The new group of politicians, retired military officers summoned included retired army general Gen Panlop Pinmanee whose name surfaced as the commander who engaged in the Kruesae mosque massacre, former foreign minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul, former Air Force chief ACM Sukampol Suwanathat, former deputy defense minister Gen Yutthasak Sasiprapa, former finance minister Kittirat na Ranong, former House speaker Col Apiwan Viriyachai, Mrs Sudarat Keyuraphan, former Magsaysay award winner Prateep Ungsingtham, former ICT minister Surapong Suebwonglee, and Thaksin’s lawyer Vichit Plangsrisuwan.
Hardcore redshirt leaders included Kwanchai Praipana, redshirt chief security guard Aree Krainara, Phayap Panket, Wuthipong Kochathammakun or widely known as “KoTee”, Arisman Pongruangrong, and Suporn Attawong, former deputy secretary a general to the prime minister who was reported to return to the northeast to recruit militiamen to fight if Yingluck government fell.
Businessmen summoned to report included Panlert Baiyok, Paijit Aksornarong.
Former MPs summoned included Karun Hosakul, Sunai Jullapongsathorn.
On the anti-government PDRC side, they included Thavorn Senniem, Miss Jittapat Krisadakorn.