The Border Patrol Police Region 1 office in Pathum Thani

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The Border Patrol Police Region 1 office in Pathum Thani
, where 18 dissidents are kept. (Thai Lawyers for Human Rights photograph) Pol Lt Gen Pakkapong Pongpetra, the Metropolitan Police Bureau boss, said on Sunday police were chasing the gatekeepers who harmed the vehicles and helped other people get away from anxiety. The city police authority said a pursuit at the capture site discovered 30 smoke bombs and one safeguard, among different things. Thai Lawyers for Human Rights said each of the 18 would not sign proclamations recognizing the charges 토토사이트 against them. Trash blast The assemblies were held in four areas on Saturday, with consideration zeroed in external the Criminal Court on Ratchadaphisek Road. Under the red pennants of the recently shaped ReDem (Restart Democracy) gathering, a rambunctious yet quiet group, assessed to number around 1,000 by police, accumulated external the town hall and set a little, emblematic heap of trash burning and over and again approached specialists to "ploy pheun rao" (discharge our companions). They were alluding to Arnon Nampa, Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak, Somyos Prueksakasemsuk and Patiwat "Mor Lam Bank" Saraiyaem, who were denied bail subsequent to being accused of lese-majeste under Section 112 of the Criminal Code. Dissenters were rankled by what they saw as twofold guidelines after yellow-shirt heads of the PDRC were allowed bail subsequent to being captured for psychological oppression and rebellion, however no items were tossed into the town hall compound. Behind the railing was a high move of spiked metal and in any event one truck stacked with water cannon. Be that as it may, police didn't go farther than recording the demonstrators through the railing and utilizing amplifiers to request that the group stay off the asphalt, which they said was saved for columnists. The street was shut down to traffic with numerous dissidents sitting on the landing area. Another dissent will be held at Democracy Monument on Sunday by marchers of the People Go Network gathering, driven by dissident They require the arrival of the kept dissent pioneers and the abolishment of the lese majese law among different requests Twin sisters worth millions because of female gamers By Justin Harper Business columnist, BBC News Published4 March Offer Coly anime man Picture COPYRIGHTCOLY

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