Thailandís anti-government protest leader, Suthep Thaugsuban, has claimed that a gunman who shot a colleague in Bangkok on Sunday might have been Cambodian. On Sunday, a gunman shot dead Sutin Tharatin, one of the main leaders of the protests against Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, while he delivered a speech from the back of a truck in Bangkok. Shortly after the fatal shooting, Peopleís Democratic Reform Committee leader Mr. Suthep, said in a speech that he believes the gunman to be Cambodian, and that Cambodia had violated Thai sovereignty. ďI would like to take this opportunity to tell
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