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Enemies of Burmese Revolution

Release to Public 27 May 2006 Update 19 June 2006 Total: 568 1. U Be Aung, Manager, Myanmar Segal International Ltd. 2. Maj Hla Myo Aung, Commander of Infantry Battalion 68, killed 5 soldiers of Kachin Independence Army, Nam Hkam Township, Shan State, February 2006. 3. Capt/U Htay Aung, Director General, Hotels and Tourism Directorate. 4. Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung, Military Operation Command 8, Tavoy Station. 5. Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung, Southern Military Region, Toungoo Station Commander. 6. Maj-Gen Kyi Aung, former Minister of Culture, retired May 2006. 7. U Maung Aung, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Immigration and Population, retired May 2006. 8. Captain Min Thu Aung, Military Intelligence Unit 22, Kengtung, poisoned hero Sai Pha Than to death, October 2002. 9. Mot Mot Myint Aung, actress, four-time Myanmar Academy Award winner, pro-military junta. 10. Brig-Gen Myint Aung, Military Attaché, Burmese Embassy in Malaysia. 11. Col Myint Aung, Managing Director, Myawaddy Trading Co. 12. Maj-Gen Thura Myint Aung, Commander of Southwest Command, warlord, Chairman of Ayeyawady Division Peace and Development Council, former commander of Southeastern Command, Mon State. 13. U Myo Myint Aung (a) Setkya Aung Pwint Gaung (a) Sayar Lay, astrologer of the Ne Win family. 14. Maj. Nay Myo Aung, second in command, Light Infantry Battalion 801, 66 Light Infantry Divisions, tortured villagers from Kaw Thay Der, Toungoo District, Karen State, May 2006. 15. Col Nyan Tun Aung, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport. 16. U Pan Aung, Minister of Energy. 17. Dr. Phyo Wai Aung, Prison Doctor, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Kyi September 1994. 18. Col San Aung, Deputy Strategist, Northwest Command, Chin State. 19. Sergeant San Aung, Light Infantry Battalion 349, under Column-2 Commander Soe Tint, committed rape against E-kyu-kee villager in Dweh-loe Township, Papun District, 6 February 2006. 20. U Than Aung, former Minister of Education, termination of the duty August 2005. 21. U Than Htut Aung, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister BrigGen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, chief executive officer of the weekly Eleven Journal. 22. Brig-Gen Than Tun Aung, Regional Operation Command, Sittwe Station. 23. Battalion commander Thet Htun Aung, Light Infantry Battalion 3, tortured villagers September 2002. 24. Brig-Gen Thein Aung, Minister of Forestry. 25. Maj Thein Htun Aung, Director General of the Department of Myanmar Motion Picture, Ministry of Information, former Secretary, Board of Video Censor, Myanmar, issued the banning orders including Ko Zargana May 2006. 26. Brig-Gen Tin Tun Aung, 33 Light Infantry Divisions, Sagaing. 27. Dr. Tun Nay Aung, un-ethical medical physician, Pyapon hospital, Irrewaddy Division. 28. Brig-Gen Win Aung, Mong Hsat. 29. U Win Aung, former Foreign Minister, published a number of articles in The New Light of Myanmar under the pen name Si Thu Nyein Aye critical of the NLD and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi. 30. U Win Aung, Warder of Block-3, notorious Rangoon Insein jail, extorting money and torturing prisoners. 31. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye, Meiktila Station Commander.

32. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye, Tactical Operation Command, Kale, Sagaing Division. 33. U Khin Maung Aye, former Supreme Court Judge, dismissal June 2006. 34. Vice Senior General Maung Aye, DOB: 25 December 1937, Vice Chairman of State Peace and Development Council, Deputy Commander-in-chief of Defence Services, Commander-in-chief (Army), former Commander of Eastern Command, Butcher of Dooplaya. 35. U Maung Aye, Jailer, Tavoy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Than Htwe, 1990. 36. Col Maung Maung Aye, Managing Director, Sin Min Cement Factory, Kyaukse. 37. Lt-Col/U Maung Maung Aye, Chairman Myanmar Brewery Ltd, Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 38. Policeman Min Aye, Daik-U, Pegu Division, brutally beat up Naing Too’s family in public on 19 March 2006 as the brutality of the fascist Japanese military police Kempetai during WW2. 39. Brig-Gen Myint Aye, Military Operation Command 9, Kyauktaw Station. 40. Ma Nandar Aye, daugher of Vice Senior General Maung Aye, spouse of Maj Pye Aung. 41. Maj-Gen Tha Aye (a) Thar Aye, Commander of Northwest Command, warlord, Chairman of Sagaing Division Peace and Development Council, former Commander of Coaster Region Command. 42. Maj-Gen Thaung Aye, Commander of Eastern Command, warlord, former Commander of Mong Tawng-based Military Operations Management Command 2. 43. Lt-Gen Tin Aye, Chief of Military Ordnance, member of the State Peace and Development Council, Chairman of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd, former Commander the Southern Military Region Toungoo. 44. Mr. Jackson Bain, former television reporter, lobbyist for the military junta. 45. Mr. Proshanto Banerjee, Chairman of Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL), Shwe Gas pipeline projects. 46. Officer May Koe Baw, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army 999 headquartered at Kwan Bee. 47. Mr. Michel Bénézit, President of Refining & Marketing 2006-present, Total Exploration & Production, Yadana project, France. 48. Lt-Gen Maung Bo, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 4 (Karen, Mon, Tenasserim), Ministry of Defence, member of the State Peace and Development Council. 49. Officer Daw Boe, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army 555 sawmill in Htee Ta Blu Hta village. 50. Mr. Stephen Brookes, journalist, pro-military regime. 51. Cetana, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 52. Dr. Aye Cho, Prison Doctor, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Lay 1992. 53. U Aye Cho, Managing Director, the First Automotive Co. Ltd. 54. U Pyone Cho, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Sayar Maung Thaw Ka June 1991. 55. U Tin Maung Cho, Jailer, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Win Bo, August 2000. 56. U Htay Chun, Director of the Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration. 57. Vitaly Churkin, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations. 58. Commander Kyaw Nee Doh, Karenni National Solidarity Organization. 59. Mr. Ross Dunkley, an Australian entrepreneur, The Myanmar Times, weekly paper. 60. Mr. Mikhail Fradkov, Russian Prime Minister, the second largest supplier of arms to Burmese military regime, invitation of Maung Aye's trip, April 2006. 61. U Min Gaung, former Minister of Home and Religious Affairs, responsibility for the admitted deaths of 41 arrested demonstrators who suffocated in a prison van outside Insein jail in March 1988. 62. Mr. Ross Goddard, Old Burma Road by Goddard & Howse travel service in Canberra City, Australia 2006. 63. Mr. O. Greiner, CEO, TOTAL Nederland BV at Voorburg, Netherlands.

