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Supreme Court acquit Abhisit, Suthep and Ong-art of defamation charges

Democrat party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva and two party executives, Suthep Thuagsuban and Ong-art Klampaibul have been cleared of defaming former Thai Rak Thai executive Dr Prommin Lertsuridej by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court’s acquittal of the three Democrat executives was announced on Friday the Ratchadapisek Criminal Court. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More

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Government threatens to punish those who defame PM in social

BANGKOK, 6 July 2015 (NNT) – Deputy Government Spokesman Sansern Kaeokamnerd has warned the online users who have committed defamation or libel of severe punishment, saying the government is getting close to identifying the person who spread false news about the prime minister and his wife. Maj.Gen. Sansern said false information and rumors had been […]Read More

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Criminal Court acquits Chavanond of defaming Yingluck on Four Seasons

The Criminal Court on Monday acquitted the former Democrat party-list MP Chavanond Intarakomalyasut of defamation charge brought against him by the former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra in 2012. The court reasoned that although Yingluck’s lawyers would affirm that the former prime minister’s meeting with five businessmen at the Four Seasons Hotel in February 2012 to […]Read More

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Criminal Court acquits Kasit accused of defaming Thaksin

The Criminal Court today acquitted former foreign minister Kasit Piromya of defaming ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra in a public address made in November 2008. Thaksin filed defamation case against Kasit after he addressed at a protest rally at Government House organised by the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) in November 2008, accusing Thaksin of trying by […]Read More

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Royalists Suspect Thaksin’s Link To Canadian News Agency

(10 April) A group of royalist activists have urged the police to take legal action against a Redshirts leader for allegedly defaming the monarchy in an interview with Vice News. The activists also demanded that the authorities investigate any possible links between the Canada-based news agency and former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Read more: khaosod.co.thRead More