Few political detainees have said much about the conditions endured while in military custody for political re-education or of the political concerns and fears of those detaining them.
Pravit Rojanaphruk is reported in Prachatai on his recent detention, indicating that he was mistreated by the military who seek to intimidate and repress.
Pravit states that during his interrogations, “military officials were deeply concerned with social media.” He reveals that the military interrogators:
… asked about his political stance, his affiliations with political groups and human rights organizations, and his reasons for disagreeing with Article 112, the lèse majesté law. Pravit said he denied being a red shirt or a follower of Thaksin Shinawatra, just that he did not agree with the junta rule. As for Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha, Pravit said he did not hold any personal grudges against him, but expressed his opinions according to his principles.