This video says about itself:
4 January 2018
Blind Thai woman is jailed for 18 months for sharing a ‘royal insult‘ on Facebook. A blind woman was jailed for 18 months by a Thai court on Thursday for sharing a Facebook post deemed defamatory to the royal family, her lawyer said, the latest victim of a tough law that shields the monarchy from criticism.
Nuhurhayati Masoe, 23, who hails from Thailand‘s Muslim-majority Yala province, was punished for publishing an excerpt from an article on the social media platform in October 2016. She heard the article through an audio application for blind people.
Translated from Dutch RTL news today:
Blind Thai woman jailed in prison cell for sharing a Facebook post
A court in Bangkok sentenced a young blind woman to a one-and-a-half-year prison sentence because she had shared a critical post about the monarchy on Facebook.
The lèse majesté laws are particularly harsh in Thailand. Violators can be sentenced to years of imprisonment.
The 23-year-old woman had shared an article by royal family critic Giles Ungpakorn.
The woman has confessed that, but she did not expect that only sharing would cause such a severe punishment.
Since the military have been in power through a coup in 2014, more than a hundred people have received long penalties for lèse majesté.
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