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Dispossessing Law: Arbitrary Detention in Southern Thailand

Haberkorn, Tyrell


At 3:30 A.M. on June 23, 2007, a group of ten police and army officials rattled the gate outside the house of M., a young father, Muslim, and Thai citizen living in Narathiwat. Along with Yala, Pattani, and four districts of Songkhla, Narathiwat is one of the southernmost border provinces of Thailand under martial law and emergency rule. Once M.�and his wife, mother-in-law, and two children�were awake, the officials asked him to open the gate and then for permission to search the house.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Accumulating Insecurity


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