Unless there is an abrupt change of schedule, the Truth for Reconciliation Commission of Thailand (TRCT) will today release its final report on the political protests by the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, the red shirts, during April and May 2010 which descended into violence and a military crackdown, leaving 92 people dead, including two protesters in Udon Thani and one in Khon Kaen.
Manop Charnchangthong, 48, at a press conference in January last year at the Department of Special Investigation. Presented as one of the men in black, the arrested red shirt activist denied harming soldiers on April 10, 2010 during the battles at Kok Wua intersection.
Among the 89 dead in Bangkok were at least six soldiers, the most prominent one being Col Romklao Thuwatham who was killed while attempting to contain a mob of red-shirt protesters at Kok Wua intersection on April 10.
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