Exposing Abhisit Vejjajiva

20 03 2009

Below is reproduced a note posted at FACT (2o March 2009: “Chotisak says PM LIES!”), which is self-explanatory and follows-up on PPT’s earlier post on this statement by Abhisit on Chotisak:

Exposing the big fat liar Abhisit Vejjajiva
Chotisak Onsoong
March 17, 2009

According to the statement that Abhisit Vejjajiva addressed in the public speech in the topic “The management to the challenge of democracy development” at Oxford University on 14 March 2009, at the last part of the speech, Mr. Abhisit answered a question asked by Giles Ungpakorn, saying that  “If not, of course the charge would be dropped. Just like the case of Chotsak you have mentioned has already been dropped.” (see the attach files 01 or watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-fsOdpVFsw&feature=related)

But in fact, Chotisak and his friend’s case is still in the state attorney’s process.  Chotisak and friend must present themself to the court on 30 of March 2009 to listen to the prosecutor order (if the prosecutor will press charge or not) (also see the attach document 02) Moreover, after inquiring for more accurate information about the case via telephone on 17 March 2009, it is found that the prosecutor who is looking after this case incited that, the case is still in the process of investigating for more evidence. It was never dropped or revoked as Mr. Abhisit has claimed on the mentioned speech.

The truth shall triumph over lies.

Chotisak Onsoong

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5 responses

26 03 2009
New: Human rights not improving in Thailand « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] claimed that Chotisak Oonsoong’s case has been dropped and there has been no response to the well-documented response from Chotisak that this is untrue. Abhisit’s sincerity on these issues requires a more critical […]

23 09 2009
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[…] Earlier in his period as prime minister, perhaps reflecting his inexperience, but also the challenges he received from more knowledgeable audiences, Abhisit tended to be more forthcoming. But this also resulted in problems when he was shown to be making patently false claims. For PPT’s posts on this, search for “Oxford” and see here and here. […]

25 09 2009
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[…] ช่วงต้นๆที่อภิสิทธิ์เป็นนายก อาจจะสะท้อนให้เห็นถึงความเป็นมือใหม่ ต่อหน้าผู้ฟังซึ่งมีหูตากว้างไกลย่อมสร้างความท้าทายให้กับอภิสิทธิ์ ซึ่งดูเหมือนว่าจะเปิดเผยข้อมูลออกมามากขี้น แต่ปัญหาต่างๆย่อมเกิดขี้นตามมา เมื่อเขาอ้างอิงแต่เรื่องเท็จ บทความที่พีพีทีได้โพสต์ไว้ ค้นหาได้จากคำว่า “Oxford” จากที่นี่ และ ที่นี่ […]

26 09 2009
New: TIME on Abhisit « Political Prisoners in Thailand

[…] just days before Darunee Charnchoensilpakul was sentenced to 18 years’ jail. This is not the first time Abhisit has been less than truthful on such […]

25 09 2010
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[…] repressive politics, but his most blatant lie in this speech. As PPT has pointed out before (and here), Abhisit now has a long record of bald-faced lies, most notably when […]

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