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Army pride bruised by PDRC attack

counter-attack threat in leaflet drop

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Leaflets were found at the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters Saturday saying the military had lost its dignity for failing to protect an officer injured in an attack by anti-government protest guards on Friday. 

The so-called "guards" of the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) have had training sessions like these, but numerous shootings and beatings have been alleged. (File photo by Pornprom Satrabhaya)

The leaflet questioned how many more soldiers would have to be hurt before the supreme commander and other top military officers realised it was time to take action.

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