Activists still targeted in Thailand

Months after the May bloody crackdown on protesters, the Thai government is still using emergency laws to stifle dissent and round up protesters.
The use of the Lese Majeste law has prevented discussion on the role of the Monarchy in the crackdown.
Many Red Shirt activists have been detained using unspecified arrest warrants while others are languishing in jail awaiting trial.
Reports of beatings and harassments are also being reported.
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