Sae Daeng Threats

Sae Daeng threats - February 16, 2010
Maj. Gen. Khattiya's (Sae Daeng's) threats against the Prime Minster's family and the cabinet have caused even Thaksin's lawyer to speak up.
From the Post: ...Mr Noppadon also said he would like to say on behalf of Thaksin that army specialist Maj-Gen Khattiya Sawasdipol should not use the former prime minister's name in conducting his activities, because this could cause misunderstanding and send out wrong signals...

[2015 note: Like many Thai newspaper articles from the early days of the Thai internet, this article is no longer online. Below is the complete text of the original article.]

Noppadon: Thaksin not involved

Published: 15/02/2010 at 05:04 PM
Online news: Breakingnews

Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra had nothing to do with the weekend grenade attack and discovery of C4 explosive near the Supreme Court, his lawyer and close aide Noppadon Pattana said on Monday.

Mr Noppadon was referring to the M79 grenade attack at Rajamangala University of Technology Phra Nakhon on Saturday and the discovery of 1.3kg of C4 charge at the fence of the Supreme Court's compound on Sunday.

He said he talked to Thaksin on Sunday night.

Mr Noppadon called for the authorities to catch those responsible.

he said when when the Sepreme Cout delivers its verdict in his 76 billion baht assets case on Feb 26, Thaksin would be listening to it in Dubai and he hoped the court would give him due justice.

No matter what the verdict might be, Thaksin and his family were prepared for it and would act within the law and through peaceful means, he said.

Mr Noppadon also said he would like to say on behalf of Thaksin that army specialist Maj-Gen Khattiya Sawasdipol should not use the former prime minister's name in conducting his activities, because this could cause misunderstanding and send out wrong signals.

Maj-Gen Khattiya, known as Seh Daeng, should be more careful with his words, he said, adding that the red-shirts were also concerned about this.
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