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    The seven protesters were detained without charge for seven days at Mengrai Maharaj military camp. They were later detained at Chiang Rai police station and Chiang Rai Remand Prison for about two days before they were bailed out on June 2.

    Among them are Songsri Komkham, member of the Chiang Rai Provincial Administrative Organization, Songtham Kid-arn, local red-shirt leader, and Sureerat Buathong, leader of the Mae Lao Love Democracy.

    They are facing a jail term of up to one year and a fine of up to 20,000 baht.

    Meanwhile, the military on Wednesday raided the house of Jirachote Ounna, leader of the red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship Chiang Rai 2009, arrested him and detained him at Mengrai Maharaj camp, according to ASTV-Manager Online.

    Several other red-shirt local leaders have been detained at the same camp, according to reports.

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    Martial Court sentence 7 anti-coup protesters to 3 months in jail
    Wed, 27/08/2014

    The Martial Court in Chiang Rai Province early this week sentenced seven anti-coup protesters to six months in jail and a fine of 10,000 baht, but since the defendants pleaded guilty, the sentences were halved and the jail terms are suspended for one year.

    On Monday and Tuesday, the Martial Court delivered verdicts in two cases. One involves three anti-coup protesters, led by Surirat Boonbuathong and another involved four anti-coup protesters led by Songsri Khomkam.

    The Chiang Rai Martial Court


    • #3
      Crap is the Junta going to build lots more prisons?


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