NCPO releases Kritsuda at last

Red-shirt activist Kritsuda Khunasen, earlier rumoured to have been tortured during military detention, was released on Monday and went on television to say she is safe and sound.

She and her boyfriend Apirat Sripatmet spent three weeks in detention.

She was arrested in Chon Buri on May 28 for refusing to report to the National Council for Peace and Order which had summoned her on suspicion of involvement in computer crime and weapons-related charges.

Human Rights Watch earlier expressed concern over her detention because the military had provided no information on whether she was being held.

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