Thailand: Open letter: Investigate the enforced disappearance of Wanchalearm Satsaksit and the disapperances and alleged executions of other Thai exiles
Amnesty International urges the Attorney General to formally launch an investigation with the Department of Special Investigation, which sits on the Sub-Committee on Torture and Enforced Disappearance, into the enforced disappearance of Wanchalearm and other Thai citizens who were subject to enforced disappearance or allegedly executed in neighbouring countries. The Thai government should also ascertain the fate and whereabouts of all those who have disappeared, bringing all those suspected of criminal responsibility to justice in fair trials before ordinary civilian courts. The Thai government must utilize all tools at its disposal to search for, locate and release forcibly disappeared persons, and ensure justice, truth and reparation for them and their families.
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