64. U Ohn Gyaw, former bloody thug Foreign Minister, asylum in Germany, said in the video recording, "There is only one scene, the killing, in 1988 uprising.” 65. Former Brig-Gen Aung Gyi (a) Samusa Aung Gyi, number two in the Revolutionary Council after Gen Ne Win staged a coup in 1962, supporter and defender of Ne Win and the army, ordered to demolish the historical students union building in July 1962, stated that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was surrounded by communists and blamed her and her party for doing nothing, leader of United Nationalities Development Party, lost in the 1990 general elections. 66. U Mya Gyi (a) Oboe Mya Gyi, member of the committee for scrutinizing classical songs of the Myanma Radio and Tele-vision, National Literary Award winner. 67. Daw Khin Khin Gyi, pro-military junta, California, USA. 68. Lt-Col Min Han, Retd, representative of Myanmar War Veterans Organization, mass meeting July 2005. 69. U Nyunt Han, Warden, Mergui Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Gaung Shay 1992. 70. Lt-Col Than Han, Butcher of Depeyin, Rangoon-riot police chief, Preparation: Rangoon Massacre. 71. Brig-Gen Phone Zaw Han, Mandalay Mayor, Chairman of Mandalay City Development Committee, former Commander of Kyaukme. 72. Maj-Gen Moe Hein, Commandant, National Defense College. 73. Lt-Gen Myat Hein, Commander-in-Chief (Air). 74. Brig-Gen Myint Hein, Military Operations Command-3, Mogaung Station. 75. Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, Patron of Shan State (East) Women's Affairs Organization, Chairperson of Shan State Maternal and Child Welfare Supervisory Committee. 76. U Lu Hla, Chief Warden, Myingyan Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Kyaw Lwin August 1993, hero Saw El Thar May 1998 and Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Hla Khin, May 1999. 77. Brig-Gen Myo Hla, Military Attaché, Washington DC, USA, former Deputy Regional Commander, former Southeastern Command. 78. Maj-Gen Saw Hla, Provost Marshal. 79. Bodaw Teinkya Than Hla, Gen Khin Nuynt's astrologer. 80. Lt-Gen Tin Hla, Minister of Military Affairs. 81. Maj-Gen Aung Hlaing, former Deputy Minister of Defense. 82. U Kyaw Yin Hlaing, Burmese scholar of Singapore University, pro-military junta and pro-engagement academic. 83. Lt-Col Min Hlaing, Commander of No. 1 Military Intelligent Unit, death of hero Aung Hlaing Win in his custody May 2005. 84. Maj-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, Commander of Triangle Region Command, warlord, Chairman of Shan State (East) Peace and Development Council, former Commander of Western Command. 85. U Min Zeya Hlaing, Managing Director, Myanmar Millennium Group, representative in Burma of Fortinet. 86. Lt-Gen Myint Hlaing, Chief of Staff, Air Defence, former Commander of the Northeast Command, former PA to Maung Aye. 87. Pyinmana Myint Hlaing, Deputy Professor of University of Culture, The Old Composers’ Songs and Biographies Scrutinization Committee. 88. Brig-Gen Nyunt Hlaing, Military Operation Command 17, Mong Pan Station. 89. U Sein Win Hlaing, General Secretary of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of the Commerce and Industry. 90. Brig-Gen Tin Hlaing, Deputy Regional Commander, Western Command. 91. Col Tin Hlaing, former Minister of Home Affairs, relieved October 2004. 92. Maj-Gen/U Win Hlaing, Managing Director, Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 93. U Win Htway Hlaing, representative for KESCO Co.

94. Maung Yin Hmaing, ghostwriter, military junta-run newspapers. 95. Maung Pan Hmwe (a) U Hla Myint, writer, poet, Ah Chit Journals, military junta-run newspapers. 96. Ma Khin Thandar Hnin, Bago (East) Union Solidarity and Development Association. 97. Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan (a) Kyaw San, Minister of Information - Minister of Misinformation / Propaganda, mouthpiece of atrocious SPDC, the Great Liar, controlled Press Scrutiny Registration Department, said the regime will not hold any dialogue with the NLD 26 April 2006, censored / suspended / banned Ludu Sien Win in Burmese press 6 June 2006, Secretary of National Convention Convening Committee. 98. Maj-Gen Hsan Hsint, Military Appointments General. 99. Brig-Gen Thein Htaik (a) Thein Hteik, Inspector General. 100. Brig-Gen Thaung Htaik, Aungban Station. 101. Brig-Gen Than Htay, Deputy Minister of Energy, former commander of 77 Light Infantry Divisions, Pegu. 102. Maj-Gen Than Htay, Ministry of Defense, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening Management Committee Auditor. 103. Brig-Gen Thein Hteik, Military Operation Command 13, Bokpyin Station. 104. Thura Aung Htet, Director General of Protocol Department. 105. Kyaw Swa Myo Htet, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 106. U Aung Kham Hti, Chairman of Pa-O National Organization (PNO), permanent collaborator with the junta, publicly kowtowed Gen. Khin Nyunt, made all PNO members join USDA. 107. Col Khin Maung Htoo, Tactical Operations Commander. 108. U Myint Htoo, Jailer, Maubin Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Kyaw Myo Thant May 1990. 