A good interview raises more questions than it answers, while a bad one raises more questions about the interviewer than the interview. A mix of both was in play last week when former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva was interviewed by BBC news presenter Mishal Husain about murder charges recently levelled against him.
Former prime minister and current opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva speaks about the murder charges against him during an interview with BBC World News presenter Mishal Husain, in London.
Thailand's Department of Special Investigations chief Tarit Pengdith rocked the political world by charging Mr Abhisit with a murder for issuing orders that "caused the deaths of many people" in during the populist disturbances in Bangkok in April and May 2010.
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