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Topic - Weng Tojirakarn
"There must be charges," said Mr. Weng whose wife, Thida Thavornseth, currently heads the UDD.
"In order for the soldier to pull the trigger of the gun, there must be someone who orders. So the prime minister is the one who is at that post and decided to order the soldier to pull the trigger of the gun," Mr. Weng said.