109. U Eike Htun, Managing Director of Olympic Construction Company, Deputy Chairman of Asia Wealth Bank. 110. Col Aung Lin Htut, former Military Intelligence Service, involved in the arrest and torture of political dissidents, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Burmese Embassy in Washington, monitored the activities of Burmese exiles, political asylum in USA April 2005. 111. Maj-Gen Aung Than Htut, Commander of Northeast Command, warlord, former Thandaung-based Military Combat Training School principal, former Commander of 88 Light Infantry Divisions. 112. Maj-Gen Tin Htut, Minister of Cooperatives, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening Committee, former Minister of Electric Power. 113. U Tin Htut, assistant judge of Pegu District, trial in connection with the case of Aung Than, Aung Aung Oo, Zeya Aung, and Sein Hlaing from Pegu arrested on 29 March 2006 for writing and distributing a poem titled Daung Man (the might of the fighting peacock). 114. Col Ye Htut, Managing Director, Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC). 115. Maj-Gen Sein Htwa, former Minister of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and Minister of Immigration and Population, Chairman of Myanmar National Committee for Women Affairs, former Minister of Religious Affairs, retired May 2006. 116. Lt-Gen Aung Htwe, Chief of Armed Forces Training, Chairman of Leading Committee for Observance the 61st Anniversary Armed Forces Day 2006, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 2 (Kayah, Shan). 117. Jintao Hu (a) Hu Jintao, President of China, provider of diplomatic cover, against the idea of discussing the Burma issue in the UN Security Council, the largest supplier of arms to Burmese military regime, destruction of Burma's northern frontier forests. 118. Mr.John F. Imle, president of Unocal Corp, the most stubborn US businessman, US$1.2 billion Yadana gas project in the Gulf of Martaban, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi firmly warned its role as tantamount to supporting the military junta, 16 May 1998.

119. Dr. Helen James, Australian, former Australian government advisor, sympathetic to the oppressive military regime, pro-engagement scholar, Cambridge University. 120. Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Indian President, marked the latest stage in India’s growing ties with its neighbor March 2006, supplied weapons with over 50 Indian military trucks April 2006, agreed to expand and diversify trade to $1 billion May 2006, Policy on Burma: The Indian public is supporting democratic movements for Burma but the Indian government is wrongly cooperating with the military junta. 121. Daw Kathy, master of ceremony, mass meeting July 2005. 122. Pe Kan Kaung (a) Wei Hmine Nyo (a) Hla Htay, ex-major, writer and movie propagandist for the generals, on the run at the Burmese-Chinese border. 123. U Kyi Kha, active member of National Unity Party, Daik-U Township, Pegu Division. 124. U Aung Khaing, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers. 125. U Chit Khaing, founder and Managing Director of Eden Group Co. 126. Myat Khaing, military informer, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, editor in chief of Maha/Mahar, Kyi-pwa-ye, and Good News journals, once known to be close to Minister of Rail Transportation Win Sein to the extent that his magazine became known as train magazine, has been primed at government press conference to ask leading questions and sometimes he is given questions in advance. 127. U Myint Khaing, advocate, Pabedan Township. 128. Dr. Soe Khaing, Prison Doctor, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Thein Tin February 1998, hero Hla Khin, May 1999, hero Saw Do Saw October 2003, hero Saw Sar Do Saw, December 2003 and hero Min Thu, June 2004. 129. Daw Sandar Khin, Secretariat member, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 130. Mr. Frank Kittredge, National Foreign Trade Council, the Massachusetts sanctions against Burma were overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, 5 November 1998. 131. Brig-Gen Thura Aung Ko, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Religious Affairs, CEC member of Union Solidarity and Development Association. 132. Ko Ko, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers. 133. Maj-Gen Ko Ko, Commander of Southern Command, warlord, Chairman of Pegu Division Peace and Development Council. 134. Andrei Kovalenko, Russian representative to UN. 135. Indian Air Force Commander Air Marshal S Krisnaswamy, the sale of MiG-29B/UB fighters from India to Burma. 136. Pho Kwa, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 137. Daw Kyaing Kyaing, wife of Senior General Than Shwe, the Corrupt First Lady. 138. U Jimmy Kyauk, money laundering for military officials, Fremont, California, USA. 139. Maj. Aung Kyaw (a) Aung San Myint, Shan State Nationalities People's Liberation Organization. 140. Sergeant Chit Kyaw, Prison Guard, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Win Bo, August 2000. 141. Lt-Col Khin Maung Kyaw, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry (2). 142. U Kyaw Kyaw, Director-General of Protocol Department. 143. Sergeant Maung Kyaw, Military Intelligence Unit 22, Kengtung, poisoned hero Sai Pha Than to death, October 2002. 144. Accordian Ohn Kyaw, note vocalist, Myanmar Music Asiayon, Chairman of Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development.

