Thai junta denies link to dissident’s abduction in Laos


Wuthipong Kachathamakul, better known by his nickname Ko Tee, fled Thailand after royalist generals seized power in 2014 and settled in the Laos capital of Vientiane. – EPA pic, August 1, 2017.

THAILAND’S  junta today denied involvement in the alleged disappearance of an outspoken monarchy critic from neighbouring Laos after reports emerged he was abducted by a group of armed men.

Wuthipong Kachathamakul, better known by his nickname Ko Tee, is a firebrand self-styled militant leader of the anti-junta “Red Shirt” movement and a vocal critic of Thailand’s monarchy.


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