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Klage (SLAPP)

6 Dez 2019

Puttanee Kangkun - Fortify Rights

Status: ONGOING

Date lawsuit was filed
6 Dez 2019
Datumsgenauigkeit
Alle/s korrekt
Puttanee Kangkun
Strafrechtlich
Weiblich
Fortify Rights
Gruppe für Menschenrechte
Gerichtsprozesse: SLAPPs
Rechtliche Forderungen: Diffamierung
Schadenshöhe: $89.223
Schadenshöhe (in lokaler Währung): 2.8 million Thai Baht
Klage eingereicht von: Company
Zielsetzung: Einzelperson
Ort der Einreichung: Thailand
Ort des Vorfalls: Thailand
Thammakaset 2 Thailand Landwirtschaft & Viehzucht Unternehmensantwort

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Ms. Puttanee Kangkun, a Senior Human Rights Specialist with the NGO Fortify Rights, published 14 social media posts (three tweets, nine retweets, and two Facebook posts) between January 25 and September 17, 2019, expressing support to fellow human rights defenders - including Ms. Sutharee Wannasiri, Mr. Nan Win, and Ms. Ngamsuk Ruttanasatian - involved in criminal and civil defamation cases regarding labour rights abuses committed by the Thai poultry company Thammakaset Co., Ltd. On December 6, 2019, Thammakaset filed a criminal complaint for “defamation” (Article 326 of the Thai Criminal Code) and “libel” (Article 328) with the Bangkok Southern Criminal Court against Ms. Puttanee Kangkun over her 14 social media posts. If prosecuted and convicted under these charges, Ms. Puttanee Kangkun could face up to 28 years in prison and a fine of up to 2.8 million Thai Baht (approximately 81,500 Euros). A preliminary hearing was held on March 2, 2020. The court adjourned it to June 8, 2020, due to the coronavirus outbreak