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Monday, May 31, 2010

Arsonist at CH3 - 19 May 2010













Daily Dose 31 May 2010

News 31 May 2010 VoiceTV

Spartan Warrior

















Sunday, May 30, 2010

การอภิปรายไม่ไว้วางใจเพื่อใคร

News 30 May 2010 VoiceTV

Abhisit meeting with ambassadors









Saturday, May 29, 2010

News 29 May 2010 VoiceTV

Dawn-to-dusk footage from the front line



source: reporter in exile

reporterinexile — May 21, 2010 — Dawn-to-dusk footage from the Bangkok crackdown from reporterinexile.com. (http://bit.ly/bFdtdq+) Filmed by Kenneth Todd Ruiz, edited by Tracy Vanity.

I was up late writing, editing and waiting for an NPR interview early Wednesday morning when UDDThailand tweeted about the impending operation. Given UDD's shrill tone and frequent wolf-crying, I didn't take it seriously until a second source, photo_journ, made the same claims about APCs spotted on the highway.

By taxi, I arrived at Surawong Road at 5 a.m. Sure enough, there were trucks and buses packed with soldiers, support humvees carrying medics, and six APCs leading the convoy. At that point, I was the only journalist visible. I tweeted everything and kept the blog updated, thanks to Tracy Vanity, who also edited this video.

They rolled out 15 minutes later. The APCs led the convoy south on Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road before turning east onto Sathorn Road toward Lumpini Park, Bangkok's sprawling central green space.

At the top of Sathorn, hundreds of police waited to support the soldiers. The medic vehicles held position as the APCs and soldiers advanced through the gate into Lumpini Park. A second unit proceeded west along Rama IV Road. The move was designed to close in from two sides on the heavily fortified red encampment surrounding the Rama VI statue in the southwest corner of the park.

I met up with a Beijing-based Chinese-American photojourn and we entered the park with the soldiers.

Advancing in threes and fours, Thai soldiers found cover behind picnic benches, trash bins and trees. Gunfire came toward both army units from the camp and elsewhere along Ratchadamri Road. I kept moving at the vanguard of the force inside Lumpini Park. An enormous cloud of black smoke from the burning barricade engulfed Chulalongkorn Hospital. Helicopters circled overhead, reportedly dropping teargas. After reaching their closest point, about 50 meters behind the gate leading to the statue area, I made it up to the back gate as an APC rolled into position above the camp on the expressway above Rama IV. Camp looked deserted.

A female Thai journalist was reportedly seen pointing out the locations of the bombs left by the Men in Black, which the army quickly disarmed. Enough to make journalists a target to any militants who may have been watching.

I circled back around to Rama IV and joined the main body of journos just as the APCs rolled over the erstwhile barricade to secure the camp. The APCs hung back at the camp while we moved with the soldiers up Ratchadamri Road. Two dead reds lay in the street where they were shot. It was slow going, with frequent exchanges of gunfire with militants, most likely the infamous Men in Black I'd camped with a few nights prior with two other photojourns.

They reclaimed the street tent-by-tent, searching for traps, weapons and taking anything of value. Two people spotted through a fence fled. Soldiers used rusty cleavers to hack down the red tarps and tents as they went.

Things got ugly at Sarasin. A car garage near the corner was turned into a holding cell for about one dozen detainees, including several "red monks." An M79 grenade too close to a clump of journos near the corner, but we were shielded from the blast by the corner of a building. Soon thereafter a barrage of M79s began to come in all around and many journos sought shelter in an alley alongside the Brown Sugar restaurant. But nowhere was safe.

One grenade found its target, blowing a soldier's arm off, wounding another and blasting shrapnel into the body and brain of Chandler Vandergrift, a Canadian freelancer.

The detention garage quickly became a field hospital, and about 15 minutes later APCs charged in to evacuate the wounded. Many of the soldiers left after this, making some of the journos nervous. The detainees were all loaded into a police truck which arrived. Assuming the army wasn't going to push further up into the dangerous corridor, most turned back toward Lumpini to escape the conflict or find another way to the reds' main stage at Rajprasong.

