More court postponement on prosecution of PAD for terrorism

The Criminal Court of Thailand has postponed until Dec 2, once again, the examination of evidence and testimonies from the 96 People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) defendants charged in eight separate cases over the seizure of Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi airports in November and December 2008. They are charged with offences including terrorism, illegal assembly, use […]

Thai Criminal Court concludes Friendly Fire during 2010 Crackdown

Thailand’s Criminal Court inquest concluded that friendly fire killed an Army private during the 2010 crackdown of Red Shirt demonstrators in front of the National Memorial. The criminal court said that Private Narongrit Sala from the Second Battalion of the Ninth Infantry Division was killed by a high-velocity bullet fired from one of the troops. […]