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<div> <div>The military on Wednesday filed a lèse majesté complaint against a key witness to military killings in 2010 and a suspect in an explosives attack at a Bangkok court.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Col Wijan Jodtaeng, Director of the Law and Human Rights Department of the Internal Security Operation Command, and other staff of the junta’s National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) on Wednesday filed the complaint with the police against Nattatida Meewangpla under Article 112.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Col Wijan also submitted as evidence screenshots of chat logs of the suspe </div></div>
<div> <div>The military has detained incommunicado for almost a week a female medic who is a key witness of the killing of red shirts at a Bangkok temple in 2010, said a human rights lawyer.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Winyat Chatmontree, a human rights lawyer from Free Thai Legal Aid (FTLA), on Monday told Prachatai that Nattatida Meewangpla, aka Wan, was taken from her house in Samut Prakan on 11 March. </div></div>
<p>On 13 Dec, South Bangkok Criminal Court held witness hearings in the inquest into the deaths of six people who were killed at Pathum Wanaram Temple near Ratchaprasong intersection after the dispersal of the red-shirt protests on 19 May 2010.&nbsp;&nbsp; </p>
<p>The mother of a paramedic killed at Pathum Wanaram Temple on 19 May has urged the police to proceed with the case forwarded to it by the Department of Special Investigation.</p>
By Pravit Rojanaphruk, The Nation |
<p>Documents supposedly leaked from the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) appear to place the blame for most of the deaths in the April-May military crackdown firmly on the military. </p>
<p>The mother of a paramedic killed at Pathum Wanaram Temple on 19 May has urged the Department of Special Investigation to reveal the results of autopsies carried out on those who were killed and protested against the indefinite postponement in announcing the results by the DSI Director-General.</p>
<p>Kamonkade Akkahad&rsquo;s brother has submitted to police a video clip allegedly capturing the moment when shots were fired into Pathum Wanaram Temple to find those who appear in it and the cameraman believed to be a policeman or a state official.</p>
<p>Pathum Wanaram Temple has cancelled the booking by a group of red shirts to hold a religious ceremony to mark 100 days since the crackdown in May.&nbsp; The abbot claims to have been pressured and criticized for siding with the red shirts.</p>