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A Thailand group protested and criticized a Thailand Ch. 7 reporter, the Bangkok Post reported. (Credit: Bangkok Post, screenshot)

Ten “red-shirt supporters” protested a Thailand reporter Somjit Nawakruasunthorn who interviewed the prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, the Bangkok Post reported.

Nawakruasunthorn is Channel 7’s political reporter and is accused of breaking journalism ethics guidelines.  Channel 7 has rejected claims that she should be let go from her position in response to the protest, according to the Bangkok Post.

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In a follow-up report, the Bangkok Post explained that the Thai Broadcast Journalists Association and the News Broadcasting Council of Thailand joined together in asking the protestors “to stop trying to intimidate the media.”

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