Red-shirt ruling deferred to April 30
published : 6 Feb 2020 at 17:07
writer: Post Reporters
The Supreme Court again deferred its ruling on the case against seven red-shirt leaders charged for their violent protest outside the home of the late Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda in 2007, after one of them failed to turn up on Thursday.
The court on Thursday was scheduled to pass final judgement on Veerakarn Musikapong, Nattawut Saikuar, Vipoothalaeng Pattanapoomthai and Weng Tojirakarn, of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship, and Nopparoot Worachitwutthikul, Veerasak Hemathulin and Wanchai Naputtha.
However, Mr Nopparoot was absent. His wife and guarantor, Sirisakul Saikuar, said he had moved to a new address and she had not been able to reach him.
The court then postponed the ruling to April 30.