Uutiskynnys ylittynyt suomessa vai ei?
Punaiset on plännäämässä miljoonan miehen marssia Bangkokiin 12.Maaliskuuta.
Suuri määrä aseita, ammuksia ja räjähteitä varastettu armeijan varikolta muutama päivä sitten. Siviilien ammusten ostoa rajoitetaan ja asekaupoilla on myydä eioota.
Suunittelevatko punaiset, oppositiopuolue, vallankaappausta vai onko uutinen pelkästään hallituspuolueen, keltaiset, virittämä hoax?
Terroristitekoja arvioitu tapahtuvaksi 14. Maaliskuuta.
Marssi huomenna ja Bangkok sekaisin?
Maanantaina homma karkaa käsistä ja kaupunki palaa?
Poliiseja roudataan lähikaupungeista kurinpitoon ja villi mininki alkaa?
USA:n ja Kiinan tiedustelupalvelut lurkkii varjoissa ja Thaksin odottaa vesi kielellä.
6,000 guns and explosives stolen from barracks
BANGKOK: -- Acting Thai government spokesman Panitan Wattanayagorn confirmed on Sunday that an urgent investigation was being conducted into “a massive loss of weapons and explosives” from an army base in the southern province of Phattalung.
According to Mr Panitan, a police report was filed last Thursday and investigators are attempting to determine whether the weapons have fallen into the hands of insurgents in the south, or the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), aka the red-shirts, who plan to hold its million man march and rally commencing this Friday, March 12, in an attempt to oust the government.
Informed sources claim about 6,000 assault rifles and a large amount of explosives were taken from Engineering Regiment 401, part of the Fourth Army Region, in Phatthalung Province, and the theft was only discovered on Tuesday.
Mr. Panitan said the investigation was focusing on the possibility the theft was “an inside job” and that since the loss, security at other army weapons warehouses, especially in Bangkok, has been tightened.
The revelation of the theft follows comments yesterday by Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva that recent intelligence reports had pointed to the possibility of sabotage taking place on March 14.
Mr. Abhisit said that the government's Security-Related Situation Monitoring Committee had received information that acts of sabotage aimed at creating chaos were being planned by red-shirt sympathisers.
When questioned about the matter, Army spokesman Colonel Sansern Kaewkamnerd said the Army had no such intelligence.
Sean Boonpracong, international media spokesman for the UDD, said protesters coming to Bangkok on March 12 are being repeatedly told not to bring weapons to the rally and UDD security personnel will be checking people for weapons prior to and during the rally.
“We’re constantly stressing to people that the only “weapon” they should bring is a camera to photograph anything that the government might instigate and to photograph the checkpoints along their route.
“If UDD security personnel detect anyone with weapons then that person will be handed over to government security agents”, Mr. Boonpracong said.