Tags : Seh Daeng


Seh Daeng killer unknown

Thai police say they have insufficient evidence to prove whether red-shirt core leader Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot dead by state security officials as some believe. Pol Col Wichanwat Borirakkun, of the Metropolitan Police Bureau, said police investigating Maj Gen Khattiya’s murder cannot yet say who did it. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


Thai armed “men in black” are policemen, Chalerm claims

The armed ‘men in black’, much mentioned during last year’s political violence in Bangkok, are in the media limelight again after Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung yesterday claimed those men donned police uniforms during the day. “I would like to reiterate here that they are policemen,” Chalerm said. Read more: The Nation By The NationRead More


Bangkok: Red Shirts gather at Democracy Monument

Red Shirts gather at Democracy Monument to commemorate losses in political turmoil BANGKOK, Oct 10 – Supporters of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) on Sunday began their rally by assembling at Saladaeng intersection and later moved to the Democracy Monument to light 20,000 red candles as a memorial gesture for those killed […]Read More


‘Seh Daeng’s Daughter to Lead Political Party in Next Election

The daughter of the late-Khattiya Sawasdipol, a radical red-shirt supporter and army specialist has announced her intention of leading the political party founded by her father in the next election. In Amnat Charoen province, Khattiyaa Sawasdipol, who is the daughter of late-Major General Khattiya Sawasdipo or Seh Daeng , a radical red-shirt supporter and army […]Read More


Seh Daeng’s driver held at Army base

The personal chauffeur of the late red-shirt military strategist Maj-General Khattiya Sawasdipol is being held at an undisclosed army camp for interrogation over his alleged involvement in anti-government protests from March to May, Department of Special Investigation (DSI) chief Tharit Pengdit said yesterday. Jakchalat “Pol” Khongsuwan, 37, could be detained for up to 30 days […]Read More


Bangkok: Aides of late Maj-Gen Khattiya as suspects in Big

BANGKOK, August 1 – Police revealed photographs of several men suspected of involvement in the bombing at a bus stop at Big C department store in Ratchadamri Road last Sunday evening saying they are close aides of the late Red Shirt military strategist army Maj-Gen Khattiya Sawasdipol. The suspects are believed to be linked to […]Read More


Second Seh Daeng aide held

A second close aide of the late red shirt supporter Seh Daeng has been arrested, but he is denying all terrorism charges against him. The Department of Special Investigation said Rachata Wongyort, arrested yesterday, was a close aide of Khattiya Sawasdipol, or Seh Daeng, the core red shirt supporter who was shot at Sala Daeng […]Read More


Thousands of red shirts gather for final farewell to Seh

Several thousand red shirts have united for the first time since their protest was broken up on May 19 to mourn the death of their “heroic fighter”, army specialist Khattiya Sawasdipol. Supporters of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) flooded Wat Sommanat yesterday with bitterness, resentment and anger about the death of the […]Read More