Two men fire at car of woman who blew whistle against Yingluck
April 04, 2014 00:00 By The Nation
Phetchabun - Two men fired at a car of a woman who last year blew whistle against caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.
The two men attacked the car of Phatchanan Liluan, 27, when she arrived at a market of Camp Son Temple in Khao Kho distirct at 2 pm to set up her vending stall.
The two men opened fire at the car’s windshield several times and also hit the windshield with a stick. The attack happened in front of many shoppers.
Phatchanan was slightly injured with a cut at her waist by a piece of shattered glass.
She was rushed out of the scene by her relatives for fear of more attacks.
Phatchanan caught Yingluck off guard when the prime minister visited Phetchabun on December 24. She managed to get close to Yingluck and blew her whistle. Phatchanan has received a golden whistle from Suthep Thaugsuban, secretary general of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee as a reward.