Chula professor released after reporting to junta

 
The military released Suthachai Yimprasert, a red-shirt history lecturer at Chulalongkorn University, at about 5 pm, after he reported to the military junta along with ten other activists on Tuesday morning.
 
He was released on condition that he will not join any anti-coup activity and not write about the lèse majesté law. 
 
Suthachai said he did not about the fate of the others. 
 
Tewarit Maneechay, a Prachatai journalist who was summoned by the same order as Surachai, has not been released. 
 
At least 10 of 28 people, most of them political activists, reported on Tuesday morning.  
 
                                      Letter from Suthachai Yimprasert on Reporting to the Military
 

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