From Matichon Weekly, September 21, 2012
Cover reads: Pan Khamgong – buttons his first button.
[Article summary: On September 17, 2012, the Criminal Court gave a verdict on Pan Khamgong’s death saying he was killed by a military officer during the Red Shirt protest on May 15, 2010. Soldiers shot at Mr. Pan while he was trying to drive a van to break through a military checkpoint on Ratchaprarop road. “Buttons his first button” means something like he learns his first lesson.]
From Nation Weekend, September 21, 2012
The cover reads: ‘Men in Black’ – in the name of their belief
The man is Khanit na Nakorn, the Truth for Reconciliation Commission of Thailand’s (TRCT) committee.
Under the picture reads: Open the secret off the TRCT record, Khanit na Nakorn
[On September 17, 2012, TRCT revealed its final report on the Red Shirt protest in April and May, 2012 case to the public. Part of the report said that there were ‘Men in Black’ involved in the violence, and some soldiers were killed by these men but none of the protesters were. The report found out that these men associated with the Red Shirt guards and Lt. Gen. Kattiya Sawaddipol, aka Seh Daeng. “In the name of their belief” means something like “they did it because the believed in their anti-government cause.”]