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Police insist man injured during protest was not a medical volunteer

 

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Metropolitan police deputy commissioner, Maj-Gen Piya Tavichai

 

Metropolitan police deputy commissioner Maj-Gen Piya Tavichai reaffirmed on Monday that the injured man, seen in video footage lying on the road among police, was not a medical volunteer.

 

Responding to an allegation, which went viral on social media, that the police had attacked the unidentified medical volunteer during a protest by Ratsadon followers in front of the Supreme Court in Bangkok last Saturday night, he said police had checked the records of medical institutions and found no reference to the man, who claimed to be a medical volunteer.

 

He admitted that there are many people at each mass protest claiming to be journalists, state officials or medical volunteers, adding that, in order to prevent confusion or misunderstanding, these people should have an identifier, such as an arm band or an ID card.

 

Full Story: https://www.thaipbsworld.com/police-insist-man-injured-during-protest-was-not-a-medical-volunteer/

 

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Well if the <deleted> retards were out patrolling the roads to reduce the 25k per year death toll there they wouldn't even know about about the pi$$ant number of protesters. Dumber than dog droppings.

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statement from a medical organisation he was a member

https://prachatai.com/journal/2021/02/91685

 

video of brutally beaten by police this mentioned earlier volunteer, as well as yet another one, dressed in yellow jacket (certainly it was not provoked in any way, I have watched life this video on fb Khaosod English - he was just pulled to the ground and beaten/kicked by 10 policemen)

https://www.facebook.com/KhaosodEnglish/videos/836621450517233/

 

An article, including details from his lawyer - beaten and refused medical check and help while arrested. He had to use his own supplies of medical equipment, which was not confiscated from him, to tend his bruises. Police promised him to drom charges if he withdraws lawsuit agaunst them

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/politics/2021/02/15/beaten-medic-volunteer-charged-with-breaking-emergency-decree/

 

but what more warring - police used life ammunition. Two volunteer guards were shot and hospitalised. Police has harboured a shooter

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2021/02/15/police-defend-firing-live-rounds-to-warn-protesters/

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7 hours ago, internationalism said:

statement from a medical organisation he was a member

https://prachatai.com/journal/2021/02/91685

 

video of brutally beaten by police this mentioned earlier volunteer, as well as yet another one, dressed in yellow jacket (certainly it was not provoked in any way, I have watched life this video on fb Khaosod English - he was just pulled to the ground and beaten/kicked by 10 policemen)

https://www.facebook.com/KhaosodEnglish/videos/836621450517233/

 

An article, including details from his lawyer - beaten and refused medical check and help while arrested. He had to use his own supplies of medical equipment, which was not confiscated from him, to tend his bruises. Police promised him to drom charges if he withdraws lawsuit agaunst them

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/politics/2021/02/15/beaten-medic-volunteer-charged-with-breaking-emergency-decree/

 

but what more warring - police used life ammunition. Two volunteer guards were shot and hospitalised. Police has harboured a shooter

https://www.khaosodenglish.com/news/crimecourtscalamity/2021/02/15/police-defend-firing-live-rounds-to-warn-protesters/

You  see  the  true  face  of  Thailand  here.

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7 minutes ago, jaiyen said:

The police doing what they do best !  Beating up people and then denying the truth. 

Because of the way they are trained with extreme peer  pressure in Thailand they either conform to doing that or their  job is  made extremely  difficult by their  higher  ups. Police who don't conform will be moved to another province far from their home town, away from their  family and Wife and  will rarely get time to go back to see  them. This is  how the  Thai  police control their underlings. Many don't  like it, told  to me by the local policeman.

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So the police insist  the man they attacked was not a medical volunteer, so its ok to beat him, pathetic bloody pathetic.

Can anyone believe  anything the police say? Not really, as they are well known for not being truthful.

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