If we were to view the charges against former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and former national security chief Suthep Thaugsuban relating to the death of an innocent bystander during the political crisis of April and May 2010 from a moral perspective, supporters on both sides of the political divide would yell at each other until the end of days, and nothing would get solved.
However, if we were to view the charges from a legal perspective, we must examine the nature of the emergency decree, and we might find an answer there, which, of course, would still be unacceptable to many people.
In its primitive form, the world is anarchic. The desire to bring order to chaos is why we form societies, with governments and laws. However, a society may descend into a state of chaos for any of a number of reasons.