Bangkok police revoke bail of five pro-democracy protest leaders released after allegedly violating ICC’s bail conditions

Bangkok police are filing for bail to be revoked against five recently released pro-democracy protest leaders after allegedly violating the ICC’s bail conditions.

Police Major General Sukhun Prommayon, the deputy commissioner of the metropolitan police, said his detectives had closely monitored the behaviour of all protest leaders released on bail and found that five protest leaders had violated bail conditions.

Police say they misbehaved during a demonstration and also delivered speeches at recent rallies at several pro-democracy protests. This was, according to the police, a violation of their bail conditions.

the pl. The commissioner said: “Police have warned the leaders but there are still violations, so the investigating officers have decided to file a request for bail to be revoked. It has already been sent to the prosecutor and is under consideration by the prosecutor.”

The names of protest leaders for whom bail would be filed have still not been disclosed to the public, according to the Metropolitan Police Bureau.

However, all of the demonstrators released on bail who were prosecuted under Sections 112 and 116 are Jatupat “Pai Dao Din” Boonpattararaksa; Panusaya “Rung” Sithijirawattanakul; Panupong “Mike” Jadnok; Chaiyamorn Kaewwiboonphan of Ammy the Bottom Blues; Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak; Ann Nampa; Patiwat “Mor Lam Bank” Saraiyaem; Somyot Pruksakasemsuk; and Pasarawalee “Mild” Thanakitwibulpol.

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