The latest lese majeste case in Thailand sounds like a set-up, says Human Rights Watch Thai researcher, Sunai. Sunai Twittered, “PAD supporter filed complaint on lese majeste offense against well-known student activist Aum Neko…….The interview that sparked this case sounded like a set up to get Aum Neko in trouble,” says Sunai. The case involves Porntiwa, host of the TV show, Best of Your Life, going to Thammasart University to interview about 20 students. When she interview Sarun Chusai, a known Democratic activist also known as Aum Neko on Faceboof, Porntiwa said Sasun dove into insulting Thai Royalty. She then talked to a professor at the university, Thammasart, and was told Sarun was active with the university’s group of students who are critical of Thai Royalism, and that the group is supported by a wealth of un-known origin money. Porntiwas then, filed a lese majeste case against Sarun with the Thai police.
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