Red-shirts 'will respect court’s ruling'
The red-shirts will accept the court’s verdict on whether to revoke bail for their leaders without any protest, spokesman for the United front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) Worawut Wichaidit said on Wednesday.
- Published: 22/08/2012 at 02:26 PM
- Newspaper section: breakingnews
The Criminal Court is this afternoon expected to announce its ruling on petitions asking that it withdraw bail for 19 red-shirt leaders facing terrorism-related charges for alleged breach of bail conditions.
“The red-shirts will definitely respect the court’s order and will not stage any protest even if our co-leaders are jailed again,” he said.
However, Mr Worawut was concerned about communicating with the large number of red-shirt supporters of the UDD who were gathering in front of the court in a show of support for their leaders.
He said had cooperated with police, asking for permission to use a loud speaker if necessary to pass on correct information to the UDD supporters and to prevent any possible violence caused by misunderstanding.
He believed that the court would give justice to the defendants and would not revoke their bail.
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