Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 14, 2010

Perang Bermula.. Pengikut Baju Merah terbunuh kena tembakan

A  man holds the hand of a wounded Thai red shirt demonstrator  after he was  shot by soldiers trying to disperse a crowd of people  moving towards  the red shirts fortified camp in the central financial  district of  downtown Bangkok on May 13, 2010. A Thai protest leader was  seriously  wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a vast  protest camp in  Bangkok after the army threatened to seal off the site,  a hospital  source said. The violence came after Prime Minister Abhisit  Vejjajiva  shelved a plan for November elections and hopes faded for an  imminent  resolution to a crippling two-month crisis that has sparked  outbreaks of  violence, leaving 29 people dead and 1,000 injured.

A man holds the hand of a wounded Thai red shirt demonstrator after he was shot by soldiers trying to disperse a crowd of people moving towards the red shirts fortified camp in the central financial district of downtown Bangkok on May 13, 2010. A Thai protest leader was seriously wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a vast protest camp in Bangkok after the army threatened to seal off the site, a hospital source said. The violence came after Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva shelved a plan for November elections and hopes faded for an imminent resolution to a crippling two-month crisis that has sparked outbreaks of violence, leaving 29 people dead and 1,000 injured.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY13: (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT) An  anti-government protester  is attended to after being shot in the head  by Thai security forces May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters  and military clashed in central Bangkok after the government launched an  operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts  of the city for two months. Anti-government leader Major-General  Khattiya Sawasdipol was also shot in the head behind barricades at the  rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's central business district.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY13: (EDITORS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT) An  anti-government protester  is attended to after being shot in the head  by Thai security forces May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters  and military clashed in central Bangkok after the government launched an  operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts  of the city for two months. Anti-government leader Major-General  Khattiya Sawasdipol was also shot in the head behind barricades at the  rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's central business district.

GRAPHIC CONTENT - A man (C) removes a camera from around the neck  of a wounded Thai red shirt demonstrator after he was shot by soldiers  trying to disperse a crowd of people moving towards the red shirts  fortified camp in the central financial district of downtown Bangkok on  May 13, 2010. A Thai protest leader was seriously wounded as gunshots  and an explosion rang out at a vast protest camp in Bangkok after the  army threatened to seal off the site, a hospital source said. The  violence came after Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva shelved a plan for  November elections and hopes faded for an imminent resolution to a  crippling two-month crisis that has sparked outbreaks of violence,  leaving 29 people dead and 1,000 injured.

An  anti-government protester breaks down in tears after a compatriot was  shot in the head in the streets of Bangkok May 13, 2010. An  anti-government protester in Thailand was shot in the head on Thursday  near the "red shirt" encampment in central Bangkok, a Reuters  witness said.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 13:  Thais yell at military forces during a  brief clash with soldiers near Lumphini Park on May 13, 2010 in central  Bangkok, Thailand. The Black Shirt Guards are used as security forces  for the anti-government 'red shirt' protesters. Protesters and military  forces clashed in central Bangkok after the government launched an  operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts  of the city for two months. Anti-government leader and military advisor  Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the head behind barricades  at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's central business  district.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 13:  An anti-government  'Red Shirt'  protester fires a home made rocket towards Thai security forces from   inside their encampment on May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters  and military forces clashed in central Bangkok after the government  launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have  closed parts of the city for two months. Anti-government leader and  military advisor Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the head  behind barricades at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's  central business district.

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 13: An anti-government ‘Red Shirt’ protester fires a home made rocket towards Thai security forces from inside their encampment on May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters and military forces clashed in central Bangkok after the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. Anti-government leader and military advisor Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the head behind barricades at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok’s central business district.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 13:  An anti-government  'Red Shirt'  protester fires a home made rocket towards Thai security forces from   inside their encampment on May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Protesters  and military forces clashed in central Bangkok after the government  launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have  closed parts of the city for two months. Anti-government leader and  military advisor Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the head  behind barricades at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's  central business district.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 13: Anti-government 'Red Shirt' protesters  use a sling shot to launch a fire cracker towards Thai security forces  from  inside their encampment on May 13, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand.  Protesters and military forces clashed in central Bangkok after the  government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters  who have closed parts of the city for two months. Anti-government leader  and military advisor Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the  head behind barricades at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's  central business district.

An  anti-government protester throws a bottle into Lumpini park, where  soldiers are staying, during a rally in Bangkok May 13, 2010. Thai Prime  Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva is under enormous pressure to end the  violent political crisis that has killed 29 people, wounded more than  1,400, paralysed parts of the capital and slowed growth in Southeast  Asia's second-biggest economy.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 13:  Thais seek cover during a brief clash  with soldiers near Lumphini Park on May 13, 2010 in central Bangkok,  Thailand. The Black Shirt Guards are used as security forces for the  anti-government 'red shirt' protesters. Protesters and military forces  clashed in central Bangkok after the government launched an operation to  disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city  for two months. Anti-government leader and military advisor  Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol was shot in the head behind barricades  at the rally site near the Silom Road, Bankok's central business  district.

