Jan. 22 - Anti-government protests in Thailand escalate even as the Prime Minister imposes a 60 day state of emergency. Julie Noce reports
Anti-government protesters continue to demonstrate in Bangkok on day one of a 60 day state of emergency. Despite the mandate, a group of protesters picked off the letters outside the police headquarters and cut a chain on the gate. Also Wednesday, a pro-government politician was injured in a drive by shooting in what officials say was a politically motivated incident. Anti-government protesters are calling for Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to step down and for reforms in the electoral process. Protesters said they would boycott snap elections set for February 2 in which the Prime Minister is expected to win. Nine people have died since the violence began in November.