The Monty Hall problem
involves choosing a door with a prize as opposed to a lion that will leap out
and eat you. When a crime has been committed, The Monty Hall problem provides
two doors to choose from: one gives the victim revenge against the perpetrator,
the other door requires the victim and perpetrator to reconcile.
What’s it going to be?
Will it be a knife or a wai (or handshake)?
One of the pre-election
promises of the opposition Thai political party is to grant amnesty for those
charged with crimes after the coup in September 2006. The premise is, if
elected, those on both sides of the political divide and their supporters who
face criminal charges will be granted a ‘get out of jail free’ card. Though the
details as to what conduct and what individuals is vague. Wiggle room is a Siam
twin with most amnesty proposals. Finding the Goldilocks just right spot is not
an easy task.
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