Demo 2010 Nachtrag

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#261 Re: Demo 2010 Nachtrag

Beitrag von berndgrimm » Mi 30. Dez 2015, 03:49

The National Anti-Corruption Commission on Tuesday dismissed malfeasance charges against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, his then-deputy Suthep Thaugsuban and Gen Anupong Paojinda, the then-army...
The NACC voted 7-0 in favour of Mr Abhisit, Mr Suthep and Gen Anupong, who were then part of the defunct Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES) which handled the government's response...

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Für jemanden der damals weitgehend dabei war und die epische Show in allen Einzelheiten
miterleben durfte ist dies nur einen schwache Befriedigung!
Diese Entscheidung hätte schon während der Yingluck Regierung fallen müssen.
Vielleicht nicht mit 7:0.

Aber viel wichtiger wäre für mich wenn die wirklichen Schuldigen die Thaksins
Volksrevolutionsoper mit angeschlossenem Bauernkrieg veranstaltet haben
und die auf der Bühne zu Mord, Totschlag und Brandstiftung aufgerufen haben
und für die absolute Mehrheit der nicht 92 oder 99 sondern über 120 Tote
während und nach der Show verantwortlich sind endlich zur Verantwortung
gezogen werden!

Jatuporn , Nattawut ,Arisaman und Jakrapob sind die Hauptschuldigen!
Wann wird endlich gegen die verhandelt?

Ich will kein weiteres billiges Bauernopfer von Thaksin wie neulich in Ubon....


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#262 Re: Demo 2010 Nachtrag

Beitrag von berndgrimm » Sa 27. Feb 2016, 03:26

berndgrimm hat geschrieben:Ich will kein weiteres billiges Bauernopfer von Thaksin wie neulich in Ubon.
Trotzdem wollte sich nach dem Freispruch Abhisits unbedingt noch ein
Issani Rothemdenführer zum Märtyrer machen!

Nein, natürlich ist er Standesgemäss vom Militär zu Tode gefoltert worden!
Jedenfalls im neuesten Märchen von Prachatai!
Red shirt dies of stroke after military summons
Submitted by editor2 on Thu, 25/02/2016 - 16:37

A key member of an anti-establishment red shirt group in Isan, Thailand’s northeast, died of a stroke one day after being summoned by the military.

Thai Lawyers for Human Rights (TLHR) reported that on Tuesday, 23 February 2016, Saksit Kingmala, 52, a key leader of an anti-establishment red shirt group in Ubon Ratchathani called People Who Love [former Prime Minister] Thaksin Club, died at a local hospital from a stroke.

The red shirt died one day after he reported to the 22nd Army Division in the province.

According to his close associates, Saksit had been under a lot of stress after he reported to the military. They added that the deceased had to report to the officers every Monday and that he was regularly contacted by army officers when there were political activities.

TLHR added that on 1 November 2015 when there was a campaign to wear red shirts to support Yingluck Shinawatra, the ex-PM from the Pheu Thai Party who is now battling corruption charges from the Rice Subsidy Programme, 10 military officers visited Saksit and told him to steer clear from any political activity.

Earlier this year, military officers confiscated about 100 Pheu Thai Party calendars with the image of Thaksin and Yingluck on its cover, which the deceased planned to distribute to others.

Saksit was frustrated by the political situation of the country especially after the 17 February ruling of the Appeal Court confirming the verdict of the Court of First Instance to dismiss charges against Abhisit Vejjajiva, former Prime Minister, and Suthep Thaugsuban, his former deputy, over ordering the violent military crackdown on the anti-establishment red-shirt protesters during the April-May 2010 political violence, TLHR reported.

Saksit was among the key red shirt leaders in Isan who were detained in the immediate aftermath of the coup d’état on 22 May 2014.

On 23 May 2014, military officers searched his house and took him to the 22nd Army Division where he was detained for six days in total.

In September 2015, the deceased was interviewed by TLHR staff.

“I felt that I’m being suppressed and I’m not satisfied with the system of governance with suppression, intimidation, no justice, and double standards for some groups of people. Therefore, I have to fight and my symbol of fighting is red,” Saksit told TLHR then.
Richtig!

Nur ein toter Roter ist ein guter Roter!

Auch wenn die wahre Todesursache wohl weniger die unmenschliche Folterei
der Militärjunta ist,
sondern Fressen,Saufen,Rauchen,Kiffen und Herumsitzen,
woraus ja leider die "Revolution" von Thaksins Volksbefreiern besteht!
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#263 Re: Demo 2010 Nachtrag

Beitrag von berndgrimm » Do 3. Mär 2016, 03:14

UPHOLDING THE lower courts' ruling, the Supreme Court yesterday handed down a two-years suspended sentence to red-shirt co-leader Jatuporn Promphan for defaming former PM Abhisit Vejjajiva, inciting public hatred against him and accusing the former PM of ordering the killing of people.
The Criminal and Appeals courts had previously sentenced Jatuporn to six months in jail and fined him Bt50,000. The sentence was suspended for two years on grounds that Jatuporn had never served time.

The lawsuit filed by Abhisit said that Jatuporn had taken to the stage during the 2010 red-shirt protest and accused the former PM of being a draft-dodger and ordering the killing of people. The suit said Jatuporn did not just make the accusation before the crowd but also via the People Channel, which was broadcast live across the country.

Es ist ja sehr schoen dass man Thaksins Roten Hetz Fettsack mal wieder verdonnert hat,
nur fuer die falsche Sache und wieder sieht er keinen Knast wo er seit langem hingehoert.
Natuerlich hat er ex PM Abhisit verunglimpft,aber dies ist nur ein minderschweres Vergehen
verglichen mit seinem Aufruf zu Mord Totschlag und Abfackeln was ihn zum Hauptschuldigen
an den ueber 120 Toten und 1800 Verletzten auf und neben Thaksins Volksrevolutionsoper
2010.
Auch dies war im Hetzkanal PTV alles live zu sehen.
Der Mann der immer von Thailands Doppelten Standards schwafelt ist selbst groesster
Profiteur derselben!
..We finished democrazy for now!.......weiteres unter http://www.schoenes-thailand.at/

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