Goodbye to Mark, time to face the music - Bangkok Post, July 19, 2010
...He admitted posting remarks at his Facebook page in language inappropriate for a teenager towards an elder: "I wrote those remarks as a teenager would - I did not use much discretion or judgement," said a po-faced Mark, who offered two wais of apology to Mr Abhisit, who shares the same nickname of Mark.
Worse, in the eyes of many Thais, were allegations that Mark had also maligned the monarchy.
Comments making a veiled reference to the King appeared on Mark's Facebook page. They were picked up by media outlets opposed to the red shirts, as further evidence that Mark was a bad person.
Mark, however, denies ever posting the comments...
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