4 red-shirt leaders plead not guilty in case of besieging Prem's house

Veera Musigapong and 3 other red-shirt leaders Thursday pledged not guilty in the case that they were accused of leading protesters to besiege the residence to Privy Council President Prem Tinsulanonda in 1997.
Veera, Nattawut Saikua, weng Tojirakarn and Piphuthalaeng Pattanaphumthai were led from the Bangkok Remand Prison to the Criminal Court to enter their plea in the case.
They were accused of holding unlawful gathering of more than 10 people with intent to harm others and cause disturbance for their role in the protest outside Prem's house on July 22 1997.
The court scheduled the next hearing on August 23.
The Nation


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