Suthep Reports to NACC For 2010 Crackdown Charges

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BANGKOK — Former deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban formally reported to Thailand’s national anti-graft agency to contest charges related his role in the deadly crackdown on Redshirt protesters in 2010.

Suthep, who has been living as a monk in southern Thailand since the May 2014 coup, submitted more than 150 documents to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) as a part of his defense.

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