Mr. Abhisit said that his former Government would take sole responsibility “for the mistakes, if any, resulting from the crackdown.” This was quoted in an article by the Bangkok Post on 14 October 2012.
This is good news because with the evidences and his admittance there is sufficient grounds for prosecution of the ex-Prime Minister.
Let us not stop there.
Mr. Suthep, who was the director of the Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation, is also the Democrat politician responsible in approving the killing of nearly 100 people in the year 2010. During the crackdown, Suthep was also the deputy Prime Minister of Thailand.
It is in our interest to see the end of this saga.
Abhisit and Suthep must submit themselves to a court of justice and maybe time will allow the Thai community to forgive them.