In our last post, PPT wrote of Korkaew Pikulthong’s comments on snipers. He made some important claims. Adding to this, red shirt leader Jatuporn Promphan has made some further claims that will cause a stir.
Jatuporn wants the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to “review video footage from security cameras at the entrance of the 11th Infantry Regiment in Bang Khen that recorded the comings and goings of vehicles.” He implies that the “men in black” had a link to that base and the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situations that was ensconced there. Jatuporn claims that such men were “seen entering the regiment in a passenger van owned by the police.”
In addition, Jatuporn wants DSI to summon the Army officer “responsible for drawing up the anti-monarchy chart _ a one-page document with names of 45 people allegedly involved in a movement against the royal family.”
The other soldier Jatuporn wants the DSI to talk with is the one “was asked to collect and keep all the orders issued by the CRES…”. That is the paper trail we mentioned in our previous post.