Ladies and gentlemen of the jury,
I know you’ve spent all morning listening to Mr. Broygo talk;
I know you’re hungry;
what I need to tell you won’t take very long at all.
I don’t like Alexander Cullen. I don’t think he’s a nice person.
I don’t expect you to like him.
He’s been a terrible husband to all three of his wives;
he’s been a destructive force in the lives of his stepchildren;
he’s cheated the city, his partners, his employees…
So I don’t like him.
I’m going to tell you some things during the course of this trial that are going to make you like him even less.
But this isn’t a popularity contest; it’s a murder trial.
When I heard this, then I realized sometimes I criticized many by emotions not reasons.
After that I tried with clause and result.
Try to step away from the point of my view.
I can only sympathize on that.
Can do nothing better.
And in the last line I have only one opinion about 2007 Thailand constitution.
There is no apple by the seed of bean.