Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic Releases Report on Criminal Defamation Trial of Wuth Boonlert and Samak Donnapee in Thailand for Trialwatch
The Human Rights Clinic released a report on the criminal defamation trial of an indigenous activist and retired government official in Thailand. The report, published as part of the TrialWatch initiative, finds the trial violated international human rights standards. The English version of the report can be found on our Publications page or can be accessed directly here.
To read the Thai version, click here.
The indictment and judgment can be found here and here, respectively.
The Clooney Foundation for Justice's statement can be accessed here in English and here in Thai.
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