Dutch journalist Michel Maas took the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) and the press on a tour in Ratchaprasong on Wednesday, showing where he was shot by the military on the morning of May 19th 2010.
Michel was in Thailand reporting on the military crackdown of Red Shirt protests for Netherlands Radio Worldwide and the Volkskrant newspaper. He was with a group of journalists on Ratchadamri Road when the army suddenly started shooting indiscriminately at the crowd of protesters.
He was shot in the shoulder and, shortly afterwards, was rushed to the nearby Police General Hospital from where he resumed his broadcast.
On Wednesday he spoke to reporters and the DSI on the spot where he was shot two years ago.