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Court delays trying cases filed by PDRC
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BANGKOK: -- The Civil Court yesterday postponed the case filed against former PM Yingluck Shinawatra, former labour minister Chalerm Yoobamrung and former national police Chief Adul Saengsingkaew by People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader Thaworn Senneam.

Thaworn was suing the three individuals for violating Civil Court orders when they ordered the deportation of Indian businessman Satish Sehgal for joining anti-government protesters when they laid siege to government offices.

Thaworn's lawyer, Sawat Charoenpol said the court had postponed the trial to August in line with Thaworn's obligation to surrender to face charges of sedition.

Sawat added that the court had also postponed to July 24 the case Sehgal had filed against Yingluck, Chalerm and Immigration over the deportation order.

On March 14, the Civil Court had issued an injunction against the deportation order pending a court ruling or the scrapping of the order.

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-- The Nation 2014-05-27

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

Yesterday's news...

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

You should get off your lazy fat rear and learn to read.

They are not giving him until August to surrender.

What does this mean?

postponed the trial to August in line with Thaworn's obligation to surrender

It means that the trial AGAINST YINGLUCK is postponed...

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

You should get off your lazy fat rear and learn to read.

They are not giving him until August to surrender.

What does this mean?

postponed the trial to August in line with Thaworn's obligation to surrender

Read yesterday's news...

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I will be waiting for those wearers of the red eyed patches to be in here with cry's of unfairness as they were for the PRDC leaders yesterday. Oh wait..,almost forgot...the bias is the same one sided slant as shown by the Shinawatra regimes governance...as you were.

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

You should get off your lazy fat rear and learn to read.

They are not giving him until August to surrender.

What does this mean?

postponed the trial to August in line with Thaworn's obligation to surrender

It means that the trial AGAINST YINGLUCK is postponed...

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Yea I got that, postponed until August whilst they wait on Thaworn to surrender. So my interpretation he can hang out until August if he wishes.

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

...so anyone with charges raised against them is scum...?! Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? If you ever find yourself wrongly accused of anything, then perhaps you'll think back on your words...!!

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

They were questioned by DSI investigators before their lawyers applied for 100,000 baht bail releases. The 13 protest leaders must report to the prosecutors on June 17 for additional questioning. The 12 others were Thaworn Senneam, Akanat Promphan, Sathit Wongnongtoey, Putthipong Punnakant, Natthapol Teepsuwan, Thaya Teepsuwan, Anchalee Paireerak, Chitpas Krisdakorn, Chumpol Julasai, Nitithorn...

see chooka, if you read the news, you would know that he WAS detained and released. I guess thats why he has been given longer to prepare his defence

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I am pleased these have all been delayed. There are more important things for the Army to resolve at the moment. Frivolous court civil cases from both sides should be tossed as they are a waste of time and money.

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

...so anyone with charges raised against them is scum...?! Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty? If you ever find yourself wrongly accused of anything, then perhaps you'll think back on your words...!!

It's worse than you think, He previously said he's a police officer! Yep, a cop who thinks anyone charged must be guilty scum and treated as such. Judge Dredd anyone?

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Why are they giving him until August to surrender himself. If he is wanted on sedition charges then get off your lazy fat rear ends and go and get the scum.

They were questioned by DSI investigators before their lawyers applied for 100,000 baht bail releases. The 13 protest leaders must report to the prosecutors on June 17 for additional questioning. The 12 others were Thaworn Senneam, Akanat Promphan, Sathit Wongnongtoey, Putthipong Punnakant, Natthapol Teepsuwan, Thaya Teepsuwan, Anchalee Paireerak, Chitpas Krisdakorn, Chumpol Julasai, Nitithorn...

see chooka, if you read the news, you would know that he WAS detained and released. I guess thats why he has been given longer to prepare his defence

I think someone else already set a precedence for having time and extra time to prepare a defense.

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I am pleased these have all been delayed. There are more important things for the Army to resolve at the moment. Frivolous court civil cases from both sides should be tossed as they are a waste of time and money.

I think they are also hedging. They can't be sure who will be wearing the hats later on in the year.

There is another faction out there not going away anytime soon.. This Junta may have moved in quickly but they are unpopular already with nowhere near the level of support they had in 2006 and look what a disaster that was. Press conferences which are glib, insulting, tetchy and anybody hearing the level of unprofessionalism from the troops at VM yesteday will know.... This is making no friends anywhere. What they have now, support level is as much as they ever will have!!!

This other faction of which we must never speak could yet bite. Counter punching exists in politics and coups as well as boxing.

Well done to most of the press as well. Lot of outspoken Op Eds around that were not part of the plan either.

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