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“Blue shirts” saga continues


Arisman lodges complaint against PM

By: BangkokPost.com
Published: 5/06/2009 at 12:28 PM

Arisman Pongruengrong, a United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship leader, on Friday morning lodged a complaint with Crime Suppression Division police against Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and 10 other people, alleging they ordered men in blue shirts to attack the UDD’s red-shirt protesters near the Royal Cliff Beach Resort Hotel in Pattaya on April 10-11.

The other people named in the complaint include Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban, Interior Minister Chavarat Charnvirakul, police chief Gen Patcharawat Wongsuwan and Newin Chidchob, leader of a faction of MPs in the Bhumjaithai Party.

Mr Arisman was accompanied by nine other people who have been charged with leading the red shirts in the storming of the hotel, which was the venue for the Asean summit, on April 11.

The raid forced the cancellation of the summit and the emergency evacuation of visiting Asian leaders .

what took Arisaman and UDD so long?   now I am curions what will be  Abhisit & Suthep’s next move.

surely Dems,  army (and their ISOC)  and other members of Amart   were hot being idle and wasted their time for nothing – they must have prepared  already something.

Update

curiously   BJT  party  is also wearing  “Blue shirts”  seen on photo on Nation’s website (already taken off it seems).

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