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'Men in black' caravan hits the streets ahead of rally

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The Democrat Party yesterday released a "men in black" caravan to highlight the involvement of armed, black-clad men in the 2010 red-shirt rallies. 

The Democrat Party’s ‘men in black’ caravan is greeted by supporters as it makes a stop at Democracy Monument. The caravan is part of an effort to attract people to a Democrat rally at Lumpini Park today. APICHART JINAKUL

The caravan, led by party MPs Tankhun Jitt-itsara and Boonyod Sukthinthai, made five stops along the route where the so-called men in black were reportedly sighted during the April-May rallies.

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