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  • Jonathan Hed: BBC Journalist publicized news on property scam

    BBC publicized report “The Phuket property nightmare” in form of magazine, specifying Jonathan Head as an author. The mentioned report narrated the life of Ian Marshall Rance, the ...

  • กิจกรรม "ไม้ไผ่งัดไม้ซุง ทำไง... ไม่ให้หก"

    ปกรณ์และอภิสิทธิ์ ร่วมกันจัดกิจกรรม "ไม้ไผ่งัดไม้ซุง ทำไง... ไม่ให้หก"  ที่สวนลุมพินี จึงถูกจับกุมและตั้งข้อกล่าวหาฝ่าฝืน ให้เครื่องขยายเสียงโดยไม่ได้รับอนุญาต เสียค่าปรับคนละ ...

  • New Democracy Movement organized an activity 'Anything for Pai'

    New Democracy Movement organised an event called 'Anything for Pai' at Skywalk Ratchaprasong on 16 January 2017 to demand for release of 'Pai Daodin' who was detained under lese ...

  • Jatupat: shared BBC's article

    On 2 December 2016 around 5.07 am, the Facebook account under the name "Pai Jatupat" which belongs to New Democracy Movement activist Jatupat or Phai, shared the biography of the new ...

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  • Kesorn: posted on Facebook about members of Royal family

    Kesorn was a mental disorder person who was charged under lese majeste and Computer Crime Act for 13 Facebook posts. Some of the posts metioned members of the Royal family who are not protected ...

  • Stared

    NLA Sit-In

    Supreme Court ruled 10 defendants are guilty under gathering to disturb public disorder and trespass by doing harm. The sentence was suspended for 2 years.

  • Sudsanguan : Protested in front of Civil Court

    Sudsanguan was released from the Central Women's Correctional Institution after served 1 month prison term for Contempt of Court since 8 November 2016

  • Stared

    Jatupat: shared BBC's article

    On 22 February 2017, Jatupat's lawyer team filed bail petition to the court and deposit cash in the sum of 700,000 Baht as bail bond. The court however dismissed the petition given that there were no reason to change the previous order which not allow Jatupat to be release on bail.


  • After a military coup in 1964, junta issued laws to repress civil and political rights. The Brazilian military court tried civilians, especially dissenters and critics of the regime. It consisted of both military and civilian actors. Civil society groups were able to access and monitor court proceedings and lobby for reform.
  • The military coup against the elected Salvador Allende’s elected government occurred in 1973 by Gen. Pinochet. The military tribunals established to prosecute its political opponents using the 1958 Law of State Security and the 1972 Arms Control Law, that was ironically, enacted by the Allende government.
  • The three types of Courts-Martial are still enforcing on cases against military personnel including Chelsea Manning and widely debated Bergdahl. While after 9-11, the US Congress authorized military commission to try, without due process, suspects of terrorism including the cases occurred before the law.