Bon Kai's street pyrotechnics

source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw7Khbs5Hbc


reporterinexile (From http://bit.ly/cL5Ozw) Red shirt protesters seemed to have bought all the fireworks from Chinatown last week to antagonize Thai army soldiers entrenched on Rama IV Road. The street was a sniper kill zone, and sure enough, one of the protesters next to the Lumpini Tower building was shot in the head just before sunset. I was editing and writing about early in the morning on Wednesday, May 19, when I had to drop the matter because the army had assembled for the endgame push. Completing my narrative of May 14 through 20, here's the footage of my coverage at Reporterinexile.com of covering the Thai crisis, two days before the crackdown. Camera/edits: Kenneth Todd Ruiz

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Aljazeera - Thais turn to new media

Friday, May 28, 2010

คนค้นคน พระไพศาล วิสาโล







News 28 May 2010 Voice TV

Daily Dose 28 May 2010

TIME - Inside Red Camp


CRES Parody

France24 - Battle of Bangkok



france24english — May 28, 2010 — REPORTERS - Bangkok is in a state of emergency: thousands of troops face off with anti-government protesters. Shots ring out. From the start of the clashes to the final hours of the Red Shirt revolt, France 24 reporters were in the heart of the Thai capital. They bring you exclusive footage of a city under siege.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Thaksin's party

Mourning victims of deadly clashes

News 27 May 2010 VoiceTV

Thaksin interview

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Thai banned go watch international

France24 journalist life safer

6 dead bodies in wat pathum





Warrant for Thaksin on terrorism

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Soi Rangnam

วันที่ 23 พฤษภาคม พ.ศ. 2553 เวลา 01:00 น. ข่าวสดออนไลน์

"ยูทูบ"แพร่คลิปโศกนาฏกรรมซอยรางน้ำ

ซุ่มยิง "เสื้อแดง-ประชาชน" เจ็บตายราวใบไม้ร่วง

หมายเหตุ : เมื่อวันที่ 23 พ.ค. มีผู้นำคลิปวิดีโอบันทึกภาพเหตุการณ์การเผชิญหน้ากันระหว่างฝ่ายทหารกับ แนวร่วมคนเสื้อแดง บริเวณซอยรางน้ำ กทม. มาโพสต์เผยแพร่ไปทั่วโลก

โดยในคลิปๆ หนึ่งจะเห็นเด็กหนุ่มสวมเสื้อสีฟ้า ใส่กางเกงขาสั้นนอนจมกองเลือดและมีเลือดไหลนองเป็นทาง

ต่อมาภายหลังทราบชื่อว่าผู้เสียชีวิตคนดังกล่าว คือ นายสมาพันธ์ ศรีเทพ นักเรียนโรงเรียนปัญญาภิวัฒน์

วัย 17 ปี ซึ่งเป็นนักกิจกรรมสันติวิธีและไปร่วมสังเกตการณ์สถานการณ์บริเวณซอยรางน้ำ

กระทั่งถูกมือปืนไม่ทราบฝ่ายซุ่มยิงเข้าที่ศีรษะเสียชีวิต

Monday, May 24, 2010

รู้จัก อภิชาติพงศ์ วีระเศรษฐกุล

ดอกฟ้าในมือมาร

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's innovative 2000 film Dokfa nai meuman (Mysterious Object at Noon) mixes documentary footage and fiction--using the Surrealist narrative technique known as "exquisite corpse" to give the viewers an insight into the lives and minds of Thai villagers.

















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Thai film cannes winner

News 24 May 2010 Voice TV

Government should not ban internet

Sunday, May 23, 2010

TPBS cameraman



Thai opposition movement goes underground

เสียดาย นาย อภิสิทธิ์

News 23 May 2010 Voice TV

Assassination of red shirt general

A Mexican Standoff in Thailand

Frost over the World - Chaturon Chaiseng

AP: Bangkok Battle

Wat Prathum



tbmpvideo — May 22, 2010 — Videographer: At aproximetly 5pm I entered the Wat Pathuwanaram on May 19th, 2010. There were many redshirt protesters already there, seeking refuge, and I encountered several journalists. The Thai people I spoke too, felt protected in the temple and believed they were safe according to Thai custom. We journalists/photographers realized we had no exit and were trapped in the temple with everyone else, as small and heavier weapons fire was now coming from the street - from the direction of Siam Center as the troops advanced. Sniper fire began around 5:50pm, and we took cover near a wall. The 1st video showing the people running form the gunfire was taken from this location, near the souvenier shop. It continued for some time. I left to look for a back exit from the wat. When I returned I found the English journalist wounded at the aid station. I conducted a short interview and he confirmed witnessing the killing shots and wounding shots. I also asked the local people if the causualities originated in the Wat - and they also confirmed this. They took me to the area where the dead where laid out. I personally, have no idea who was firing these rounds. For another perspective see:

http://www.smh.com.au/world/is-it-ok-to-shoot-foreigners-and-journalists-20100521-w1ur.html



Thai Army Storms Protester Camp

Bangkok burns as Thai protest heats up

Bangkok , ucciso fotoreporter italiano

CNN: The soldiers sniper

Thai soldier kick protester's head

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Hunts for Red Shirt leaders



AlJazeeraEnglish — May 22, 2010 — Thai officials have displayed a large haul of weapons seized from a anti-government stronghold in central Bangkok.

