Constitution Court justice not shaken by attack at homeOctober 30th, 2008 - 2:09 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi
Constitutional Court justice Mr. Jarun Pukditanakul (จรัล ภักดีธนากุล) revealed today (October 30) he has not been shaken by the recent explosive attack on his home and has refrained from pointing a finger of blame at any group for concern it would only further incite division in the nation.
The constitution court justice’s home was recently attacked by a low intensity explosive. Mr. Jarun however remarked jokingly to the fact that the same incident occurred at a similar time to the anti-government People’s Alliance for Democracy (PAD), saying that he considered a sharing of responsibility. He has not requested police protection due to the incident. He affirmed his belief that the country remained in a state of security.
Mr. Jarun assured that explosive incident would not have any effect on a pending party dissolution case. He stated that the matter was within the legal system and was based on evidences and due process. The justice declined to speculate if the incident was politically tied incident.
Nonetheless, the untowards occurrence left no injuries. It only caused minor damage to the justices’ home windows.
Source : National News Bureau, Public Relations Department of Thailand
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