Redshirt leader Jatuporn Phromphan was sent to jail today after the Criminal Court found him breaching the bail condition.
Jatuporn, leader of the United Front for Democracy (UDD) is among five redshirt activists whom the Office of the Attorney-General requested the court to revoke their bails for breaching the conditions for temporary release.
But only Jatuporn was ordered by the court to have his bail revoked for his interview and comment on a TV Channel's news talk programme that were provocative and detrimental to the national security.
The court did not revoke bails for Nattawut Saikur, Veerakarn Musikapong, Weng Tochirakarn, and Nisit Sinthuprai as their comments were not threatening peace and order of the country, and they were just guests invited to express their opinions in the news talks programme hosted by Jatuporn.
Source: Thai Public Broadcasting Service (Thai PBS)