28 Apr '11, 4am

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BANGKOK - RED-SHIRT leaders said on Wednesday that Tuesday's raids on several community-radio stations linked to the movement could signal an imminent military coup. Mr Natthawut Saikua, a key red-shirt leader, said the forced closure of 13 community-radio stations was an attempt to "close the ears and eyes of the people", adding that he suspected a coup was being plotted. "There is no reason why the stations should be closed now. Why did the police raid only target stations run by the red shirts? Is because they are afraid the stations will spread a message against the imminent coup?" he said. Mr Natthawut is also calling on the owners of the affected radio stations to sue the authorities for malfeasance. Police launched a raid on 14 community-radio stations in Bangkok and its surrounding provinces, and closed 13 for operating illegally. These stations are also facing all...

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