Adem Karadag (foreground) aka Bilal Mohammed unexpected shouted, ‘I am not an animal’ and showed bruises he pronounced he suffered in remand jail during a conference Tuesday with associate Uighur think Yusufu Mieraili. (Reuters photo)
Claims by a pivotal think in final year’s lethal bombing during a Erawan tabernacle that he was assaulted while in troops control are untrue, says Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon.
Any damage to a Uighur Muslim was substantially self-inflicted, Gen Prawit said.
The suspect, who has identified himself as Adem Karadag and Bilal Mohammed, complained to reporters on Tuesday he had been beaten.
He cried out, perfectionist his rights, as he was being taken to a troops justice for a conference to inspect justification in tie with a Aug 17 blast nearby a Ratchaprasong intersection.
- Earlier report: Suspect ‘just grabbing attention’
The blast killed 20 people, mostly Chinese tourists and harmed 130 others.
As he walked past reporters on his approach to court, Mr Karadag shouted: “I’m not an animal.”
Gen Prawit denied a attack claim. “Who assaulted him? Did he harm himself?” he said.
The emissary premier, who oversees inhabitant security, pronounced he has followed a review and insisted Mr Karadag and his associate Uighur suspect, Yusufu Mieraili, were treated sincerely during detention.
Acting Corrections Department arch Kobkiat kasivivat pronounced Mr Karadag was substantially looking to attract a courtesy of media and tellurian rights groups monitoring a case.
Mr Kobkiat pronounced doctors during a sanatorium trustworthy to a Corrections Department examined Mr Karadag Wednesday and found no snippet of an damage or earthy assault.
Mr Karadag is being hold in a proxy jail during a 11th Military Circle in Bangkok.
Mr Kobkiat pronounced a prisoner’s outburst while on his approach to justice might have been a outcome of restrained emotions. He claimed a think after apologised to jail arch Bunyarak Bunyathikan.
During his apprehension Mr Karadag had refused to eat and attempted to harm himself by punching a wall of his cell, pronounced a behaving corrections chief.
Still images from a Reuters TV video uncover Adem Karadag cheering as he is escorted to justice in Bangkok on Tuesday. (Reuters photos)