More anti-Section 112 graffiti found

More anti-Section 112 graffiti found

TRAT: More graffiti protesting the lese majeste law was found on a wall of the Provincial Municipal Office's market on Friday.

Prasarn Phongpanich, Trat City's deputy mayor, said the spray-painted slogan "cross no. 112 KORN SKIT" was found on the market's side and back walls.

The message opposing the law, Section 112 of the Criminal Code, was spraypainted in black. The word "SKIT" was decorated with a crown.

The same message can be found nearby, with another crown-decorated message, middle-finger drawings, and three-fingered signs.

The suspects are assumed to be the same group that painted graffiti protest messages on a wall of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in Bangkok on March 29.

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