I still don't believe that there is a "Free Syrian Army" with some kind of hierarchy and organised structure. Rather this is a loose umbrella term for a number of disconnected and mostly autonomous militias and defected soldiers that vary in professionalism and integrity. The biggest mistake somebody can do is say that "the other side" is making mistakes as well, because there is no "other side" any more than there is one leader to this revolution. Having said that, the Syrian opposition in all its forms must make its position clearer in denouncing extra-judicial killings and sectarianism. The fact that the state is no longer a legitimate ruler of the country does not mean that crimes against humanity should be tolerated, or that - when this is all over - those responsible should not be held to account for any crimes committed. In the end of the day those who have spilt innocent blood - whether of the regime or the opposition - must stand trial. Otherwise there's no point in replacing Assad.