tangsrisakul — May 13, 2010 — from CNN Breaking news:
Bangkok, Thailand (CNN) -- A leader of anti-government protests in Thailand was shot in the head while being interviewed at the demonstrations, according to the journalist who was with him at the time.
Seh Daeng was in critical condition, according to his guards with the Red Shirt protesters.
Video footage taken just after the shooting showed Seh lying on the ground, dressed in camouflage, as frantic protesters attempted to move him and get help. Seh appears to be bleeding from a head wound. Footage from the hospital showed medics covering Seh's face as he was brought in on a stretcher amid a throng of media.
Tom Fuller of the International Herald Tribune told CNN he was interviewing Seh at the time of the shooting.