The evening that Seh Daeng got a head-shot by a sniper at around 19:00 h. when he was interviewing a reporter.
The evening that Seh Daeng
was assassinated by a sniper-shot whilst giving an interview to foreign press.
Here a graphic video
after the sniper-shot at Seh Daeng Seh Daeng after he was shot (photo Cyrille Andres)
Who killed Seh Daeng (ใครฆ่า เสธ.แดง)?"
(photo-journ's newsblog by John Le Fevre)
An extract of above mentioned link:
"The same group of people claim RTA (กองทัพบก) officers were smiling and shaking each others hands and that they were told by an RTA (กองทัพบก) officer “you have seen nothing, go back to your hotel at once or you will be arrested and deported… you’ve seen nothing, nothing to see here… go back to your hotels”.
Read more: Thailand special forces troops are said to have impersonated journalists and captured hundreds of hours of video of the 2010 red-shirts protests http://photo-journ.com/2011/who-killed-seh-daeng#ixzz1qn60QDsL
" (RTA = Royal Thai army) Boonthink, a volunteer paramedic
from Vachira Hospital shot at by the Thai Army while assisting an injured and was pronounced dead at the at the Ramathibodi Hospital, 15 May 2010 (don't open this link when you are sensitive to see blood) "The actual number of those killed will never be known
as the Thai army personnel carried away many dead bodies and did not acknowledge them." – stated Mr Suhas Chakma, Director of Asian Centre for Human Rights.
ACHR warned that Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva can be held individually responsible as provided under the Article 25(3)(a) of the Rome Statute of International Criminal Court for intentionally directed the attacks against the civilian demonstrators who are not taking part in any hostility as provided under Article 8(2)(e)(i) of the Rome Statute. Source ACHR
Bangkok: The Asian Centre for Human Rights, a NGO having Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) warned against impending human rights catastrophe against the Red Shirts demonstrators in Bangkok, Thailand and condemned the violations of the right to life of the Red Shirt protestors and absolute denial of the freedom of expression by the Government of Thailand through banning and/or blocking of all the television stations, radio stations and the internet sites allegedly closed to the opposition political parties.
The evidence including video records of the events on 10 April 2010 presented to the ACHR establish beyond any reasonable doubt that the Thai security forces used disproportionate force that resulted in the violation of the right to life of a large number of civilians and injury of about 800 protestors.
Principle 9 of the United Nations Basic Principles on the Use of Force and Firearms by Law Enforcement Officials clearly states that “Law enforcement officials shall not use firearms against persons except in self-defence or defence of others against the imminent threat of death or serious injury, to prevent the perpetration of a particularly serious crime involving grave threat to life, to arrest a person presenting such a danger and resisting their authority, or to prevent his or her escape, and only when less extreme means are insufficient to achieve these objectives. In any event, intentional lethal use of firearms may only be made when strictly unavoidable in order to protect life”.
“It is clear from the evidence submitted to the ACHR by the opposition political parties that the firings by the security forces have not been ‘in self-defence or defence of others against the imminent threat of death or serious injury’ but premeditated and willful acts of killings.”- stated Mr Suhas Chakma, Director of Asian Centre for Human Rights. Continue reading
Source: ACHR edit
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