4 former PAD protesters with a lawyer Submit a petition against the NBT to oust Samak Sundaravej’s government in 2008. “Je Pong” said he was not worried.
At 10:00 am today (December 7) at the Criminal Court, Ratchadaphisek Road, Ms Anchalee Pirirak, Mr Phuwadol Songprasert, Mr Yuttiyag Limlertwatee, a member of the PAD and Mr Chiti Pat Limthongkul, brother of Mr Sonthi Limthongkul, former leader of the Alliance People for Democracy. The defendant in the case, Black Case No. 1033/2561, invaded the National Broadcasting and Television Station of Thailand (NBT) together with Ms. Puangthip Boonsanong, a lawyer, to submit a petition and supporting documents in the petition process of defending the case.
After that, Ms. Puangthip Boonsanong, a lawyer, filed a petition with evidence documents to the staff of the Appellate Division-Dika. It took about 40 minutes and the process was completed. Ms Puangthip Boonsanong, a lawyer, said that the former PAD leader today filed a petition with a request for permission to petition. who have fought on different issues and the officer received the document After this, this will be the next stage of consideration in the Supreme Court.
while Ms Anchalee Pairerak said that in this case the Court of First Instance and the Court of Appeal sentenced each person to one year of imprisonment without parole. If granted, it will go to a Supreme Court trial and ruling. Personally, I don’t care. He also confirmed the facts presented from the beginning.
Mr Yuthiyong Limlertwatee said that we have a pure intention to work for the country, so we will maintain this purity as long as possible. When going anywhere, they will not do anything illegal, now mentally and physically prepared, there is nothing to worry about.
Reporters reported that For this case, the prosecutor of Criminal Division 4 filed a lawsuit for the crime of joining an invasion, conspiracy, and causing disorder in the country. Thieves Club jointly raid and seize a Thai television station (NBT) during a PAD rally to oust the Samak government in 2008
The Court of First Instance ruled on February 12, 2020 that the defendant’s action was a single action that violated many chapters. sentenced to the most severe punishment For joining to trespass at night, Ms. Anchalee, 2nd defendant, Mr. Phuwadol, 3rd defendant, Mr. Yuttiyong, 4th defendant, and Mr. Chitiphat, 5th defendant, each year without parole.
Later, on May 10, 2022, the Court of Appeal confirmed the judgment of the Court of First Instance, and each was sentenced to one year in prison without parole.
However, for Mr. Somkiat Pongpaiboon, the 1st defendant, died during the trial. The court then ordered the case for the 1st defendant only to be sold out of the case directory.