Thailand 2010 Bloodshed Anniversary.

1-Red-shirt-rally-Bangkok-20105 years ago, the world saw Thailand soldiers shooting protesters and parts of Bangkok going up in flames. At least 98 people lost their lives and more than 2,000 were injured because of the excessive and unnecessary force by the Thai army. No justice till this day for that bloodshed. Deputy Prime Minister Suthep Thaugsuban who approved the use of live ammunition on the protesters in 2010, is a monk now.

Amazing! Monk! Good move Suthep.
Amazing! Monk! Good move Suthep.

Junta forced the relatives of the dead to cancel the 5th year anniversary ‘merit making’ ceremony at the temple. Article 44 rules!

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Violence Hits Bangkok As Military Crackdown

Protesters help carry Hiro Muramoto, a 43-year old Tokyo-based Japanese national who worked as a TV cameraman for Reuters, after he was shot during a clash between protesters and Thai soldiers Saturday, April 10, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Muramoto was married with two children.
protesters and Thai soldiers Saturday, April 10, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand’s government said five soldiers and 13 civilians, including Muramoto, have died in the worst violence in Bangkok since more than four dozen people were killed in an antimilitary protest in 1992. Muramoto was married with two children, according to Thomson Reuters. (AP Photo)Protesters help carry Hiro Muramoto, a 43-year old Tokyo-based Japanese national who worked as a TV cameraman for Reuters, after he was shot during a clash between protesters and Thai soldiers Saturday, April 10, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Muramoto was married with two children.
April 10, 2015: Osamu Isawa, charge d'affairs of the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok, lay flowers on the spot where the Japanese reporter Hiroyuki Muramoto was shot dead in 2010. He said "The Japanese government is still waiting for the result of the investigation into the reporter's death". Keep on waiting "Welcome to Thailand Injustice".
April 10, 2015: Osamu Isawa, charge d’affairs of the Japanese Embassy in Bangkok, lay flowers on the spot where the Japanese reporter Hiroyuki Muramoto was shot dead in 2010. He said “The Japanese government is still waiting for the result of the investigation into the reporter’s death”. Keep on waiting “Welcome to Thailand Injustice”.

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