Antigovernment protests in Bangkok turned violent again this weekend — on Friday, a grenade bomb killed one protestor and injured 35 others, on Saturday another protestor was killed, and today at least 28 bystanders were wounded by two twin bombs that exploded near a protest site.
The Thai government says the protestors are trying to push the violence to force a coup. But the protestors — pictured below on Friday before the grenade attack — say the government is corrupt, abusive of power, and needs reform.
Kinja user Nomadikat was there and spoke with the protestors on the ground.
In the most violent conflict in
Thailand since 2010, at least four people were killed and more than 100 were injured over the weekend as tens of… Read…