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Behind bars, colour rivals become friends

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Imagine the following scenario: a hard-core red shirt and an equally hard-core yellow shirt follower are put in the same prison cell together with a rabid dog. 

Yellow and red shirt supporters throw objects at each other and trade blows in a clash outside the Crime Suppression Division office on Phahon Yothin Road in September. The yellow shirts turned up to support a woman summoned for questioning over the alleged harassment of red-shirt activist Darunee Kritbunyalai. SURAPOL PROMSAKA NA SAKOLNAKORN

Common sense dictates that the two political opponents should set aside their political differences and join hands to get rid of the rabid dog.

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