Families of the Tak Bai incident victims are now gearing up for what might just be the legal equivalent of trying to get a refund for a concert that was all hype and no performance.
In an unexpected twist of logic, a Thai court has seemingly exonerated live ammunition of any wrongdoing, pinning the blame squarely on the shoulders of a demonstration for the tragic outcome at Tak Bai. Apparently, the bullets were just innocent tourists in the crowd, taking in the sights and sounds of a public gathering gone awry.
The Nation and Bangkok Post have graced us with their insights into Yala's never-ending fireworks show, a performance so routine that General Anupong might as well sell tickets and popcorn.
After years of what felt like an intermission long enough for everyone to forget what the play was about, justice might finally be taking center stage.
Dive into the tale of Somchai Neelaphaijit, where the plot thickens faster than curry on a Bangkok stove.
In the latest episode of "Blame It on the Victim," police and government officials continue to dazzle us with their victim-blaming acrobatics.
Introducing Bangkok's latest crime-fighting marvel: the Pa Cha Da unit!
Italian Man Found Dead at Rama VIII Bridge Identified as Maurizio Tosabori
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has dispelled concerns linking a mysterious container found on the seabed off Chon Buri to the tragic events of the 1992 Black May uprising.
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajiva is rolling out the digital red carpet for www.ilovethailand.org