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Rayong man claims being manhandled, hit with 3 charges over messages slamming govt

By The Nation

 

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Two Rayong residents who held up signs slamming Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha for allowing “privileged” foreigners to enter Thailand and skip quarantine claims police pressed him with three charges and also injured him.

 

The footage of two men being arrested for holding signs with aggressive political messages near the D Varee Diva Central Hotel on Wednesday (July 15) while the premier was visiting has gone viral and prompted criticism online.

 

One of the men said on Facebook that he was charged for violating the emergency decree, interfering with security and trying to escape arrest, and also posted photographs of injuries caused to him by policemen.

 

The two men, reportedly members of a political network in the province, had previously put up a sign slamming the government sign near the Passione Shopping Destination, where an infected Egyptian soldier had roamed freely last week.

 

However, police took the sign down within 30 minutes, resulting in more frustration among those fighting the military’s prolonged hold on power.

 

The decision to allow Egyptian soldiers to get around freely without the mandatory 14-day isolation, and then finding one infected has brought hotels and other businesses in Rayong back to zero customers.

 

On Wednesday, visiting General Prayut promised the people of Rayong that his government will do its best to rebuild people’s confidence in safety at the province.

 

Meanwhile, some are defending the government and commending it for effectively controlling the Covid-19 outbreak.

 

Palang Pracharath Party MP Pareena Kraikupt said these mistakes were caused by the government placing trust in “bad people”.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30391415

 

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53 minutes ago, webfact said:

However, police took the sign down within 30 minutes, resulting in more frustration among those fighting the military’s prolonged hold on power.

Thailand use to be a fun, hopeful place full of charm.  Today it feels like an army base run be a nasal accented tinpot.  Stagnation and no innovation is what you get with a military government what wants to control every little thing.

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2 hours ago, webfact said:

Pareena Kraikupt said these mistakes were caused by the government placing trust in “bad people”.

And who are these "bad people"? More Generals?

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2 hours ago, Deli said:

Why have the signs been blurred ? More censorship ?

Here. 

 

Some people say Prayut do good job control covid. 

Not real. The thai people push him a lot. 

The thai people do good job control covid. One million+ volunteer. Prayut very sensitive now. Thai social media go crazy. He know. Sure.

 

If Thailand loose control covid now, Prayut will be guilty. The people loose the job, business etc. Fight covid successful.

 

But who???

The boxing match make the big spread before. (Army).

Now Rayong (army)

And the government embassy official. 

 

deleted idiots. 

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3 hours ago, webfact said:

Rayong man claims being manhandled, hit with 3 charges over messages slamming govt

 

Apparently these two treacherous malcontents have maliciously failed to have their confidence rebuilt by the Hero-General.

 

This would clearly qualify as treason, sedition, disloyalty, rebellion, insurgency, insurrection, mutiny, subversion, blasphemy, heresy, apostasy…and...at least another two or three hundred offenses.

 

Thank goodness the patriotic, ever-vigilant and correct-thinking police were able to swiftly arrest these desperate and dangerous criminals....and protect the community from their foul thought crime.

 

 

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1 hour ago, Yinn said:

Here. 

 

Some people say Prayut do good job control covid. 

Not real. The thai people push him a lot. 

The thai people do good job control covid. One million+ volunteer. Prayut very sensitive now. Thai social media go crazy. He know. Sure.

 

If Thailand loose control covid now, Prayut will be guilty. The people loose the job, business etc. Fight covid successful.

 

But who???

The boxing match make the big spread before. (Army).

Now Rayong (army)

And the government embassy official. 

 

deleted idiots. 

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Thank you Yinn

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1 hour ago, bkk6060 said:

Way too many anti government posts on TVF.

Up to you, but I would be very careful about this.

What would all the bar stool pundits do if TVF was closed down???

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21 hours ago, yellowboat said:

Thailand use to be a fun, hopeful place full of charm.  Today it feels like an army base run be a nasal accented tinpot.  Stagnation and no innovation is what you get with a military government what wants to control every little thing.

Correct. It's well overdue for these tinpot dictators to move back to their barracks.

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1 hour ago, steven100 said:

the defense rests your honor ...

Because as we all know it's against the law to be involved in a political party.
But even then it doesn't justify arrest without charge and physical assault.
P.s even your Hero is part of a political party oh my mistake I forget he's above Politics and doesn't even have one vote to his name.
Woooops my mistake again of course he's got the vote of the whole Senate including his brother lol.

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23 hours ago, Burma Bill said:

What would all the bar stool pundits do if TVF was closed down???

geeeze ... could be disastrous   !    they wouldn't have anything to moan, whinge and cry about. lol 

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On 7/16/2020 at 5:21 PM, bkk6060 said:

Way too many anti government posts on TVF.

Up to you, but I would be very careful about this.

agree .... hope they look into the whole lot of them and deport them all for discrimination and defamation against the government in the interest of national security as they would anywhere else in the world as recently on twitter  ...  :wai:

 

 

 

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16 hours ago, steven100 said:

agree .... hope they look into the whole lot of them and deport them all for discrimination and defamation against the government in the interest of national security as they would anywhere else in the world as recently on twitter  ...  :wai:

 

 

 

Unbelievable!!

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6 hours ago, DirtyHarry55 said:

Unbelievable!!

what's unbelievable is that you can post defamatory comments and anti-government propaganda and not be held accountable unlike most other western countries. Try post slanderous accusations about someone in the west and see how long before someone is knocking on your door ..... 

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3 hours ago, steven100 said:

what's unbelievable is that you can post defamatory comments and anti-government propaganda and not be held accountable unlike most other western countries. Try post slanderous accusations about someone in the west and see how long before someone is knocking on your door ..... 

Lol that's what's democracy is about you know freedom of speech and the right to criticize a Government without being arrested.
But I bet you prefer to be living in a communist country well not going to be Thailand.

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