Photos of Angkana's funeral
PAD mourn the death of a young female PAD protester who died in the police's raid in the evening of October 7. Miss Angkana Radubpanyawoot, age 28, died of a large blast wound to the left side of her chest. PAD fell silent to honour the victim and honoured those who have been injured by the multiple tear gas attacks.
PAD mourn the death of a former police, Pol.Lt.Col.Methee Chartmontri, a frontline PAD security chief, from Buriram who died in the police's raid in the afternoon of October 7. He died immediately besides a blasted car, parked near the protest site. He had a wife and two young daughter 7 and 3. PAD fell silent to honour him and attend his funeral .
Photos of Methee's funeral
After the historical verdict on October 21,2008, which sentenced 2 years imprionment of Thaksin, The Administrative Court also issued an order to prohibit police to use violent force to disperse PAD. Pro-Thaksin has changed the tactics by using polices-in-disguise, UDD (DAAD) or the red-shirt gang as well as Thaksin-hiring plainclothes police or on-sale military soldier
saboteurs to escalate more violences and vicious attacks against PAD and judges, for example, two grenade explosions at two high court judges's residences, an arson in a Chiangmai's local radio station which broadcasts PAD's rally, an M-26 grenade explosion thrown at PAD's guards killing one and severely injured one as well as injured four more on October 30, 2008.
Attacks on Santi Asoke Communities
In October 2008, a small village of peaceful Santi Asoke in Sri Saket in the lower northeast of Thailand where children, orphans, and strict Buddhist sect families live in a low profile agricultural lifestyle was violently raided and intimidated by a red UDD/DAAD racketteer gansters. Police simply took no action against the attackers.
In the middle week of November 2008, a vegetarian restaurant namely Meritism Park (Uthayan Boonniyom), a member of Santi Asoke, a strong alliance of PAD, situated in the urban area of Ubol Rachathani, Northeast of Thailand, was stormed in by a crowd of red UDD/DAAD racketteer gansters. There were mostly women who did not resist or fight back. A police station is only 100 meters away from the restaurant, but as expected, the 10-minute attack leaving three people beaten up and the shop totally ransacked did not prompt the police to rescue the victims in time.
On November 30, 2008 Thaksin supporters gangsters rallied in front of a Buddhist practice residence namely "Doi Lai Plai Fa" in a Meritism Community of Sant Asoke. They seriously threatened this Santi Asoke residence which sites an 107 MHz FM radio station broadcasting Buddhism programs. It is in a serene forest environment of San Sai, Metropolitan district, Chiang Rai.
About 01:00 on December 3, 2008, this Buddhist practice residence was attacked by arsonists. Two wooden huts were set fire with benzine and dry rice straw.
About 19:00 on December 7, 2008 an assailant in a pickup open fired with an M16 automatic rifle into this Buddhist practice residence. Fortunately there was nobody injured. A water reservoir tank was hit. Over a hundred of M16 bullet cases were found. The police made no arrest.
More Daily Killing with Military Weapons
In the early hour at 3 AM on November 20, 2008, an M26 ambushed outside the seized Government House launched a deadly M79 grenade onto the peacefully resting audiences in front of the rally stage. The grenade pierced through the tent roof and exploded directly on the crowd. Mr.Jenkit Kladsakorn, one of the protestors was fatally hit while other twenty more audiences were injured and hospitalized.
PAD mourn the death of a male PAD protester, a father of a young daughter of 11 years old and a small son of 7 years old, Mr.Jenkit Kladsakorn from Sataheep, who died on November 20, after sustaining multiple serious wounds on the neck and the chest following an explosion of an M79 grenade launced by M203 grenade launcher ambushing outside the beseiged Government House at about 3 AM. PAD fell silent to honour victims and honoured other 26 victims who have been injured in the same attack.
His Daughter's Interview
Photos of Jenjit's Body Rally Outside Metropolitan Police Headquarter
More Grenades Injuring and Killing PAD which PM Somchai said they were just usual crimes.
Eight protesters were injured and one male of 22 years old, Yuthapong Samerpark sustained a brain death, after two assailants fired a grenade at a group of some 20 PAD guards who were standing outside a gate of the Government House at the Misakawan Intersection opposite the Education Ministry, on Saturday November 22, 2008 at 2:10 am.
Two suspects parked their motorcycle near the back gate of the Metropolitan Police Headquarter and used a grenade launcher to launch a grenade at the protesters.
An eyewitness taxi driver waiting at the intersection for passengers saw a red light in the air, followed by a loud noise shortly. The two men were about 200 metres away from the explosion spot. They ran to their motorcycle and fled the scene on Phitsanulok Road. The explosion caused a small hole in the ground and damaged two pick-up trucks, a sedan car and a motorcycle near the scene.
Later, Yuthapong Samerpark was declared dead at Ramathibodi Hospital at 14:30 November 23, 2008. He sustained a severe blast injury to the brain and the neck with shrapnels causing a cerebral haemorrhage and severe brain edema.
