Thailand’s Criminal Court makes man pay 100,000 baht bail out for satirical photo

Thailand’s Criminal Court made a man pay one hundred,000 baht yesterday to bail himself out of two years imprisonment on a lèse majesté cost. The cost was for pasting a sticker with a logo for his satire web page GoKult onto a picture of Thailand’s King. Thai PBS reported the court’s ruling that pasting the sticker “May subject the monarchy to contempt or hatred with an intention to destroy the institution”.
This news comes two days after the Bangkok South Criminal Court rejected a student’s utility to review on a scholarship in Germany, as she had also been charged with lèse majesté. The court stated if the coed was in Germany her parents and guarantor won’t be ready to ‘control’ her, based on Thai PBS. The student, nicknamed Dear, was charged with lèse majesté after she read a statement in German in entrance of the German Embassy in Bangkok in 2020.
The scholarship Dear was supposed to review on is highly prestigious.
โซล่าเซลล์ราคาถูก , human rights lawyer Anon Nampa was granted 3 months bail after spending 200 days in jail for lèse majesté and different expenses. The organisation Thai Lawyers for Human Rights claims up to 173 people have been charged with lèse majesté between November 2020 to Frebruary 2022..

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