Special Prison For 2010 Red Protesters May Be Abolished

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BANGKOK — Thailand’s military regime may close down a special jail for Redshirt protesters who have been charged for their alleged role in Thailand’s 2010 political violence, prison sources say.

Twenty-two inmates, 20 men and 2 women, are currently being held at Laksi Temporary Prison in northern Bangkok where they await appeal court trials on charges related to the violent clashes between Redshirt protesters and security forces in April – May 2010. More than 90 people were killed in the violence, the majority of whom were civilians.

Read more: khaosod.co.th


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