Unexpectedly due to the demand of protest, the Police have brought two pioneers and 26 others engaged with Sunday’s dissent against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to answer a large number of charges that could likewise incorporate lese majeste.
The so called Red-shirt pioneer Jatuporn Prompan, who coordinated the mass social affair in the interest of the Thai Mai Thon (Impatient Thais) gathering and Adul Khiewboriboon, head of the Samakkhi Prachachon bunch, will be among 14 individuals brought to meet specialists and answer charges next Thursday, Pol Maj Gen Piya Tawichai, delegate magistrate of the Metropolitan Police Bureau highlighted it.
The other 14 individuals will be gathered to answer charges the next day. In fact, twelve others who had a job in the meeting at Santiporn Park that poured out over into Monday were likewise found to have disregarded a few laws and will before long be brought to deal with indictments too.
The dissent was held to request Gen Prayut’s acquiescence. In view of this, Pol Maj Gen Piya emphasized that all open social occasions are currently viewed as unlawful under the crisis order and the infectious prevention law, being executed to contain the spread of Covid-19.
Along with this, The dissent pioneers as well as any individual who partakes in such open get-togethers and the individuals who support the arranging of them could confront legitimate activity for abusing these laws. Consequently, The police were likewise inspecting an account of a discourse Mr Jatuporn conveyed at Sunday’s social event to decide if remarks made abused Section 112 of the Criminal Code, the lese majeste law, said Pol Maj Gen Piya.
Sonthiya Sawasdee, counsel to the House panel on law, equity and common liberties, on Tuesday asked police at Chana Songkhram station to investigate Mr Jatuporn’s discourse.
However, the Criminal Court recently investigated arrangements of witnesses and bits of proof in a lese majeste argument against 22 dissent pioneers including Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak regarding rallies at Thammasat University’s Tha Phrachan grounds and Sanam Luang on Sept 19-20 of a year ago.
For this reason, Kritsadang Nutcharat, a legal counselor with the Thai Lawyers for Human Rights Center, who addressed the 22 litigants, said one piece of proof was a video cut. Mr Kritsadang said he watched the video cut and discovered nothing in it that proposed his customers had abused any laws.
He added he was certain that the court will discover that what was caught in the clasp was simply legal analysis.