Pitsanu Promsorn

Pitsanu Promsorn is a red shirt leader. Time Up Thailand reported that an arrest warrant was issued for lese majeste in July 2009. That site states that Pitsanu is in hiding.

According to a UN document, on 23 June 2009, Mr. Jitsanu Promsorn, a leader of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, was arrested by police and is to be charged with violating Article 112 of the Criminal Code for allegedly making lese majeste remarks in a speech he gave at Sanam Luang in Bangkok.

We assume that “Jitsanu” is a mistake. If readers know more, let us know.

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5 12 2012
Lese majeste not forgotten « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] Pitsanu Promsorn […]

5 12 2012
Lese majeste not forgotten « Political Prisoners of Thailand

[…] Yospiyasathien, Phenwat Wattapongsirikul, Pattani man (all names are unknown), Pisek Sanittangkul, Pitsanu Promsorn, Somsak Jeamteerasakul, Somyos Pruksakasemsuk, Suporn Atthawong, Suraphot Thawisak, Thaksin […]

30 06 2015
Rose on the lawless country with the king as head of state | Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] Phisanu Phomsorn, aks “Anti” who was charged with lese majeste law violation for giving several speeches at Red Shirt’s political events. He, too, fled the country and is now living in exile at the border around Vietnam and Cambodia. His weekly program on Thai royalty and politics has been very popular among Thai audience in Northeast Thailand. […]

30 06 2015
Rose on the lawless country with the king as head of state | Political Prisoners of Thailand

[…] Phisanu Phomsorn, aks “Anti” who was charged with lese majeste law violation for giving several speeches at Red Shirt’s political events. He, too, fled the country and is now living in exile at the border around Vietnam and Cambodia. His weekly program on Thai royalty and politics has been very popular among Thai audience in Northeast Thailand. […]