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  • Due to the Covid 19 restrictive mitigation policies, prisons in Thailand are currently forbidding inmate visitations with the sole exception being reserved for attorneys. Hence, during these days of imprisonment, “our friends” have become isolated from the outside world, including any news of friends , family members, and any waft of the country’s current affairs. Despite the ban on inmate visitations, the prison has allowed individuals to send letters to prisoners. This can be achieved either by these following ways...
  • Click the underlined items to see further detailsNote: An underlined name indicates that the person has been charged in multiple cases. The exact number is indicated ...
  • The stories of Unchan, the former Government's Employee the was prosecuted with section 112 of the Criminal Code in her close to retire age. Under jurisdiction of the Bangkok Military Court Unchan was detained pending for trial for nearly 4 years. She enjoyed here temporary freedom from November 2 2018 until January 19 2021 where she was brought back to prison cell again after the court sentence her to 29 years and 174 months prison term for committed 29 counts of Lese Majeste offense.

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