Two livestreamers attacked by royalist demonstrators

Description

On 10 February, a hardline pro-monarchy group known as the Citizens' Network to Protect the Monarchy staged a counter-demonstration at BTS Siam station in response to a group of activists in support of reforming the monarchy who were holding a news conference in the same area. Argument later broke out between the two groups, and some royalist demonstrators charged at the pro-reform activists, leading to a brawl. During the scuffle, members of the Citizens' Network to Protect the Monarchy also punched and attacked livestreamers from two Facebook pages who were broadcasting the rally, causing damages to one of the phones. The two livestreamers later filed complaints against the attackers with the police.

Information
Number of attacked persons or entities related to media
2
Do they work as freelance or media?
Yes
Position in media
Status of journalists
Gender
Male
Age
Country
Bangkok
Full name or name of group
Identified
The name of perpetrator (individual/group)
Citizens' Network to Protect the Monarchy
Gender
Attack mention about gender background/sexual wording?
No
Date of incident
Type of incident
Physical assaults (include death, injury, abduction)