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<div>Thai police recently arrested a man solely for Facebook messages sent to another lèse majesté suspect in military custody.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The man claimed the messages were merely an exchange of views about politics, but the police said he was supplying lèse majesté content to another suspect through the chat and that they were part of the “movement” to defame the monarchy on Facebook. &nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Jamroen S., a 59-year-old civil servant, was arrested in early January by the military and police. </div>
<p dir="ltr">The authorities arrested a man for posting lese majeste on Facebook and said he was part of a movement to discredit the Thai monarchy on the Internet.</p> <p>The police from <a href="">Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD)</a> on Wednesday held a press conference on the arrest Jamroen S., a middle age man accused of using the facebook profile titled <a href="">‘Uncha Unyo</a>’ to post and share lese majeste contents.</p>