Thailand: Grave developments- Killings and other abuses
This report focuses on human rights violations, particularly extrajudicial executions, in the context of the Thai government's anti-drugs campaign from February through April 2003. The report also highlights key examples of the lack of due diligence on the part of the government in protecting vulnerable groups, and examines instances of abuse against land rights and environmental activists; members of tribal groups; poor people; and migrant workers. The government's failure to properly investigate crimes committed against these people, contribute to Thailand's climate of impunity.
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