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Brutality a sad fact of our daily life

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While the country is still debating whether martial law is actually just a coup, people across the country are subjected to daily brutality, whether from deeply ingrained militarism in officialdom or our own psyche. 

Ask 28-year-old Mueno, an ethnic Karen mother-of-five from Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan forest.

Her husband, Porlajee “Billy” Rakchongcharoen, disappeared after he was arrested by national park chief Chaiwat Limlikitaksorn last month.

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