The military said it found the rifles, bullets and grenades as it cleared the areas which were occupied by red shirt protesters, who were engaged in a series of violent and deadly clashes with security forces for more than a month until last Wednesday.

Most of the Red Shirt protesters who gathered in Bangkok are from rural areas in the northern Thailand city of Chiang Mai.

Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen reports from Chiang Mai where Thai police are hunting down wanted protest leaders in hiding.

News 22 May 2010 VoiceTV

เสียใจต่อชีวิตที่สูญเสียและธุรกิจที่เสียหาย

บักหำน้อย นักเผด็จการผู้ยิ่งใหญ่











Friday, May 21, 2010

Thai army in fresh mop-up operation against Red Shirt militias

Thailand protester storm town hall in Northeast

CRES claim this video is order to burn by Red Shirts leader

BBC Thailand 21 may 2010

News: Veera surrender

Thursday, May 20, 2010

กองกำลังไม่ทราบฝ่ายอยู่กับทหาร

Aljazeera - Bangkok remains tense post-violence

Bangkok remains tense post-violence

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Italian journalist shot dead

ThaiPBS curfew night









BBC Thailand unrest



Aljazeera: Thai army crackdown scatters protesters

Protesters brace for Thai military crackdown

ประมวลภาพ 19 พค 2553

source: daylife.com













Bangkok Burns After Protest Leaders Surrender

Aljazeera: Thai troops breach red shirts' barricades

Red Shirts Protesters Surrender!

Red Shirts Protesters Surrender! Saying They Don't Want Anyone Else To Die!

Reuters - Red Shirts 19 May 2010

Aljazeera - Red Shirt 19 May 2010

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Cease fire talk









Red Shirts press conference 18 May 2010









Thaksin's lawyer speaks to Al Jazeera on Thai crisis



Robert Amsterdam, an international human rights lawyer acting on behalf of Thaksin Shinawatra, the deposed Thai prime minister, speaks to Al Jazeera about the political standoff in Bangkok.

Amsterdam says international mediation is the way to resolve the conflict. (May 18, 2010)

Monday, May 17, 2010

News 17 May 2010



















Nattawut 17 May 2010







AFP : Thousands of Thai protesters defy deadline to leave

StreetLife: Bangkok — The taste of turmoil

Clip: Rajprasong 15 MAY 2010

Clip Rajprarop & Victory Monument 16 MAY 10

Clip Bonkai 17 MAY 2010

France24: Urban warfare erupts in Bangkok

CNN Little girl wants to die for Red Shirt

Thai protesters defy orders to leave their Bangkok camp

Thai protesters defy deadline

Fox News: Deadly Street Battles in Bangkok

BBC17 May 2010 Man Shot in His Leg

CNN Red Shirt 17 May 2010



Daily Dose Aljazeera

After Dead Line

News 17 May 2010 VoiceTV

Royal Thai Army shot at Red Shirt protesters

Aljazeera red shirts 4pm 17 may 2010

BBC - Red Shirt 17 May 2010 4pm

Sunday, May 16, 2010

Spring News: Dusit Thani Under Attack









Clip: Crawling for life!







Aljazeera - Clashes continue in Bangkok





AlJazeeraEnglish — May 15, 2010 — Another eight people have been killed in Bangkok as anti-government "Red Shirt" protesters continue to battle security forces on the streets of the capital.

The total death toll over the past three days now stands at 24. It is unclear if those killed were all protesters but it is known that none of the dead were soldiers.

Government troops meanwhile continue to surround the red shirt who have been camped in the centre of the capital for two months.

Troops have also been declaring certain areas "live fire zones".

This means security forces will use live ammunition against any protesters trying to enter these areas.

Speaking for the first time since the latest round of violence began on Thursday, Thailand's prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva made it clear that his soldiers will not back down.

Al Jazeera's Wayne Hay reports from Bangkok (May 16, 2010).

CNN - Bangkok Street Battle

Live Fire Zones

Bonkai Fire

News 14 May 2010



























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Clips: 15 May 2010 BBK War Zone

source: http://www.youtube.com/user/acewushu







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