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Aug
10

Selective Evidence Gathering Always Works When Convictions are Needed

Anger over riot autopsy reports
Naras said the DSI had received only 42 autopsy results from officials in each jurisdiction. The results were compiled by the Metropolitan Police Bureau for the DSI. They included autopsies on six people who died mysteriously inside Wat Pathum Wanaram on May 19 after troops cleared red-shirt protesters from the Rajprasong intersection.
Source: The Nation (http://goo.gl/JISA)
DNA samples to be collected from detained UDD leaders
The authorities will start collecting DNA samples from the suspects, including the UDD leaders, the guards, and the supporters being detained, on 24 May while the interrogation will be simultaneously conducted at the Naresuan military camp in Phetchaburi province by special investigative officers and attorneys.
Source: NNT (http://goo.gl/D3kR)
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