We’ve all seen the films. The suspect is being interrogated in a room with no windows, but maybe a one-way mirror. One table with chairs on either side and some form of recording device. The police sit on one side, the accused and perhaps a lawyer on the other. And the dialogue ensues.
There we can follow the cut-and-thrust, the clever ploys, the unwitting give-away. One side asks the questions. The other side tries not to answer.
It’s not like that in real Thai life.