Thailand charges dropped against BBC reporter

Jonathan Head faced up to five years in jail if he had been convicted.

Charges have been withdrawn against a BBC journalist in a criminal defamation case in Thailand.

Jonathan Head faced up to five years in jail if he had been convicted.

He and a co-defendant appeared in court in Phuket at the start of the trial on Wednesday. Both pleaded not guilty.

More – BBC journalist Jonathan Head on trial in Thailand over unusual defamation case

“The plaintiff has withdrawn his case against BBC journalist Jonathan Head, but as the trial of his co-defendant is continuing, we cannot comment further at present,” a BBC statement said.

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  • Jail the BBC twats

    • Do you even know what this is about ? Did you even read it? Can you even read? Why would you even bother to make such a useless comment?

    • Tell someone who gives a fuck

    • His comments speaks millions.
      Must be married to a Thai, wears Buddhist amulets and sports around a Sak Yant tat on his back.

      “Long live Thailand!!”

    • Mark Jenkins What a Cunt!

  • Mark hope you don’t get rip of in the land of smiles stay safe matey