Category Archives: killing in may

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Duncan McCargo in The Guardian: Clearing demonstrators from the streets using military force is messy enough, but in a major political conflict like Thailand’s, the sweeping-out operation is really the easy part. Despite almost reaching a negotiated settlement with the … Continue reading

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Peace hopes lost in a sea of confusion Editorial By Editor Voranai Vanijaka May 16, 2010 The first reaction of some people upon hearing the news that Maj Gen Khattiya Sawasdipol had been critically wounded in an obvious assassination attempt … Continue reading

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http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/shirt%20military%20adviser%20wounded%20Bangkok/3022951/story.html Seh daeng in coma It’s a clear attempt to decapitate the red shirt military leadership,” said Anthony Davies, a security consultant with IHS-Jane’s.” “It’s a smart tactical move that will cause confusion in the red shirts’ military ranks and … Continue reading

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‘Is it OK to shoot foreigners and journalists?’

From Sydney Morning Herald http://www.smh.com.au/world/is-it-ok-to-sh…00521-w1ur.html ‘Is it OK to shoot foreigners and journalists?’ May 22, 2010 The sniper and his comrade are like two surgeons operating with great precision. Ahead of the bunker, Rama IV Road, normally a major arterial … Continue reading

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army snipers shooting people on may19

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/politics/39023/big-questions-linger-over-may-19-deaths

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http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/investigation/39088/missing-and-unaccounted-for Missing and unaccounted for A lack of official procedures and support from the authorities is hampering families in the search for those still missing after the red shirt protests in Bangkok Published: 20/06/2010 at 12:00 AM Newspaper section: Spectrum … Continue reading

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THAMMASAT SEMINAR Govt comes under fire over crackdown By THE NATION ON SUNDAY Published on June 20, 2010 Academics hit out at human rights abuses by officials Ads by Google Buying Land or Condo? Thailand Real Estate Legal Services Ultimate … Continue reading

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