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Activists ‘Penguin’, ‘Ammy’ Released on Bail

BANGKOK, May 12 (TNA) – The Criminal Court temporarily released anti-government rally leaders Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and Chai-amorn Kaewwiboonpan aka “Ammy The Bottom Blues” while postponing consideration of a request for bail from another rally leader Panupong Jaadnok. Mr Parit and Mr Panupong had been detained for their protest on Sept 19 last year and […]Read More

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Protesters rally outside Criminal Court after bail denied for detained

Protesters rallied outside the Criminal Court on Sunday to air their anger after the court denied another bail request for detained activists, including ailing student leader Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak. A number of demonstrators walked from Victory Monument to the court on Ratchaphisek Road to show their opposition to the court’s decision not to grant bail […]Read More

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Bail Denied for September Rally Leaders

BANGKOK, Feb 16 (TNA) – The Appeal Court turned down a request for the temporary release of anti-government demonstration leaders Parit Chiwarak, Arnon Nampa and Somyot Phrueksakasemsuk who faced charges related to their rally last September. The Court of First Instance earlier ordered their detention pending trial on 11 charges including lese majeste and sedition […]Read More

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Thai police say only 8 protesters still held on remand,

A total of 78 anti-government protesters, including some leaders, have been arrested and charged by Thailand’s police since October 13th, and all but 8 have been released on bail, said Pol Lt-Gen Charuvat Waisaya today (Friday). Of the 78, the assistant national police chief said that 46, including 4 under the age of 20, have […]Read More

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Student Protest Leader Released on Bail

BANGKOK, Aug 15 (TNA) – Student leader Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak was released on bail after he had been arrested yesterday on multiple charges including sedition. The charges relate to the demonstration staged by the Free Youth movement at Democracy monument on Jul 18, calling for political reforms. Full story: tna.mcot.net TNARead More