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Trial of Aung San Suu Kyi 20101103

Trial of Aung San Suu Kyi 20101103

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The World FamousUnjustified Trial of Aung San Suu Kyi in the 21
CenturyYear 2009, Rangoon, Burma
Release to Public3 November 2010
Army GeneralsIII.
National League for Democracy (NLD)IV.
International CommunitiesV.
For today world’s leaders and future generations to come, Burmese people truthfully reveal the unjustifiedtrial of the Prime Minister-Elect Aung San Suu Kyi; it has been lacking rule of law in Burma under ArmyGenerals since 1962. To understand the situation of judicial proceedings as well as suffering and desire of the whole people and international community, all ethnicities living together create this record by collectinginformation regarding her trial. The political activists, in addition, compile on the Executive Branch andCabinet of State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) and its followers: riot police, Union Solidarityand Development Association (USDA/Kyant Phoot) / Swan Arr Shin / Police, setting to inspect andinterrogate the NLD members who attend the trial peacefully following their leader.And then, the Ministry of Home Affairs of Executive Branch instructs both judges and prosecutors of Judicial Branch about the verdict they want. The Home Minister of the SPDC outside his jurisdiction hasmade decisions on Daw Aung San Suu Kyi first house arrest (1989-1995) and second house arrest (2000-2002). Since 2003 third arrest, the military junta has continuously extended the house arrest at the end of each period her term due to expire in May every year.Daw Aung San Suu Kyi received an unusual visit from an American man, John William Yettaw, who swamacross Inya Lake and intruded her tightly guarded residence. According to the intelligent sources, theBurmese Embassy in USA hired and assigned John Yettaw to assassinate Aung San Suu Kyi by the order of Generals and Ministers. Aung San Suu Kyi, her two live-in party members Khin Khin Win and her daughterWin Ma Ma and an American man, John Yettaw appeared the first time at a special court in Insein Prisoncompound to hear the charges against them on May 14, 2009 with under section 22 of the State ProtectionLaw. She could face three to five years in prison if found guilty. The regime’s courts were composed of Rangoon Northern District Court, Divisional Court and High Court where the generals order their judgesand prosecutors about the verdict they have decided. The political activists describe that the regime start touse the judiciary as a tool of oppression. Judges from the court has broken the law themselves. Such as, the judicial proceedings are very unfair - the court has allowed 14 prosecution witnesses but only allow two
Page 2 of 226from the defense witnesses. Aung San Suu Kyi was charged with and convicted of three years imprisonmentand hard labor under the State protection law 1975 section 22 of “Law to safeguard the State from thedangers of destructive element” by Rangoon Northern District Court on August 11, 2009.In fact, Senior General Than Shwe, the head of the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC) militaryregime, interfered with Rangoon Northern District Court’s decision. Referring to the Head of the State, hisstatement was read out in court on Tuesday that he would reduce Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s sentence. Thatis the worst period for the non-independence of judiciary system and for outrageous rulings. Always abovethe law, the regime’s Home Minister Maj-Gen Maung Oo entered and addressed the courtroom with aprepared statement from Senior General Than Shwe. Maung Oo said that since Daw Aung San Suu Kyi wasthe daughter of national hero Aung San, the junta chief had decided to exercise leniency upon her. Theassembled reporters and diplomats were told that Than Shwe had decided to intervene and cut the sentencein half and to have it suspended to house arrest.Whatever it may be, this paper will vividly identify with readers that there is no independent Judicial Branchof government in Burma. To come to the point, Burmese people, in fact, have no right of fair andindependent court system.Maung Maung LattB.A. Law; LL.B. (Advocate)Member of Parliament 1990, National League for Democracy, Bilin (1), Mon State16 August 2009, Edited
