Government Report Says: Military Responsible For Killing At Least 25 People During Red Shirt Protests

by Michael on May 18, 2012


Even though the investigations of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) initially didn’t look like they’d actually be able to reveal anything the military didn’t want revealed, they now published a report that states that the army may be responsible for killing at least 25 people during the red shirt protests of 2010 in Bangkok.

Here’s the conclusion the DSI report came to:

  • 25 deaths: military
  • 12 deaths: red-shirt UDD
  • 52 deaths: unknown

You can read the whole story in the Bangkok Post.

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