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By Prachatai |
The Appeals Court upheld a decision to fine three youth activists 4,000 baht each for violating the emergency decree by participating in the Rainbow Carmob in 2021. In contrast, the adult court had dismissed the same charges against other activists.
By Prachatai |
Human rights lawyer and activist Anon Nampa is now facing over 10 years in prison after the South Bangkok Criminal Court today (29 April) sentenced him to 2 years and 20 days in prison on another royal defamation charge.
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Three activists have been charged with royal defamation and sedition for reading a statement and giving a speech during a protest in November 2021 after a complaint was filed against them by an ultra-royalist group leader.
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Student activist Thanatorn Vitayabenjang has been sentenced to 1 year and 6 months in prison on a royal defamation charge filed against him for reading a statement and giving a speech during a protest in August 2021.
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Another royal defamation complaint has been filed against student activist Benja Apan for a speech given during a protest on 3 September 2021.
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Activist Nawat Liangwattana has been sentenced to 1 years and 7 months in prison on a royal defamation charge for a speech given at a protest on 13 February 2021.
By Prachatai |
<p>Regular protest-goer Worawan Sae-aung has been found guilty of violating the Emergency Decree and indecent exposure for stripping in front of a line of crowd control police at a protest on 28 September 2021 to protest the use of violence to disperse protests. She received a total fine of 34,000 baht.</p>
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<p>A 29-year-old activist in Chiang Rai has been sentenced to 28 years in prison on royal defamation charges resulting from a number of Facebook posts about the monarchy. The Chiang Rai Provincial Court found him guilty on 14 counts.</p>
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<p>A food delivery rider has been found guilty and sentenced to prison on a royal defamation charge for allegedly attempting to burn a portrait of King Vajiralongkorn and Queen Suthida during a protest in July 2021. The court ruled that a portrait of the King is worth the same as the King&rsquo;s person.</p>
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<p>29 people are now detained pending trial or pending appeal on charges relating to political expression, after activist Sinburi Saenkla was denied bail on Monday&nbsp;(8 August).</p>
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<p>7 activists from the activist group Thalufah were denied bail on Tuesday (19 July), after the public prosecutor decided to indict them on charges relating to a protest at the Democrat Party headquarters on 30 July 2021.</p>