PAD mourn the death of this young PAD guard, a father of a young daughter of 2 years old. PAD fell silent to honour victims and honoured other 7 victims who have been injured in this attack.
PAD's Announcement Number 24
PAD's Press Release November 22,2008
PAD's Announcement Number 25
A Chiang Mai local radio station surrounded and a PAD supporter shot dead in front of ignorant police.
A Chiang Mai local radio station, Avis (Vihok) Raio Station, which is an alliance of PAD, leading by Terdsak Jiamkitwatana, has been broadcasting PAD's rally all along. Since it is very well located in the capital of the Thaksin regime, it has been under regular attacks from Thaksin's supporters for the past six months. In fact, fifteen incidences of shooting into the radio station by red DAAD gangsters or Chaing Mai Protectors 51 Group (Kon Rak Chaing Mai) or Thaksin Protectors Group (Kon Rak Thaksin) have occurred.
Terdsak and his fellow who call themselves Royal panther troops, on November 26, 2008, was surrounded by red DAAD gangsters in the radio station. The red racketteers fired into the radio station with pistols and steel balls/sling shots. There were some people injured by gunshots but trapped by the surrounding gangsters inside and would not be allowed to leave the station to goto the hospital.
Setha Jiamkitwatana, the 60-year-old father of Terdsak, decided to drive through the red gangsters to help the trapped injured but was stopped and dragged out of his pick-up truck. His right arm was nearly chopped off. He was brutally beaten up and shot to death in front of rows of polices who stood idly. No arrest was made as well as rarely media report was reported on this killing.
Chiang Mai Incidence
A local 107.5 MHz FM radio station broadcasting PAD rally in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai, in the far north, was attacked by a makeshift bomb which caused minimal damages.
Four Grenade Explosions Near the Government House November 27,2008
ASTV under Sondhi Limthongkul of the Manager Media Group, a Cable TV station which is the primary mouthpiece of PAD has been under numerous attacks by various military weapons such as grenades, pistols and rifles throughout the past two months. At about1:50 am on Friday 28, 2008, there was an explosion probably launched by a bazooka aiming at the studio of the station, followed by a continuous ten-minutes bombardment with AK47 assault rifles. The attack came by boat as the station situates besides the Chao Praya River. Fortunately, nobody was killed. Afterwards, numerous AK47 bullet cases, a lot of bullet holes on the walls and in the windows were found. There was another round of grenades attack at about 00:30 am on Saturday 29, 2008. There were two explosions at the back of ASTV station facing the Chao Praya River.
VDO Showing Broadcasting While Attacked by Military Weapons
ASTV Cable TV Station was Bombarded by Military Weapons
At about 23:30 on November 29, 2008 the rallying people in the government house in front of the center stage were hit by an explosion of an M79 grenade fired from outside of the compound, near Benjamaborpit Temple. The grenade fell through the tent roof on to the crowd and seriously injured five people, Miss Kamolwan Muennu, 27 years old from Pataloong, graduated from Rajmongkol Pranakorn, suffering from a severe blast injury to the back of the head, Mrs.Jitra Jintanasap 57 years old from Nakorn Srithamrat, Miss Supanna and Mrs.Piangjai suffering from severe brain injuries. All four critical were admitted to the ICU at Ramathibodi Hospital. Another female of 64 years old, Mrs.Sirinan Iadprasert, a pig farm owner, from Prajuab Kirikan, sustained a ruptured left eyeball. Other fourty seven people were less injured from shrapnels. (Photos of the incidence)
Miss Kamolwan Muennu succumbed to death on the following day. She was the elder sister of a brother and a sister. She was sacrificial to her last day, as her family willingly donated the eyes, the kidneys, the liver to patients in transplant projects. PAD mourn her death and fell silent to honour her and other victims injured in the same attack.
At about 04:00 on November 30, 2008 there was a grenade explosion at the 6th entrance of Don Muang Airport's domestic flight building where PAD is holding a rally. Two men were injured, namely Mr.Kampol Thongkam, PAD 27 years old and Mr.Tiam Uathadthan a passer-by. Mr.Kampol sustained lacerations by shrapnels on the chest and the left arm. This incidence happened despite of a well fortified perimeters by walls of automobile tyres.
At about 00:15 on December 2, 2008 there was a grenade fired from a mysterious van on the toll way at the PAD's rallying in Don Muang Airport. The grenade exploded near the entrance of the inbound passengers. A large glass window was shattered. Twenty nine people were injured. Mr.Ronachai Chaisri, 29 years old, from Songkla was fatally injured by a blast wound to the back of the head. Mr. Wijai Wijan 43 Mr.Wuthichat Prakongwong 26, Mr.Prasong Kongprasutr, 55, Mr.Somsak Chaisuwan 46, Miss.Phanchawee Suphatpong, 66, and Mr.Piyachart Daengpuangpaibul, 30 are also seriously injured. Miss Phanchawee suffered from a blast injury to the head, a shrapnel depositing in the brain and a brain haemorrhage. She had an operation on the brain and remained comatosed.
PAD mourn Ronachai's death and fell silent to honour him and other victims injured in the same attack.