PAD’s “final war” – August 28

PAD's "final war" - August 28

PAD's "final war" - August-September, 2008
Earlier: High tension in Thailand

Phutjatkhan, August 28, 2008 - Stand to fight against tyrants - Seas of people prevent the PAD's 9 mass rally leaders from being arrested - Popular politics - PM orders mob to end

Khao Sod, August 28, 2008 - Court order PAD to remove from Government House ending the rally. Issuance of arrest warrants for 9 PAD leaders approved - Samak hosts banquet for Olympic Game athletes, giving suggestion on money spending. Reward chance with Khao Sod today.

Police confirm 82 who broke into NBT were PAD members - Bangkok Post, August 28, 2008
...The raid was the work of 82 people who called themselves ''Srivijaya warriors'' who worked as guards for the PAD.
The www.manager.co.th website of core PAD leader Sondhi Limthongkul also called the 82 people ''Srivijaya warriors''.
...Gen Panlop dismissed any link with the raids on NBT. The PAD protesters also occupied other government agencies before retreating later.
Earlier, deputy government spokesman Natthawut Saikua suggested the raids were connected to former military officers critical of the government.
It was alleged Sqn Ldr Prasong Soonsiri, a former charter writer, and Gen Panlop might be behind the PAD movement. Gen Panlop warned Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej not to impose the emergency decree in order to try to break up the PAD protests. That could easily lead to the situation getting completely out of hand.



Komchadluek, August 28, 2008 - Criminal Court approves arrest warrants to be issued for 9 PAD leaders - Charge of treason filed against the PAD leaders
General Anupong is to be the man who steers the boat - Command prompted to governors to stop PAD rallies from provinces to join the Bangkok rally

Ban Muang, August 28, 2008 - Arrest warrants issued for 9 PAD leaders for the treason charges - Sondhi and Chamlong challenge police to arrest them amidst the crowd of rally members - Hundreds of thousands of PAD enraged by a court order injunction to remove them from Government House

Daily World Today, August 28, 2008 - Court approves arrest warrants for PAD leaders for treason charges



Daily News, August 28, 2008 - Court orders PAD to retreat - Rally stage to be removed from Government House - The PAD appeals against the court’s injunction - Arrest warrants issued for the 9 PAD leaders for charges of treason.

PAD's "final war" - August-September, 2008
Earlier: High tension in Thailand

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