Five Thai protesters charged over clash with Queen Suthida’s motorcade face lengthy sentence or possibly death

Mar 31, 2021 | INVESTING

Five pro-democracy activists in Thailand were on Wednesday charged with the criminal offence of attempting to harm the queen, over an encounter with a royal motorcade during a protest last year.If convicted, the group could face a minimum of 16 years jail or life in prison under a law that has not been used for decades and punishes any “act of violence against the queen or her liberty”.And if the court finds they put the queen’s life in danger, they could be sentenced to death.They were charged…

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