Thai Comedian and ‘Red-Shirt’ Leader Jailed for Royal Insult
January 23, 2013
From BBC News:
A prominent member of Thailand's "red-shirt" political movement has been jailed for two years for insulting the monarchy in a 2010 speech.
Activist and comedian Yossawaris Chuklom, who uses the stage name Jeng Dokchik, made the speech at a rally in Bangkok during political protests.
People found guilty under Thailand's strict lese majeste laws can face up to 15 years in prison.
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