The Bangkok South Criminal Court on Friday handed down its ruling on the inquests of three red-shirt demonstrators found dead near a military base at Lumpini Park during the 2010 protests.
The court identified the types of bullets that killed the victims on May 14 and the locations where the weapons were fired from. However, it had no evidence to conclude who pulled the triggers.
Piyapong Kittiwong and Prachuab Silarak were shot dead in the park while Somsak Silarak was killed near the statue of King Rama VI.
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