Police Arrest Parents Of 2010 Temple Shooting Victims

PUBLISHED ON SAT, MAY 20, 2017 1:27 AM

Police Arrest Parents Of 2010 Temple Shooting Victims

By Sasiwan Mokkhasen, Staff Reporter

 

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Phayao Akkahad performs Friday afternoon inside Bangkok’s Wat Pathum Wanaram with a red cross painted on her forehead to represent her daughter, a nurse shot dead inside the temple seven years ago today. Photo :Anon Nampha / Facebook

 

BANGKOK— Eight people were taken into police custody Friday at a downtown Bangkok temple after they staged a mime performance in memory of six people killed there in 2010.

 

Parents of those killed May 19, 2010, during a crackdown on Redshirt protesters were among the performers taken to the Pathum Wan Police Station at about 3pm after they finished their performance inside Wat Pathum Wanaram.

 

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