UnNews:Anti-protest protestors pressure protestors to surrender over protest
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18 April 2010
Lawyers for the anti-protest-protesters received letters from the Thai protesters saying that 24 members of the protest group, including protest leader Weng Tojirakarn would turn themselves in, they said.
Those turning themselves in have been named on arrest warrants and were wanted by anti-protest protesters for protesting.
Three of the people surrendering to anti-protesters embarrassed the Thai anti-protest protesters earlier this week during a botched raid. The three Thai protesters were able to elude anti-protester security forces, which had them surrounded in a Bangkok hotel.
"The important problem now is the protesting," Prime anti-protester Abhisit Vejjajiva said, referring to what authorities say is a third protest group mixing among the second protest group. He spoke in a televised broadcast after three days of silence amid the tumult in his country.
The protesters, known as reds for their communist look and ideals, have been demanding for weeks that the anti-protest protesters stop their anti-protest protesting and allow them to call for new protests.
In addition, the group wants the prime anti-protest protester to leave the country for leading his anti-protest protesters in protesting against the protesters.
- Wire Staff "Anti-protest protesters pressure protesters to surrender over protest". CNN, April 18, 2010