BANGKOK – A red-shirt poet whose lèse majesté case is being tried by a military court has made the extraordinary decision to fight the case despite the dim chances of winning.
On Wednesday, the military court scheduled the first witness hearing for 2 April. There are 10 witnesses in total.
His case is being tried in camera at a military court after the court said his crimes–writing poems– are severe since his poems touched on the revered Thai monarchy.
Read more here.
Note: Khaosod English is not responsible for content on other websites.