The government was not involved in Saturday's shooting attack on the home of Post Today editor Pattara Khampitak, a spokeswoman said yesterday.
Bullet holes in the family vehicle and a grenade hanging off the gate are clear threats to the Post Today newspaper editor, although just exactly who did it and why remain uncertain. (Photos by Pattarachai Prechapanich)
It had never interfered in the work of the media nor limited its freedom of expression, PM's Office deputy spokeswoman Sunisa Lertpakawat said.
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