Secret repatriations

Secret repatriations- July 7, 2004
Thailand sends alleged raiders for trail in Laos - Radio Free Asia, July 6, 2004
Thai authorities have repatriated 16 Lao nationals to face trial at home for allegedly robbing a Lao border post in 2000, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reports. The move comes six months after a Thai appeal court threw out a Lao extradition request and ordered the men freed within 48 hours... All 16 men were removed from the Immigration Detention Center in Bangkok on Sunday, July 4, and taken under guard to Oubol in southern Thailand, Thai and Lao...
Laos Dissidents Secretly Repatriated from Thailand, Rule of Law Undermined; Black List Agreement May Target Hmong, Says CPPA - U.S. Newswire, July 6, 2004
Sixteen surviving Lao and Thai dissident and rebel leaders who participated in the Ban Vang Tao cross-border raid that occurred at a Thai-Lao border crossing on July 3, 2000, were secretly, and forcibly repatriated from Bangkok, Thailand to the communist regime in Laos at 6 a.m. (Bangkok Local Time), Sunday morning, July 4, 2004.
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