Suspects say they were electrocuted, beaten during Thai military detention

A military parade in Nakhon Nayok province, 29 September 2014.

(Prachatai English)

Prachatai talked to the three suspects, who were arrested after the 22 May coup d’état and were allegedly tortured during detention. Two of them are red-shirt supporters whose charges are related to political violence. The other has been accused of trafficking illicit drugs. 
The accounts of alleged torture include electric shocks to the genitals, suffocation, continuous beatings all night, and detention in a hole in the ground, while the hole was being filled. 

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