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4 hours ago, fforest1 said:

The red shirts....Boy could we use them now.....

They are no better

 

No matter who is running things they are all filling their pockets 

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Not often the court verdict is based on circumstantial evidence without inference but it happened. 😂 

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5 hours ago, sunnyboy2018 said:

But the Yellow Shirt Thug terrorists who blocked the Bangkok junctions and hijacked the airport are rewarded...with the regime of their choice.

 

Boo hoo, it's all so unfair!

 

Do try and stay on topic. This is about 3 non elected some-how appointed red shirt leaders being fined for their incitement of their boss's private militia to cause criminal damage.

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5 hours ago, fforest1 said:

The red shirts....Boy could we use them now.....

 

What to re-install a Shin kleptocracy to bleed the country dry whilst enriching the Shin clan?

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1 hour ago, Assurancetourix said:

 

It has never been proven that the protesters, whether red or yellow, set fire to this building.
On the other hand, serious suspicions have often been made;
it would be the owner of the place who would have ordered that one "fires" there in order to touch substantial royalties coming from the insurances.

 

And you have prove of your accusations?

 

There is prove certain people publicly called on the red shirts to bring petroleum with them to "burn Bangkok down". Of course, those fires in response to that instruction may have been pure coincidence!

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1 hour ago, Assurancetourix said:

 The official number is deliberately vague;
we often read more than 90 deaths;
the unofficial number is over 700 dead

In addition, the occupants of three army helicopters that were shot dead ( except a journalist ) on the Burmese border in Kanchanaburi province may be added some months after the end of the clash in Bangkok.
But there, I enter a highly sensitive subject; we can not talk about it on this forum.

 

Do you have any evidence for that? Are you included all deaths?

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1 hour ago, JAG said:

No, let's not.

Image result for 2010 Bangkok Temple massacre

 

Or the red shirts/black shirts who fired RPG's into BTS Stations.

 

And all because one very corrupt criminal had some of his ill-gotten gains seized!

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6 minutes ago, Baerboxer said:

 

And you have prove of your accusations?

 

There is prove certain people publicly called on the red shirts to bring petroleum with them to "burn Bangkok down". Of course, those fires in response to that instruction may have been pure coincidence!

As you correctly stated your case that 'instruction may have been pure coincidence' or in legal terms called circumstantial evidence. You need direct evidence; don't you think so? Just for the sake of comparison, Suthep as head of CRES ordered live rounds to be used and there were 90+ killed by the military. He and Ahbisit were not indicted. See the difference how the justice system works in a rather predictable manner. 

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1 hour ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Boo hoo, it's all so unfair!

 

Do try and stay on topic. This is about 3 non elected some-how appointed red shirt leaders being fined for their incitement of their boss's private militia to cause criminal damage.

..and not about the other 8 yellow-tainted, some elected, some in combat fatigues co-defendants who all got a free pass.

 

It's a miracle!

 

Today's lottery day BTW.

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I like how the article and several poster omit the context of the fact that the Democrats were only in power because the military had ousted the democratically elected government in a coup. When the military violates your democratic rights with violence, you should respond with violence. 

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2 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

 

What to re-install a Shin kleptocracy to bleed the country dry whilst enriching the Shin clan?

Well, the economy was booming in those days but staggering now. 

And.... do you really think these army clowns would not fill their pockets? There was an article in the nation about Prayut's account. Amazing what he got within a short time. 😈

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3 hours ago, Baerboxer said:

 

Boo hoo, it's all so unfair!

 

Do try and stay on topic. This is about 3 non elected some-how appointed red shirt leaders being fined for their incitement of their boss's private militia to cause criminal damage.

It is still very surprising that Abhisit who was Prime Minister and gave the order to the army to shoot real bullets making more than 90 dead get whitened ...

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9 hours ago, Lungstib said:

So, all 8 defendants connected with the 'yellow' Abhisit administration and the military were deemed innocent but the 3 red shirts were guilty? Could there possibly be some bias here? The headline somehow fails to mention this anomaly, and also gives no indication of whether the unfortunate people who lost their businesses will ever get this money if the 3 accused say they dont have 19.3 million baht. 

Don't forget Abhisit/Sutep responsible for killing 91 peoples !!!!!

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12 hours ago, webfact said:

19.3 million baht compensation for the destruction by fire of a building in downtown Bangkok during the red-shirt protests

Change money for the puppet master..

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