Non”) is a 40-year-old father currently serving a 13-year sentence for alleged violations of Article 112 and the 2007 Computer Crimes Act. In September 2012, he withdrew his appeal petition as part of the process of applying for a pardon. Shortly thereafter, he wrote this letter to his lawyer, Anon Numpa, who then posted it on the website of the Ratsadornprasong Legal Institute.
29 Aug 2012
On 24 Aug, Warawut Thanangkorn, aka Suchart Nakbangsai, and Suriyan Kokpuey were released from Bangkok Remand Prison under the 2012 Royal Decree for Royal Pardon on the occasion of HM the Queen’s birthday on 12 Aug.
30 Nov 2010
On 24 Nov, the Criminal Court sentenced Warawut Thanangkorn, who used the name Suchart Nakbangsai in cyber political forums, to three years’ imprisonment, after the prosecution brought the case to court the day before. The court found him guilty of violating Section 112 of the Criminal Code, and gave him 6 years. But as he confessed to the crime, the sentence was commuted to three years.
10 Nov 2010
Warawut Thanangkorn, known as Suchart Nakbangsai in cyber political forums, who was arrested for lèse majesté on 1 Nov, told Prachachat Thurakij newspaper that he would not fight his case in court, and expected to do time in jail and then seek leniency for an early release as in the cases of Suwicha Thakor and Bunyuen Prasertying.