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Thailand blood protest: images from the prime minister’s house today

Here are my images from today’s red shirt “blood protest” — is that an official term now? — at the prime minister’s house. You can find the details in this BBC story. And there’s more from GlobalPost and AP.

I have a short video of the blood dousing incident itself, and will try to share that later. For now, here’re the pics…

There’re a few more images in the full Flickr photoset.

As ever, I’ll continue to monitor events. Follow me on Twitter for real-time updates.

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9 replies on “Thailand blood protest: images from the prime minister’s house today”

Excellent work, Newley.

Fun fact: Nurses supposedly added an anti-coagulant to keep the blood from turning into pudding.

I’m going to go bleach my eyeballs now.

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