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By Prachatai |
<p>Amidst the hype of Valentine&rsquo;s Day, a Facebook page administrator found herself being stalked and verbally abused by men who claimed to be policemen. Activist friends who came to her assistance were also harassed.</p>
By Harrison George |
<p>HG&#39;s story over a scenario when an excessive use of plastic (bags?)&nbsp;becomes the National Police&#39;s&nbsp;agenda.</p>
By Harrison George |
<p>The Good Samaritan may soon be extinct in Thailand if the police response to a recent road traffic accident becomes the norm.</p> <p>It all started with a run of the mill hit-and-run. A tinted-window Mercedes (is there any other kind?) side-swiped a bicycle that was dutifully trundling along in the gutter, bringing down both rider and machine. Nothing life-threatening and the bike was damaged but repairable.</p> <p>Not that the Merc driver knew. He was long gone.</p>
<div> <div>Along with the removal of the 1932 Revolution memorial plaque, recordings from 11 CCTVs surrounding the site seem likewise to have gone missing. The police have also now prohibited photos and activities around the new ‘fresh-faced’ plaque. </div></div>
<div>Police officers have beaten a gambler to death in the middle of a residential area. The officers disappeared after the killing, according to a witness.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>On 3 November 2016, police officers from Sutthisan Police Station raided an illegal gambling house in Bangkok and beat Don Daengchantip, 34, to death,&nbsp;<a href="">reported</a> Manager Online.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>The gambling house is located in a high density area of Rungrueang. </div>
<div>Riot police have raided an apartment in Bangkok and arrested 10 suspects in the wake of warnings from a deputy police commander that car bomb attacks have been timed for late October.</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div></div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div p> </div>
By Harrison George |
<p><em>In a police station in northern Bangkok</em></p> <p>So we’ve got the arrest warrant and that’s OK?</p> <p>Double checked. All the right signatures.&nbsp; No spelling mistakes.</p> <p>OK, good, so I think the way is clear, we just go in and …</p> <p>Hang on, have you seen the pictures on the front page?</p> <p>No.&nbsp; Why?</p> <p>They’ve parked two excavators right in front of the gates.</p> <p>So that’s put the mockers on that.&nbsp; How do we get in now?&nbsp;</p> <p>We’ll have to call it all off again.&nbsp; Pity.</p>
<div>A court on Saturday approved an arrest warrant for two high ranking police officers accused of defaming the King, asking for bribes, money laundering and misconduct.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>On the same warrant, three other police officers and three civilians were named. </div>
<div>&nbsp;</div> <div> <div>Thai junta has set up working groups to monitor all media channels and will censor media that spreads information which leads to “hatred toward the monarchy,” or which is false.&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>Police General Adul Saengsingkaew, Commissioner-General of the Royal Thai Police, in his capacity as Deputy Leader of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), the junta’s temporary administrative body, told the Thai media on Tuesday that bodies have been set up to monitor different types of media:&nbsp;</div> <div>&nbsp;</div> <div>- Broadcast media will </div></div>
By Harrison George |
<p>The views on the commercial sex trade attributed to Pol Col Napanwut Liamsanguan have provoked the predictable condemnation from all those misguided social activists, academics and other assorted lunatics who insist on basing their opinions on a rational analysis of the data rather than the Police Colonel’s unsubstantiated prejudice.</p> <p></p>