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DSI Chief Tharit Pengdit has reported that the DSI will as the criminal court to issue a warrant for anti-government protest leader Suthep Thuagsuban on multiple charges of murder in the 2010 demonstrations.
Yesterday the DSI Director-general reported on the progress of the case of civilian deaths, saying that the department officers will seek an arrest warrant on the 4th of March for Sutehp who was the former Deputy Prime Minister and Director of the Emergency Situation Management Centre, for being involved with the deaths.
The arrest warrant will be secured to bring Mr. Suthep to hear the Attorney General Office’s charges, not for questioning. Mr. Suthep will not be allowed to post bail with officers, but can request bail from the court. In addition, the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order has instructed the DSI to issue summons for over 50 other PDRC leaders ordering them to appear to hear their charges within 10 days.
Mr. Tharit affirmed that the DSI was not just issuing summons for the two PDRC leaders who blew whistles at Khunying Pojaman, but for all of the PDRC leaders who broke the law.