Submitted on Mon, 2018-02-05 13:31
An anonymous graffiti artist has vanished after saying that the police are hunting him for painting a mural mocking the deputy junta head in public.
The anonymous street artist-activist complained that security forces were persecuting him for expressing himself in a message posted to his Facebook page over the weekend.
“To the police who sent officers to go to my acquaintances’ homes in the middle of the night, your methods are not quite the police’s way to do things … I only expressed my thoughts through art, the way it works in other countries,” he wrote at the now-inaccessible Headache Stencil page Saturday after his graffiti was whitewashed over. “I didn’t kill anyone. You don’t need to hunt me down.”
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The mural mocking Gen Prawit (Photo from Headache Stencil’s Facebook page)