The chief of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) said on Wednesday that military officers ordered to crack down on red shirt protesters in 2010 could not be held responsible for the deaths of civilians killed as a result.
Armoured personnel carrier smashes through defence lines built by red-shirt protesters during their takeover of central Bangkok in 2010. (Bangkok Post file photo)
Tarit Pengdith announced the decision after a meeting with DSI officials in charge of investigating the 91 deaths during the red shirt street protests in April and May of 2010.
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