Sriwara Ransibrahmanakul

7 Feb 2018
A network of Thai scholars has launched a fundraising campaign to seek two million baht to bail the 39 pro-election protesters. The junta has also filed another charge against them of violating the ban on political gatherings.   On 6 February 2018, Nuttha Mahattana, one of the protesters, revealed that the group has to find over 2,000,000 baht as bail for the 39.
24 May 2017
Unsurprisingly, 9 out of 13 CCTVs at the scene of a recently bombed army hospital have been found broken. The police has confirmed the incident could be connected to previous bombings.    On 23 May 2017, Metro Police officers investigated the scene of a bombing that took place the previous day  — the third anniversary of the junta’s coup — at Phramongkutklao Hospital, a Bangkok hospital run by the Royal Thai Army.
22 Nov 2016
Police have arrested three people in the north of Thailand for distributing flyers deemed as incitement and transferred them to the military which is detaining them incommunicado.     On 22 November 2016, Pol Gen Srivara Ransibrahmanakul, the Deputy Commissioner of the Royal Thai Police, said that police have arrested three people from Chiang Mai province for distributing documents against the ruling junta.
11 Oct 2016
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.    
7 Oct 2016
A Thai deputy police chief has called Joshua Wong, the Hong Kong student activist, a threat to Thailand’s national security who should not be allowed to enter the country, adding there has been no pressure from any country.
20 Oct 2015
After the Thai National Police Chief set up a special investigation team tasked with cracking down on lèse majesté cases, a high-ranking police officer revealed that the team was formed after lèse majesté complaints filed by the military.   
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