There is some good stuff in Mr. Marshall's articles.
I have read what has so far been published.
Quite honestly, from what I read, there isn't really anything new if one has followed Thai politics and history for some time.
Marshall actually says this is his pieces.
Basically, the Wikileaks just verify what was once speculation.
There are a few things that I have discovered that I wasn't really aware of.
For example, I would have never guessed that Prem was completely out of the loop after HMTK was hospitalized.
Another thing I have been thinking about is the importance Luang Ta Maha Bua role played in all this. In retrospect, I think his attacks on Thaksin played a more important role in getting rid of Thaksin than most people realize.
The State department kind of blows him off as a crazy old monk in the Wikileaks.
Luang Ta Maha Bua wasn't a crazy old monk. He was the most powerful monk in Thailand.
You can't really write off somebody who is considered an arahant, which basically is an enlightened Buddha.
When Luang Ta Maha Bua attacked Thaksin, it was the equivalent of Lord Buddha descending from the sky and declaring Thaksin the most evil man in Thailand.
Anyway, here are the links, copied from Zenjournalist.com:
The one aspect I find entertaining in this whole sordid affair is watching Thanong's head explode on Twitter and his back and forth with Mr. Marshall.