Nattapat Akahad the brother of Kamolket Akahad, victim of political turmoil in 2010, held a press conference opposing the National Reconciliation Bill.

He also called for the removal of Tarit Pengdith, head of the Department of Special Investigation, from its team probing the killings. Payao, the mother of Kamolket, nurse "Kate", also joined the press conference at the Rattanakosin Hotel. The Akahad family rejects the National Reconciliation Bill, proposed by Deputy PM Chalerm Yoobamrung, which would acquit everyone guilty of being involved in the political conflict since the coup in September 2006; including people who ordered and killed citizens during the crisis. They also oppose Pheu Thai MP Worachai Hema's Amnesty Bill, as it would also acquit murderers. As long as they fail to see justice coming to light, the Akahads will continue rejecting the bill.

Kamolket was a 25-year-old nurse who volunteered to help look after people during the 2010 crisis. She was shot dead at Wat Pathum Wanaram, near Ratchaprasong, while giving medical aid to a patient. Her death left her family in remorse, partly because there has been no progress to date in identifying or finding the person who shot Kamolket.

The family's position consists of three main points: first, they confirmed that they did not ignore people now imprisoned due to accusations during "Black May" protests in 1992 as they stated that they would support the people's bill. Secondly, they reject both the National Reconciliation Bill and the Amnesty Bill, as they don't want to see culprits get off without being punished for their actions. Thirdly, they said if the head of the DSI (Department of Special Investigation) remained, the truth would not be revealed.

The government and the Red Shirt Leaders never asked for his opinion before proposing their bills. They never asked the family how they feel before they proposed the law, not even when they decided to draft it. They felt that they don't mean anything to them. The family confirmed they still go to demonstrations with the Red Shirts, if asked, but prefer to stick with their group and not join any activity with others. Right now all they want is the truth, as people who want to know what happened, not just get money, to help "cure" their minds.