Court: Thai soldiers not guilty in Muslims’ deaths

Court: Thai soldiers not guilty in Muslims' deaths -, May 29, 2009

..."The court stressed the need to transport the victims to the army base in a rush because the incident happened near a royal palace. The court also said a lot of nails that had been sprayed on the road also delayed the trucks. But the court did not mention how the victims were piled up on top of each other," she said.
In 2006, in an effort at reconciliation, the military agreed to drop charges against 58 protesters for illegal gathering, illegal possession of arms and causing a public disturbance. The government also paid financial compensation to the families of the dead and injured...
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