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Red shirt sues Thai PM against a charge on its members

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BANGKOK, 11 November 2010 (NNT)-The red shirt’s lawyer has file a lawsuit against Prime Minister Abisit Vejjajiva and government officials claiming that they have wrongfully taken legal action against the red-shirt and arrested many of its members.

Mr. Karom Poltaklang (คารม พลทกลาง), the lawyer, said the lawsuits had already been filed against the Prime Minister, the Director of the DSI : Tarit Pengdit (ธาริต เพ็งดิษฐ์), and policemen involving in the crackdown on the red shirts earlier this year.

According to the lawyer, the lawsuits came in light of irregularities found in the legal process which the defendants had taken against the red shirts. He added that since the bloody crackdown on the anti-government rally, the autopsies of the 89 deceased red shirt members have been unusually slow.

NNT


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