Anti-government protesters take cover outside Lumpini park during a  rally in Bangkok May 13, 2010. An anti-government protester in Thailand  was shot in the head on Thursday near the "red shirt"  encampment in central Bangkok, a Reuters witness said.

Thai red shirt demonstrators take cover after soldiers open fire  trying to disperse a crowd of people moving towards the red shirts  fortified camp in the central financial district of downtown Bangkok on  May 13, 2010. A Thai protest leader was seriously wounded as gunshots  and an explosion rang out at a vast protest camp in Bangkok after the  army threatened to seal off the site, a hospital source said. The  violence came after Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva shelved a plan for  November elections and hopes faded for an imminent resolution to a  crippling two-month crisis that has sparked outbreaks of violence,  leaving 29 people dead and 1,000 injured.

Thai policemen patrol the streets around a local hospital where  Maj. Gen. Khattiya Sawasdiphol, a renegade army general accused of  leading a paramilitary force among Thailand's Red Shirt protesters, is  being treated for a gunshot wound on Thursday May 13, 2010, in Bangkok,  Thailand. Maj. Gen. Sawasdiphol is thought to have been shot in the head  by a sniper. Several gunshots and at least four explosions were heard  Thursday night in central Bangkok where Red Shirt anti-government  protesters are camped amid expectation that security forces could launch  a crackdown.

Thai commando units stand guard during the evacuation of  Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol at a hospital in Bangkok on May 13,  2010. Sawasdipol, a key figure in Thailand's anti-government protests  was seriously wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a vast  'Red Shirt' camp after the army threatened to seal the site, a hospital  source said.

Thai commando units stand guard during the evacuation of Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol at a hospital in Bangkok on May 13, 2010. Sawasdipol, a key figure in Thailand’s anti-government protests was seriously wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a vast ‘Red Shirt’ camp after the army threatened to seal the site, a hospital source said.

Pro  'Red Shirt' Major General Khattiya Sawasdipol is carried by  supporters after being wounded at their fortified camp in the central  financial district of downtown Bangkok on May 13, 2010. Thai protest  leader was seriously wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a  vast protest camp in Bangkok after the army threatened to seal off the  site, a hospital source said. The violence came after Prime Minister  Abhisit Vejjajiva shelved a plan for November elections and hopes faded  for an imminent resolution to a crippling two-month crisis that has  sparked outbreaks of violence, leaving 29 people dead and 1,000  injured.

Pro ‘Red Shirt’ Major General Khattiya Sawasdipol is carried by supporters after being wounded at their fortified camp in the central financial district of downtown Bangkok on May 13, 2010. Thai protest leader was seriously wounded as gunshots and an explosion rang out at a vast protest camp in Bangkok after the army threatened to seal off the site, a hospital source said. The violence came after Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva shelved a plan for November elections and hopes faded for an imminent resolution to a crippling two-month crisis that has sparked outbreaks of violence, leaving 29 people dead and 1,000 injured.

Pengikut Baju Merah terbunuh kena tembakan

14/05/2010 3:35am

BANGKOK 14 Mei – Seorang pengikut Baju Merah terbunuh dalam pertempuran di antara anggota keselamatan dan penunjuk perasaan anti kerajaan di ibu negara Thailand itu hari ini, menurut seorang anggota polis.

“Dalam pertempuran di antara anggota keselamatan dan kumpulan Baju Merah, seorang lelaki yang merupakan pengikut kumpulan itu mati akibat ditembak di kepala,” kata jurucakap Unit Tugas-tugas Khas Polis, Mejar Jeneral Prawut Thavornsiri.

Seorang wartawan yang menjadi saksi kepada kejadian terbabit memberitahu, sekurang-kurangnya dua cedera dalam serangan berkenaan setelah polis melepaskan beberapa das tembakan ke arah penunjuk perasaan. – AFP


Responses

  1. salam 1 malaysia,,
    kesian juga dah takde mende nak posting
    asyik dok kena hentam sj postlah yg luar negara …..

  2. Ada juga anggota pasukan keselamatan yang mati dan tercedra semasa mengawal situasi sebegitu…….

  3. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.

    Nak pesan lah.
    Yang tua2 kena banyak membaca.
    Kena cari ilmu.
    Kena jadi insan yang berilmu.
    Kalau sudah berilmu.
    Baru tau.
    Baik buruknya.
    Halal haramnya.
    Baru tau jugak.
    Didik anak2.
    Pilih pemimpin2.

    Kalau yang tua2 sudah berilmu.
    Harap2nya tak akan jadi macam ni lah.
    Kat Malaysia.

    Sekadaq ambiklah iktibaq.

  4. balasan dari rakyat narathiwat & pattani…huru-hara thailand sekang…

  5. salam,

    Pengikut Baju Merah terbunuh kena tembakan.
    Di sini pengikut baju merah juga tapi di buang
    dari bangunan semuanya kerana politik belom baligh masih tahap pa chu ceng…..


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