Thursday, May 15, 2008

Bangkok: rumors of another coup persist

"You might think it is nonsense. But I can smell a coup," says Wassana Nanuam, a Bangkok Post journalist. . .

"When you cover closely the key men (who are essential to stage a coup), you can see in their eyes, words and behavior that they are thinking seriously of staging a coup," explains the 39-year-old author in an interview on Tuesday at the army headquarters in Bangkok.

Coincidentally, that morning, Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej visited the army headquarters, giving rise to speculation that his visit had something to do with a coup.
Star, via Philip Golingai

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