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Police Crack Down on Anti-Authorities Protesters in Bangkok

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Police Crack Down on Anti-Authorities Protesters in Bangkok

Police Crack Down on Anti-Government Protesters in Bangkok

Police fired poke gasoline, rubber bullets and water cannon at anti-govt protesters in Bangkok on Saturday, March 20, according to native media and reviews from the scene. Photographs shared by journalist Inkaew Opanukrawkul reveals police with rebellion shields at the Phra Pin-klao Bridge come the Remarkable Palace on Saturday evening. Protesters, including the anti-govt team REDEM, marched to name for monarchy reform and the free up of professional-democracy activists from Bangkok Remand prison, where they had been denied bail. A trial against anti-govt jabber leaders began earlier in the week, charging Thai activists with sedition and criticizing the monarchy, which is against the law. Credit rating: Inkaew Opanukrawkul via Storyful

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Police Crack Down on Anti-Authorities Protesters in Bangkok