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2010 protester 'killed by military fire'

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The South Bangkok Criminal Court ruled on Tuesday that a United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) protester was killed by a gunshot fired by soldiers during the military crackdown on anti-government protesters on May 19, 2010. 

The court made the ruling after prosecutors from the Office of the Criminal Litigation 4 asked it to establish Narin Srichomphu's cause of death.

Narin was shot on the pavement in front of Ban Ratchadamri condominium on Ratchadamri Road, near Sarasin intersection.

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