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Thai anti-government protester Rung feared she’d be thrown in jail for speaking out against the King. Then came a knock at her hotel room door – ABC News

In August, 21-year-old Thai protester Rung became the first person to publicly challenge King Maha Vajiralongkorn with a 10-point manifesto for monarchy reform….

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As a massive anti-government rally in Bangkok last month was finishing up for the night, the leaders of Thailand’s youth protest movement decided to split up.
With rumours suggesting there might be a police crackdown, everyone set about hiding in different hotels in the city to avoid arrest.
That included 21-year-old Panusaya Sithijirawattanakul, who’s known by her nickname Rung. That night, she sat in her hotel room worried about what might happen next.
By early the next morning, her were worst…

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