Army Generals
The Nazi Burmese Generals
The darkest hellhole of military dictatorship has terminated democracy and human rights since 2 March1962 by Gen. Ne Win (Burma Socialist Program Party, BSPP / Ma Sa La, 4 July 1962) with his henchmenGen. Saw Maung 18 September 1988/ Gen. Than Shwe 23 April 1992 (State Law and Order RestorationCouncil, SLORC / Na Wa Ta / Nyeinpi, 18 September 1988) and Gen. Than Shwe (State Peace andDevelopment Council, SPDC / Na Ah Pha, 15 November 1997). Power is centered on the ruling junta thatmaintains strict authoritarian rule over the people of Burma.
State Peace and Development Council (SPDC / Na Ah Pha)
No. 1, Sr-Gen
Than Shwe
, Chairman of the State Peace and Development Council, Butcher of BuddhistMonks 2007. He has ordered the judges to sentence the Lady at least 3 years in jail. May 2009No. 2, Vice Sr-Gen
Maung Aye
, Deputy Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services, Vice Chairman of theState Peace and Development Council, Butcher of Dooplaya.No. 3, Gen Thura
Shwe Mann
, Butcher of Mae Tha Waw 1989, Cunning Diplomatic General.No. 4, Gen
Thein Sein
, Prime Minister, National Convention Chairman.No. 5, Gen Thiha Thura
Tin Aung Myint Oo
, Secretary-1 of the State Peace and Development Council.Rising Star in SPDC, Lt-Gen
Myint Swe
, Chief of the Bureau of Special Operations 5 and Military AffairsSecurity, member of the State Peace and Development Council, Christie Island Massacre 1998.
Page 3 of 226Lt-Col
Zaw Min Aung
, Police Special Branch Officer.Dr.
Tin Aung Aye
, Supreme Court Judge.Brig-Gen
Kyaw Hsan
, Minister of Information, Chief of World Information Working Committee andInformation Working Group, Head of Counter-media Campaign, Secretary of National ConventionConvening Committee, Comical Ali.U
Myint Kyaing
, District Law Officer, Junta Lawyer.U
Aye Maung
, Attorney General, Vice-Chairman of the National Convention Working Committee,Secretary of Multiparty Democracy General Election Committee.Maj-Gen
Khin Aung
, Minister of Culture, former Director of Public Relations and PsychologicalWarfare, Board Member of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd.U
Thaung Nyunt
, Judge, Rangoon Northern District Court.Maj-Gen / U
Htay Oo
, Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, Secretary-General of the Union Solidarityand Development Association (USDA / Kyant Phoot, para-militia).Maj-Gen
Maung Oo
, Minister of Home Affairs, Home Land Terrorist.U
Nyi Nyi Soe
, Judge, Rangoon Western District Court.Maj
Tint Swe
(a) Yeyint Tint Swe, Director of the Press Scrutiny and Registration Division, Ministry of Information, consultant of Eleven Media Group.Lt-Col / U
, Minister of Science and Technology, Minister of Labour.Col / U
Aung Thaung
, Minister of Industry (1), Secretariat member of Union Solidarity and DevelopmentAssociation.Col
Win Naing Tun
, Police Deputy Head of Special Intelligence Department (Special Branch).U
Aung Toe
, Chief Justice, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening Committee.Maj-Gen/U
Nyan Win
, Minister of Foreign Affairs.Brig-Gen
Zaw Win
, Director General of prisons of murderous terror, Ministry of Home Affairs.Maj-Gen
Khin Yi
, Police Chief, Burma Police Force.May 2009Only
Senior General Than Shwe
, Burma’s military strongman, will decide “if and when” Aung San SuuKyi is freed; only he “knows exactly when she will be granted freedom,” wrote The Irrawaddy, a dissidentBurmese newspaper, citing two Burmese government officials. A close aid of the Nobel Prize winner saysthat Burma’s main opposition leader plans to tour the country once she is released to rally support fordemocracy. Aung San Suu Kyi spent 15 of the past 21 years in prison or under house arrest. Her latestsentence, due to an American man who broke into her home in August 2009, will end on 13 November, afew days after the country’s general elections on 7 November. The incident was a pretext to exclude herfrom taking part in the elections, and give the military regime a large majority in the new parliament. Foropponents, analysts and western governments, the election process is in fact just a farce. speroforum.com, 2October 2010
Left to Right: Shwe Mann, Than Shwe,Maung Aye. AFP / MMK, 5 June 2009

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