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Audio clip puts amnesty plan on back burner

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Deputy Defence Minister Gen Yuthasak Sasiprapa denied it was his voice in the controversial amnesty audio clip. 

But his denial was a useless exercise.

Almost everyone now believes the recording is authentic. The naturally flowing conversation between the two men, believed to be Gen Yuthasak and the de facto leader of the Pheu Thai Party, Thaksin Shinawatra, indicates it was not doctored. The contents also reaffirm Thaksin's long-known determination to push for an amnesty bill and to control the military.

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