SOME FANS of actress Pataratida Patcharawirapong, or Tangmo Nida, who drowned in Chao Phraya river during a speedboat trip last month, today (Mar. 13) marched to Nonthaburi police station to submit a letter urging the investigators to work honestly and then continued staging a rally there, Matichon newspaper said.
This is the second day in a row that Tangmo Nida’s fans have gathered to pressure for justice for the late actress.
At 9 a.m. the group’s representative Ms. Kanyalak Pitichaimongkol, or Jib, submitted their letter at the police station asking that the media and the public be allowed to check any additional information or news in this case.
They stressed that they would not be a nuisance or disturb the police team investigating the case.
They added that the fan club are either Christians like the deceased actress or also worked in the entertainment industry, but behind the scenes.
The fans had gathered at a Nonthaburi pier pavilion where they wrote their messages on cloth banners and placards, such as “Tangmo must not die for free,” “Demand justice,” “Move the case to DSI”, and “Work transparently.”
They had tied white ribbon on their wrist as a symbol of their demand for justice.
At 1 p.m. today three well-known lawyers, Mr. Sittra Biabangkerd, Mr. Ronnarong Kaewphet and Mr. Ratchapol Sirisakorn were to show up to give support to the young demonstrators.
Late actress Tangmo Nida’s fans demonstrating for justice at Nonthaburi police station. Photos: Matichon