Public prosecutor reschedules hearing of 9 PAD leaders

The Office of the Attorney-General on Wednesday postponed filing charges against nine leaders of the People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD) to March 3 as 38 more witnesses have to testify before the case can be proposed to the court. […]

Prosecutor Chamras Atthasuriyanan said the hearing have to be rescheduled from Wednesday to March 3 at 10am because more evidences have to be gathered and 38 witnesses still have to be interrogated.

The suspects could not attend the hearing on Wednesday as they are on duty outside Bangkok, according to the prosecutor. (Bangkok Post)

It’s always sweet to see how helpful and accommodating is the thai judiciary system… You’re a suspect ? The date of hearing doesn’t suit you ? Just reply that you have an appointement somewhere else… And of course, they will agree to please you. 😉

Nation gives more details about the nature of the “evidences“… Ready ?

Chamras Attasuriyanan said he would delay making decision in the case because a prosecution committee had yet to rearrange pictures from the PAD’s raid of the Government House.

An event that lasted more than 3 months (the occupation of the Government House) has surely generated billions of pictures, and days of TV recording. Hard work to sort it out. 😉

Change with Abhisit ? Yes we can’t. More than ever.

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