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Somyot rejects recommendation to strip Thaksin’s police rank, citing it

The Royal Thai Police commissioner has again rejected a police committee’s recommendation to strip Thaksin Shinawatra’s of his police rank reasoning that it lacks details of his misbehaviours that could justify the action. The committee headed by Pol Gen Chaiya Siri-ampolkul forwarded its recommendation to the commissioner Pol Gen Somyot Phumphanmuang. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More


Police panel fulfils its job to strip Thaksin of his

The head of the police panel considering whether Thaksin Shinawatra should be stripped of his police rank reiterated Tuesday that his panel had already fulfilled its job after it resolved unanimously by 5 against 0 votes to take away the police rank. Pol Gen Chaiya Siriamphankul, a police advisor and the panel chairman, disclosed that […]Read More


Top police rank committee recommends stripping Thaksin Shinawatra off police

The committee in charge of police ranks has agreed unanimously to strip ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra off his police lieutenant colonel rank, Pol Gen Chaiya Siri-ampolkul, advisor to the Royal Thai Police commissioner, said today. The committee will recommend the decision to the Royal Thai Police commissioner Pol Gen Somyot Phumphanmuang late today to forward […]Read More


Hat Yai: Man Busted For Impersonating Army Colonel

SONGKHLA — A man has been arrested for dressing up as an army colonel to “please his girlfriend.” Policemen and soldiers arrived at Lee Garden Plaza Hotel in Hat Yai district yesterday after they received calls from hotel staff that a suspicious-looking army officer was hanging out in the lobby on the hotel’s 8th floor. […]Read More


Mother Denounces PCAD Guards’ Brutal Assault On Her Son

BANGKOK — The family of an army colonel who was brutally assaulted by a group of anti-government militants has formally initiated legal action against the perpetrators. Col. Witthawat Wattanakul, a staff officer at the Royal Thai Armed Force Headquarters, was taken to the hospital after he was beaten and shot by a group of “guards” […]Read More


Thai Army urges public not to be worried about coup

The Army Monday urged the public not to be worried about coup possibility although well-known Thammasat University sociologist Theerayuth Boonme has predicted it. Army Deputy Spokesman Col Winthai Suwaree said the Army now focused on helping the people and supporting the government’s policy in fighting against drug trafficking. Read more: The NationRead More


Thai Army stresses its political neutrality

BANGKOK, 14 June 2011 (NNT) – The army has stressed its political impartiality, especially for the upcoming general election while telling political parties not to worry about a speculated government formed in military camps. Army Spokesperson Colonel Sansern Kaewkamnerd stated that the army has kept telling the society that it has been in the eyes […]Read More