Gen Tawatchai Samutsakon, former commander of the Second Army Region, and now a NLA member, told Thai PBS he met and talked to the father of a student activist who is a Surin resident yesterday.
The father told him that his son was taken out by a foreign organization for two nights in a brainwashing session a month ago.
From that day his son has changed and turned to have adopted anti government attitude, he said.
The father also said he wanted bail for his son, he said.
He said he didn’t want to elaborate but confirmed such movement from foreign organizations happened frequently in Surin province, starting from Khon Kaen to other provinces in the Northeast.