Clowns aplenty in parliament circus - Bangkok Post, April 23, 2009
...Here are some examples of the “garbage” discharged by Pheu Thai MPs, especially Surapong Tovichakchaikul from Chiang Mai and Chalerm Yubamrung:
+ Red-shirt protesters were not responsible for the collapse of the Asean plus 3 and Asean plus 6 summit in Pattaya. It was the Abihsit government which cancelled the summits and it was the blue shirts who provoked the red-shirt protest.
+ The LPG gas truck which was parked near the Din Daeng apartment with its valves open was not the work of the red-shirt protesters, but outsiders masquerading as red shirts.
+ Red-shirt protesters did not harm or smashed the car of Niphon Promphan, secretary-general of the prime minister, at the Interior Ministry. On the contrary, they were there to rescue Niphon.
+ Red-shirt protest was peaceful and they did not cause any hardships to the people in Bangkok. They went on rampage after they were provoked by the government which declared the state of emergency in Bangkok.
+ The declaration of state of emergency was totally unjustified because there was no emergency situation in Bangkok...
Right: Komchadluek, April 21, 2009 - It reads: Some of the Red Shirt UDD leaders who have arrest warrants on their heads and rewards for useful information that leads to their arrest.
Interior Ministry mayhem -
Police offer bounty for info on suspects - The Nation, April 20, 2009
Moving into ‘action’ phase - The Straits Times, April 20, 2009
FTI: Damage greater this time - Scenes of violence alarm investors - Bangkok Post, April 17, 2009
Sondhi of PAD survives shootings - Bangkok Post, April 17, 2009
Media mogul Sondhi's car ambushed - TOC, April 17, 2009
DTV now MVTV - April, 17, 2009