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  • Protest 24 March 2021 #Because this country belong to the People

    On 24 March 2021, the United Front of Thammasat and Demonstration organized protest "Because this country belong to the People" at Ratchaprasong Intersection. This protest was held 4 ...

  • Chaiamorn: Burning down the King's portrait

    Chiamorn or 'Ammy the Bottom Blues' a singer who joined political movement was arrested in Ayuthaya Province on 3 March 2021 After the incident where the King's portrait in ...

  • Parit: Speech at Mob Fest

    9 กุมภาพันธ์ 2564 พริษฐ์ หรือ เพนกวิน ถูกพนักงานอัยการฟ้องคดีด้วยข้อหาตามประมวลกฎหมายอาญามาตรา 112, มาตรา 116, ข้อหาฝ่าฝืน พ.ร.ก.ฉุกเฉินฯ, ข้อหาใช้เครื่องเสียงโดยไม่ได้รับอนุญาต ...

  • Digital Ministry blocks video clip 'Royal Vaccine' of 'Progressive Movement'

    29 January 2021 Ministry of Digital Economy and Society submitted motion to the court asking to block video clip of Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit explaining under the topic “Royal ...

  • Parit: Wore crop top at Siam Paragon

    ON 20 December 2020, Parit, Panussaya, Panupong and Benja went to Siam Paragon to take action in campaign called #anyonecanwearcroptop where all of them dressed in croptop to walk at Siam ...

  • Nut: Wore crop top at Siam Paragon

    On 20 December 2020, leader of "The People" organized activity #anyonecanwearcroptop at Siam Paragon. "Nut" and Thanakorn who were youth at time of the incident. After ...

Case Update

  • Chaiamorn: Burning down the King's portrait

    The prosecutor filed case against Chaiamorn already, the court set for witnesses and evidences examination on 28 June 2021.

  • Parit: Speech at Mob Fest

    Parit was released on bail on 11 May 2021 after had been remanded in custody for 92 days.

  • Harry: Verisimilitude

    Harry N., the author of the book "Verisimilitude" was charged with article 112 and was sentenced to 6 years as his book contained an inappropriate content regarding the royal family. ...

  • Joe Gordon (Translator of the book "The King Never Smiles")

    Joe G., a Thai-American citizen, was accused of being the admin of a blog called "Baht Diaw" and the owner of the pseudonym "Sin Sae-Jiw". On the blog, a download link to ...

  • Surachai Sae-Dan (Hyde park at UDD)

    On 15 December 2008 Mr. Surachai gave a public speech on the stage at the UDD Rally with words insulting the king.

  • Boonyuen: the Fortune Teller

    During her speech at Sanam Luang, Boonyuen P. violated artilce 112 by made a statement insulted against the heir apparent. She was sentenced to 12 years but was granted Royal Pardon later on ...

Article

  • Due to the Covid 19 restrictive mitigation policies, prisons in Thailand are currently forbidding inmate visitations with the sole exception being reserved for attorneys. Hence, during these days of imprisonment, “our friends” have become isolated from the outside world, including any news of friends , family members, and any waft of the country’s current affairs. Despite the ban on inmate visitations, the prison has allowed individuals to send letters to prisoners. This can be achieved either by these following ways...
  • Click the underlined items to see further detailsNote: An underlined name indicates that the person has been charged in multiple cases. The exact number is indicated ...
  • The stories of Unchan, the former Government's Employee the was prosecuted with section 112 of the Criminal Code in her close to retire age. Under jurisdiction of the Bangkok Military Court Unchan was detained pending for trial for nearly 4 years. She enjoyed here temporary freedom from November 2 2018 until January 19 2021 where she was brought back to prison cell again after the court sentence her to 29 years and 174 months prison term for committed 29 counts of Lese Majeste offense.