The Metropolitan Police Bureau (MPB) has geared up its effort to clamp down on anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban and his supporters by threatening to charge them with "cooperating with a rebellion".
Forensic officers examine the scene where two protest guards were attacked by a group of motorcyclists throwing firecrackers and pingpong bombs at anti-government protesters at Kok Wua intersection on Ratchadamnoen Avenue on Thursday night. APICHART JINAKUL
The MPB is collecting evidence to press charges against those who support Mr Suthep's protests following the order of the Centre for the Administration of Peace and Order (Capo), MPB spokesman Adul Narongsak said.
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