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A Thai fortune teller arrested as part of a high-profile royal insult investigation has died, the government said Monday, the second suspect in as many weeks to die in police custody.Thailand's royal insult laws carry up to 15 years in prison for each count for anyone convicted of insulting the king, queen, heir or regent.The investigation is part of a crackdown on perceived royal insults launched by the junta, which took power in a coup last year.King Bhumibol, 87, is convalescing at a Bangkok hospital after being treated by doctor's for 'water on the brain'.His frail health has added to the political uncertainty surrounding Thailand since the 2014 coup.
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