The Red Shirt Leaders are courageous enough to say that they will not seek amnesty in the terrorism case before the court that carried a death sentence as the maximum penalty. They even challenged the Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his former deputy Suthep Thaugsuban in proving their innocence in the 2010 Political Violence. The Prime Minister and his former deputy are charged with murder following the deaths of the protesters last 2010 crackdown. These leaders boasted about their advantage having clear evidences proving that their rallies did not result in any violence.

The fiery confidence of these Red Shirt Leaders seemed to be going down when just recently, Weng Tojirakarn, called for the terrorism case to be dropped. The Department of Special Investigation terminated his authority to withdraw the case which is already before the court, they have to file a petition before the Criminal Court to consider his request in dropping the case.

This move was supported the several Red Shirt Leaders who went on a campaign on Red Shirt TV channel, Asia Update. They are trying to convince their supporters that the charges should be dropped because the red-shirts should not face a terrorism case, which is a political one. In other words, the Red Shirt, especially the leaders agreed that they are not the ones who should be tried in court.

There are a lot of people who are supporting the Red Shirt Movement but they too are having questions in the violence that happened in 2010. And these same people for sure would like to hear both sides to know the truth.