The AP reports:
A mob of anti-government protesters attacked at least two people they suspected of supporting the current Thai government and smashed the windows of a moving Bangkok bus Saturday in the first eruption of violence after a week of tense street protests.
The mob also smashed the windshield of a taxi carrying people wearing red shirts, a sign of government support.
The violence erupted when the crowd of more than 1,000 people led by university students who oppose the government tried to block people from entering a stadium where supporters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra were holding a rally.
Embedded above and on YouTube here is a short clip of what appears to the incident in which demonstrators attacked the bus.
Meanwhile, more and more Red Shirts have been gathering at Rajamangala Stadium.
Here’s a photo @caldeiradasilva posted at about 7:30 p.m. tonight:
From inside right now pic.twitter.com/lMpBvK5TQb
— caldeiradasilva (@caldeiradasilva) November 30, 2013
And finally, a Wall Street Journal story today looks at whether or not the army might stage a coup. The answer, according to analysts, is: probably not.
“The army has learned its lesson from the coup in 2006 and the Red Shirt protests in 2010,” said Panitan Wattanayakorn, a professor at Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University and spokesman in a previous, anti-Thaksin government. “Meddling with politics has cost it support.”
As for tomorrow, protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has announced plans to target Government House — the prime minister’s offices — and other locations such as police headquarters and various ministries.