Political prisoners

25 05 2010

Ji Ungpakorn sends this. PPT’s advice is that there are far more political prisoners than those listed here.

Thai Police issue arrest warrants for 66 Red Shirts, 22 now in custody

(24 May 2010, source: Prachatai & Matichon)

In Custody

1.      Dr Weng Tojirakarn   (Charge1)

2.      Mr Nattawut Saikua   (Charge1)

3.      Mr Nisit Sintuprai   (Charge1)

4.      Mr Wira Musikapong   (Charge1)

5.      Mr Kokeaw Pikuntong   (Charge1)

6.      Mr Kwanchai Praipana   (Charge1)

7.      Mr Wiputalaeng Pattanaputai   (Charge1)

8.      Ms Wikarnda Pakkasang  (Charge 2)

9.      Ms Rasamee Malam  (Charge 2)

10.  Ms Duangmanee Boonrut   (Charge 2)

11.  Mr Pumikit/Pichate Sukjindatong  (Charge 2)

12.  Mr Yosawarit Chooklomreu (jeng dokjik)   (Charge 3)

13.  Ms Siriwan Nimitsilapa   (Charge 3)

14.  Mr Matee Amornwutikun   (Charge 4)

15.  Mr Chane Kansunteeya   (Charge4)

16.  Mr Chayut Laicharoen   (Charge 4)

17.  Mr Wayupak Noree   (Charge 4)

18.  Mr Pasakorn/Somnuk Sirirak   (Charge 4)

19.   Police General Supachai Puikeawkum   (Charge 4)

20.  Mr Ruang-umnart Putiwong   (Charge 4)

21.  Mr Meechai Sinark   (Charge 4)

Charge 1 = Speaking from the Rajprasong protest site

Charge 2 = Broadcasting from a community radio station

Charge 3 = Protesting at Parliament

Charge 4 = Taking part in the protest at the Democracy Monument

Also in army custody:

1.      Mr. Somyot Pruksakasemsuk

2.      Assistant Professor Sutachai Yimprasert (History Department, Chulalongkorn University)

Many other people are believed to be in custody, but their names have not been released.

Free All Thai Political Prisoners!!


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