Rienthong Nanna

7 Dec 2022
In response to Maj Gen Rienthong Nanna’s announcement that he plans to spend his retirement in Australia, newspapers in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth have published an article underlining his witch-hunting past in the name of monarchy protection. Meanwhile Rienthong plans to counter with a lawsuit.
15 Jan 2021
Jomtien Hospital and Bangkok Hospital Rayong have announced the dismissal of Dr Saravin Thongrong for “inappropriate behaviour against the rules of the company” after his comments on the late King Bhumibol surfaced on the internet. Right-wing activists have called for his license to be revoked and for him to be prosecuted under the lèse-majesté law.  
18 Oct 2016
A hyper-royalist doctor has urged Thai people in Paris to hunt for a lèse-majesté refugee and those who shelter her.   On 16 October, Rienthong Nanna, chairman of the ultra-royalist vigilante group Rubbish Collection Organisation (RCO), posted on his Facebook account the address of Wanna, a Thai living in Paris.
2 Sep 2016
The leader of an ultra-royalist group has urged the Courts of Justice not to let people with an ‘insulting attitude’ towards the Thai monarchy become judges. Maj Gen Rienthong Nanna, leader of the so-called Rubbish Collection Organisation (RCO), an ultra-royalist group, on Thursday, 1 September 2016, submitted a letter to the Office of the Judiciary, the secretariat of the Courts of Justice, to prevent a certain man from becoming an assistant judge, the Manager Online reported.
30 May 2016
An ultra-royalist doctor says that patients can rest assured that most medical staff in his hospital are pro-junta royalists.
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