BANGKOK (AP) — A lawyer says a Thai military court has sentenced a businessman to 25 years in prison on charges of defaming the country's monarchy, believed to be the longest sentence handed down in recent years for the crime of lese majeste....
BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai military court has sentenced a 67-year-old man to 18 months in prison for writing insults against the country's monarch on the wall of a shopping mall restroom....
Thailand’s courts are continuing to jail people under the lèse majesté law, as two young students have been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for allegedly insulting the monarchy in a theater play. The conviction shows yet again the draconian law is still thriving and even more so under the current military junta....
Rights group Amnesty International has called on Thailand’s junta to overturn Tuesday’s guilty verdict against two students accused of insulting the Southeast Asian nation’s revered monarchy in a 2013 theatre production....
BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police say they have arrested a man accused of being the mastermind of a conspiracy to slander the country's monarchy on the Internet....
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