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Inside the Red Shirt camp at Ratchaprasong, a memorial to Seh Daeng, a rouge army colonel and Red Shirt leader shot a few days before by an unknown sniper.<br />
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From March to May 2010, Red Shirt protestors occupied several sites in Bangkok in an attempt to oust the government, who they believed had come to power illegitimately. <br />
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When the tanks finally rolled in, clearing away the last of the Red Shirts, more than 80 people had been killed and more than 2,000 injured.

Inside the Red Shirt camp at Ratchaprasong, a memorial to Seh Daeng, a rouge army colonel and Red Shirt leader shot a few days before by an unknown sniper.

From March to May 2010, Red Shirt protestors occupied several sites in Bangkok in an attempt to oust the government, who they believed had come to power illegitimately.

When the tanks finally rolled in, clearing away the last of the Red Shirts, more than 80 people had been killed and more than 2,000 injured.

Copyright Rob Few