Amid Thailand’s Protests, a Feared Tool to Protect the Monarchy ReturnsNYT > World > Asia Pacific

The country’s lèse-majesté law, which makes insulting the king punishable by years in prison, is being used against the movement’s leadership for the first time.The country’s lèse-majesté law, which makes insulting the king punishable by years in prison, is being used against the movement’s leadership for the first time.NYT > World > Asia Pacific

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