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Thai junta airs videos to show detainees OK

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BANGKOK — Propaganda videos distributed by Thailand’s new military junta began airing Wednesday on television stations to assure the public that all those it is holding in custody are being treated well. The footage, released army-run TV Channel 5 late Tuesday and broadcast on other stations Wednesday, showed several detainees speaking to army officers. Among them was Jatuporn Prompan, the leader the “Red Shirt” movement that supports the ousted government. The army, which holds most ...

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