By The Nation
The groups’ leader, Tul Sittisomwong, called on police to prosecute the three protest leaders, namely students Panusaya “Rung”
Sitthijirawattanakul and Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and human-rights lawyer Arnon Nampa, for violating the lese-majeste law.
He also handed in photographs and recordings of their speeches to Chanasongkram Police Station as evidence.Separately, Sira Jenjaka, a Palang Pracharat Party MP for Bangkok, filed reports against Mongkolkit Suksintharanon from Thai Civilised Party, Peerawit Ruangluedolapak from Thai Rak Tham Party and Natcha Boonchai-insawat from Move Forward Party.
Sira demanded legal action against the trio for showing up at the anti-government protest and raising the signature three-finger salute a venue that prohibits public gatherings.