Red Shirt lawyer claims he witnessed military taking medic from home – Bangkok Post, March 17, 2015
…Despite this, Winyat Chartmontree, a red-shirt lawyer, called on the military to release Ms Nattatida immediately.
He claimed two soldiers in uniform and three plainclothes officers showed up at Ms Nattatida’s house on Saturday and took her away.
These officers did not have a warrant and claimed to be acting under martial law, which allows the military to detain a person without charge for up to seven days…
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