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June 19, 2010

June 19 – Daily news from the red-shirts รายงานข่าวรายวัน จาก ชาวเสื้อแดง

BANGKOK, JUNE 19, 2010: Today, Saturday June 19, 2010 at 1.30pm there will be a memorial service for the people who were killed at Wat Pathum Vanaram on May 18 and 19 2010 by the Thai military after the red-shirts peaceful protest at Ratchaprasong was terminated.

Following the memorial service a media conference will be held comprising people who were wounded at the temple on May 18 and 19 and some of the relative of those who were killed.

Amongst the people attending will be:

1. Mr Buasri Tumma from Chaiyaphome province who was shot in the left foot.

2. Mr.Narongsak Singmae from Cholburi who was shot in the abdomen, thigh and chest.

3. Mr Vasant Sairasmee (Keng) who is the rescue staff and was next to nurse, Kamolked.

4. Mr Tonethong, the head of Siamruamjai rescue foundation who was in the incident.

5. Mrs Payoa Hakhark, the mother of the nurse, Kamolked.

English language translators will be on hand to assist non-Thai speaking members of the media.

We apologize for the short notice but details have been kept confidential due to the current SOE provisions.

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

Four of the people killed in Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

The six people killed (two remain covered) in Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

One of the red-shirt protesters killed at Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

Another dead red-shirt protester in Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

A medic killed at Wat Pathum Vanaram by sniper fire

Kamolket Akahad, affectionately known as "Dr. Kat", killed by sniper fire into Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

A red-shirt protester lies dead inside Wat Pathum Vanaram - killed by sniper fire

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

A red-shirt protester shot by snipers at Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

Another red-shirt protester shot at Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

A bullet exit wound showing massive trauma on one red-shirt sniper victim

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

This red-shirt protester was shot in the upper chest Wat Pathum Vanaram

Photos from the red-shirts rally in Bangkok on May 20, 2010: Crackdown & aftermath

This red-shirt protester appears to have been shot in the eye by snipers outside Wat Pathum Vanaram

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