BANGKOK — An anti-coup activist accused of defying an order to report to the junta in June, pleaded guilty during his trial at a military court in Bangkok on Wednesday morning.
Nut S. was arrested and detained by the military from 7-14 June. However, on 28 June, he was arrested again and brought to the Crime Suppression Division on a charge on defying junta orders.
He was charged with disobeying Order No. 5/2014, which summoned him to report to the junta in late May. If found guilty Nut could be imprisoned up to two years and fined up to 40,000 baht.
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