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Asian Human Rights Commission-BURMA: Dossier of cases from Kachin State released

Asian Human Rights Commission-BURMA: Dossier of cases from Kachin State released

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Hong Kong, January21, 2013) The Asian Human Rights Commission on Monday released a special dossier of recent cases of arrest, detention, torture and extortion carried out by Burma military and police personnel in Kachin State.

Hong Kong, January21, 2013) The Asian Human Rights Commission on Monday released a special dossier of recent cases of arrest, detention, torture and extortion carried out by Burma military and police personnel in Kachin State.

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Name of the accused (Suspect)

: Brang Yung

Father’s name

: Maran Gam

Date of Birth (Age)

: 10 December 1987 (age 24)

NRC ID

: Nil

Gender

: Male

Education

: Grade 6

Occupation

: Hillside paddy farmer

Marital status

: Married

Name of spouse

: Daw Hkawn Nan

Permanent address

: Npawn Yang Village, Waingmaw Tsp.

Current address

: Shwezet Baptist Church IDP Camp, Myitkyina

Contact person

: Daw Hkawn Nan

Contact address

: Shwezet Baptist Church IDP Camp, Myitkyina

Date of arrest

: 12 June 2012

Name of court

: Myitkyina Township Court

Act of the case

: 1908 Unlawful Associations Act, art. 17(1)

Verdict

: (still on trial)

Date of interview

: 17 August 2012

A Brief Account of Detention

U Brang Yung and family left their home in Npawn village and came to IDP camp in Shwezet
Baptist Church on 24 June 2011. Although they had enough food to eat in the IDP camp, they
needed money for their children’s schooling and he left Shwezet Baptist Church IDP camp for

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China to drive other businessmen’s cows for sale on 9 June 2012. While they were tending cows in
the grazing field, Kha La Ya (37) troop convoy arrested seven people of them including three cow
owners. But the three cow owners were release upon the payment of 1.2 million kyats (Ks.
1,200,000). The other four of them were detained by Kha La Ya (37). At present, those four men are
being prosecuted by 1908 Unlawful Associations Act, art. 17(1) at Myitkyina Township Court.

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