What happens if you oppose Thaksin’s reconciliation amnesty for all: Former PM Abhisit to face murder charge

Former Thai PM Abhisit “to face murder charge” – channelnewsasia.com, December 6, 2012
…Abhisit and Suthep will be summoned by letter to hear the charges and to be questioned on December 12, Tarit said, adding that authorities would not seek court permission to detain the men, who are both now opposition lawmakers.
About 90 people were killed and nearly 1,900 were wounded in a series of street clashes between demonstrators and security forces, which culminated in a bloody military crackdown. Two foreign journalists were among those killed.
Until now no government or military officials had faced charges over the deaths…

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2 Responses to What happens if you oppose Thaksin’s reconciliation amnesty for all: Former PM Abhisit to face murder charge

  1. David Brown says:

    people that opposed Abhisit’s government were shot and killed without being charged or put on trial
    and redshirts that were charged were mostly refused bail
    does this mean elites get treated better than buffaloes?

  2. albert park says:

    Nice headline. Impunity maintained.

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