Bangkok police threatened to arrest those who post anti-coup messages on social networks

Local press reports, Deputy Bangkok police chief Pol Maj Gen Amnuay Nimmano on Thursday threatened to arrest those who post anti-coup messages on social networks. The Bangkok Metropolitan Police Bureau is now collaborating with the Technology Crime Suppression Division to track down people who post messages deemed as instigating anti-coup or anti- junta protests, Amnuay…

Human Rights: 5) After AI reform, Somyot gets prisoner of conscious status & still FCCT shuns Somyot

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist During the depth of Thailand’s usage of lese majeste, during the Abhisit government, Amnesty International decided on a policy of quote  “Engagement and working with the system.” That working with the system, took Amnesty International to the point of issuing statement that this and that victim of lese majeste, was quote: “Almost a prisoner of conscious.” The engagement policy…

Human Rights: Thailand’s prison for political prisoners opens today

By Ranger, Thai Intel’s political journalist Thailand Gets a Political prisoner Prison: Matichon, a newspaper for the intellect in Thailand, just reported that Thailand’s prison for political prisoners goes into operations today, after the flooding caused a delay in its opening. The following is from the wiki on political prisoners: According to the Longman Dictionary…

Journalism: Bangkok Post analysis on lese majeste issue called “Breakthrough for Thailand’s Media”

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist Well, the Bangkok Post, is about the Thai establishment. And when the Thai establishment media does an in-depth report on an issue as controversial as lese majeste in Thailand-it means something. What that means, according to Political Prisoner Thailand-is a breakthrough. However, Thai Intel’s reaction is “No Comment.” The…

Human Rights: Is the new Thai Telecom-Media regulator lacking in “Democratic & Liberty” spirit

By Pooky, Thai Intel’s economics journalist Thailand‘s very un-democratic Senate, where a bunch of members are there because of the authoritarian centrally planned 2006 coup government Constitution, just voted to elect 11 Thais to become the new telecom-media regulator. And so many soldiers and police became regulators. It looks like “Bad Form.” The word spirit,…

Justice: Thai Constitutional Court says “Case Hold in Secret Court Hearing” OK because “Mostly” fair & just

By Tammy, Thai Intel’s humanity journalist In more advanced and developed countries-they say a person is presume innocent until proven guilty and so the court proceeding, needs to be as fair and just as possible-to ensure that the innocent rights is safely guarded. But this is “Amazing Thailand.” The Thai Constitutional Court, according to Prachathai,…