Sadly, There is No Bail for Penguin
Surprisingly, The Thanyaburi Court dismissed a bail demand for Parit “Penguin” Chiwarak and seven others accused in association of a dissent before the Region 1 Border Patrol Police base camp in Pathum Thani’s Khlong Luang region on Aug 2.
In view of this, Attorney Krisadang Nujaras said the court contended there was zero excuse to turn around the confinement request. Mr Krisadang additionally said three dissent pioneers — Promsorn Weerathamcharee, Sirichai Nathuang, and Mr Parit are affirmed to have Covid-19.
The attorney said he accepted they gotten the infection while in confinement as they tried negative prior to being kept. He said jail authorities have likewise turned down a solicitation to move the triplet to Thammasat University Hospital for treatment.
In the mean time, the Corrections Department yesterday gave subtleties on the medical issue of the dissent chiefs. Delegate office chief general Thawatchai Chaiwat said specialists at the Medical Correctional Hospital inspected Mr Promsorn, Mr Parit and Mr Sirichai who were sent there for Covid-19 therapy.