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The chief military strategist of Thailand's anti-government protest movement has died.
Major-General Khattiya Sawasdipol, better known as Seh Daeng or "commander red", was accused by the government of being a renegade soldier and creating a paramilitary force for the so-called red shirt protesters.
His death, reported on Monday by the Vajira hospital in Bangkok where he was being treated, came after he was shot in the head - reportedly by a sniper - while talking to journalists inside the perimeter of the protest zone on Thursday.
Originally posted by broahes
I'm wondering if this will lead to a much larger, and more violent movement than we have already seen, or if it will quell some of the protests.