MFP MP gets 2 years for lese majeste

MFP MP gets 2 years for lese majeste

MFP MP gets 2 years for lese majeste
Chai- amorn Kaewwiboonpan

Move Forward Party MP Chonthicha Jangrew was sentenced by the Thanyaburi Provincial Court on Monday to two years in prison for royal slander under Part 112 of the Criminal Code.

She was given a three-year word by the court, but the sentence was reduced to two years without a disqualification.

Another cost of breaking the emergency decree regarding public gatherings was dropped, the court claimed.

On September 11, 2021, she and nine different activists staged a protest in Pathum Thani’s Thanyaburi city demanding the release of social prisoners.

According to Thai Lawyers for Human Rights ( TLHR ), Ms. Chonthicha requested and received bail to fight the case in the Appeal Court. During the trial, she maintained her MP position.

One of the three main opposition party MPs charged with stability majority was Ms. Chonthicha.

Chonthicha Jangrew

Rukchanok Srinork, a member of the Bangkok MP, received a six-year sentence in December 2023 for less majority and a system murder related to internet comments she made between July 18 and August 9, 2021. While she appeals, she is currently free on loan.

In connection with his actions as the WeVo guard head during the anti-government protests in 2020 and 2021, Bangkok MP Piyarat” Toto” Jongthep is accused of three counts under Part 112.

However, the Criminal Court on Monday sentenced song Chai- amorn Kaewwiboonpan, aka” Ammy the Bottom Blues”, to four years in prison and his friend to one time for burning the King’s painting and sharing a picture of it in 2021.

The words were no suspended.

On February 28, 2021, Chai-amorn and Thanaphat Kapheng poured oil on a painting of the King in Chatuchak area, according to public prosecution. They therefore set it alight.

After Chai- amorn posted a video of the incident on his Instagram accounts, The Bottom Blues, which was set for people exposure.

The men’s claims that they had no ill will toward the queen were discredited by the Criminal Court, saying they only wanted to support their request for the discharge of other advocate Parit Chiwarak, also known as Penguin, who was detained on numerous charges, including allegations of der guess and rebellion.

According to the court, there were many other ways they may have backed their reason. The judge said military witnesses had said Chai- amorn, Thanaphat, and Parit had called for the transformation of the imperial organization. The judge said that the Chai-amen and Thanaphat portrait’s using sounded like a risk to His Majesty the King.

Thanaphat Kapheng

After being detained for 104 times, the Criminal Court on Monday granted parole to 22-year-old advocate Tantawan” Tawan” Tuatulanon, who has been facing a Area 116 charge against her.

Ms Tantawan, who is on a starvation reach, is required to use an EM ring during her loan. While receiving medical care at Thammasat University Hospital, she was detained along with 23-year-old Natthanon” Frank” Chaimahabut.

They have been detained for their protests that occurred on February 4 during a royal parade march in Bangkok. They are accused of inflicting five counts, including one count of violating Section 116 of the Computer Crimes Act and the Traffic Act, as well as one count of demeaning police officers on duty.

Tantawan Tuatulanon