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Chalerm, Police Chief Skip National Human Rights Commission Hearing Again

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Obviously they are far too important and far too busy, to be inconvenienced by having to attend and answer the questions.

Better send the troops instead.

Obviously they are far too important and far too busy, to be inconvenienced by having to attend and answer the questions.

Better send the troops instead.

I think it goes far, far beyond that. It appears to be a simple disregard for human rights, and perhaps a lack of respect for people with alternate views too? It is very profound, and terribly disturbing that they would not even consider this important enough to show their faces.

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I heard rumours that the fourth row of demonstrators was in fact police in plain clothes who were ordered to push forward, thereby ensuring the front rows seemed to be trying to break through the barriers and hence justify the teargas response.

Now that couldn't possibly be true could it and perhaps explain why Chalerm doesn't want to answer questions?

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Obviously they are far too important and far too busy, to be inconvenienced by having to attend and answer the questions.

Better send the troops instead.

Actually, Tuesday is the day they make their bank deposits with the weekend "donations" they picked up on Monday. It is very difficult to interrupt such a long standing routinewhistling.gifwhistling.gifwhistling.gif .

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NHRC subcommittee chairman Niran Pitakwatchara is reviewing four actions by the government -

-denying access to the rally site,

-using excessive force and teargas against protesters,

-blocking ambulances from servicing the injured,

-and arresting news crews on duty.

That's democracy according to the Thaskin clan. Poor Thailand

At the very least, blocking ambulances from servicing the injured should be criminal negligence. I remember also the journo who stated he was knocked to the ground, where they kicked into him.

They are just lucky no one died.

And if someone had died at that protest, i'd bet you a pound to a piece of shit that Abhisit wouldn't be in court facing a murder charge this week ;)

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Chalerm, police chief skip NHRC hearing again

"do you know who I am" comes to mind

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Thaksin, their boss, showed contempt for Human Rights and the rule of law.

The minions continue this abuse.

TIT. under Thaksin.

Change is desperately needed.

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I'm sure Chalerm is busy working out ways of emasculating the NHRC even more than its current low level. After consulting the boss, of course.

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