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“Popcorn” gunman sentenced to 37 years in jail by Supreme

An alleged gunman who came to the rescue of protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) under attack by armed men at Lak Si intersection during the demonstration against the Yingluck government in 2014 was sentenced to 37 years and 4 months imprisonment by the Supreme Court today . The Supreme Court overruled the […]Read More

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Appeal court dismisses charges against ‘Popcorn Gunman’

The Appeal Court has dismissed the charges against a suspect known as the ‘popcorn gunman’ accused of attempting to murder red shirt protesters in February 2014. On 27 June 2017, judges read the Appeal Court’s verdict on Wiwat Yodprasit, a 25-year-old man accused of shooting at red shirt protesters during a confrontation between anti-establishment red […]Read More

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“Pop-corn” gunman given 37 years and 4 months jail term

The hooded “pop-corn” gunman who was seen battling with a group of gunmen terrorizing anti-government protesters at Laksi intersection on February 1, 2014 was today (Thursday) sentenced to 37 years and four months imprisonment. The defendant, 24-year old Mr Vivat Yodprasit, was found guilty by the Criminal Court of murder, possessing and using firearms in […]Read More

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‘Popcorn gunman’ trial concludes

The Criminal Court will pass judgement on March 3 on alleged “popcorn” gunman Vivat Yodprasert, accused of shooting four pro-government supporters at Laksi intersection during a demonstration there on the eve of the Feb 2, 2014 elections. The shooting occurred while protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) were laying siege to a polling […]Read More

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‘Popcorn Gunman’ supported by PDRC in Lak Si attack, police

BANGKOK, March 20 – The so-called ‘Popcorn Gunman’ arrested in relation to the shooting attack in Bangkok’s Lak Si district on the eve of the Feb 2 general election confessed that his ammunition was provided by an armed faction of the anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC). Vivat Yodprasit, 24-year-old Phitsanulok native, who was named […]Read More