145. U Shwe Kyaw, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero James Nichols June 1996, hero Hla Than August 1996, hero Hla Chit March 1997, and hero Thein Tin February 1998. 146. U Tha Kyaw, Chairman of National Unity Party (pro-regime). 147. U Tun Kyaw, Vice-Chairman, Karenni National People’s Liberation Front. 148. U Tun Aung Kyaw, Chief Warden, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Lay 1992. 149. U Yin Kyaw, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister BrigGen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers. 150. Capt Zaw Win Kyaw, Interrogation Center, No. 1 Military Intelligent Unit, death of hero Aung Hlaing Win in his custody May 2005. 151. Maj-Gen Aung Kyi, Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training. 152. Daw Cho The Kyi, Executive, Union Solidarity and Development Association, Thingangyun Township. 153. U Hla Kyi, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Saw Do Saw, October 2003, hero Saw Sar Do Saw, December 2003 and hero Min Thu, June 2004. 154. Lt-Col Myint Kyi, Secretary of Yangon Division Peace and Development Council. 155. Dr. Soe Kyi, Prison Doctor, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Bo Set Yaung March 1990, hero Hse Shi October 1990, hero Sayar Maung Thaw Ka June 1991, hero Mahn Dawait July 1992 and hero U Khin Maung Myint 1993. 156. U Tun Kyi, Managing Director, Myawaddy Bank Ltd. 157. Soldier Moe Kyo, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army, raped and killed Karen women. 158. Brig-Gen Aye Myint Kyu, Deputy Minister of Hotels and Tourism, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening Management Committee Auditor. 159. Mr. Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister received his Burmese counterpart, Nyan Win, describing the two countries as brothers, April 2006. 160. Mr. Jean-François Lassalle, Vice-President Public Affairs, Total Exploration & Production, Yadana project, France. 161. U Hein Latt, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister BrigGen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, criticized media trainings sessions organized at the American Centre and British Council in Rangoon. 162. Lt-Col. Maung Maung Latt, Chairman of Movie and Video Censor Board. 163. U Tin Maung Latt, member of Board of Directors, Myanmar May Flower Bank Ltd. 164. U Tun Min Latt, USDA member, Mandalay, beaten hero Htay Lwin to death October 2005. 165. U Ko Lay, former Mayor of Rangoon, former Minister of Prime Minister’s Office. 166. Brig-Gen Aung Thein Lin, Yangon Mayor, chairman of Yangon City Development Committee, the most corrupted department in Burma. 167. U Douglas San Lin, architect, Maryland, USA, close friend of Aye Zaw Win, Tuesday real estate developer group. 168. Lt-Col Kyi Lin, Supreme Court’s director in chief, supervised a trial of Shan State Army – South, Brigade 241 fighters led by Maj Sao Khun Kyaw, February 2006. 169. Lt-Col Ne Lin, counter-intelligence department’s special unit # 1, Military Affairs Security. 170. Dr Nay Yi Yi Lin, representative of Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association, mass meeting July 2005. 171. Maj-Gen Sein Lin, Director, Ministry of Defense, former Director Ordnance. 172. Daw Thuzar Lin, representative of Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation, mass meeting July 2005. 173. Brig-Gen Wai Lin (a) Way Lin, deputy commander of the Kengtung-based Triangle Region Command.

174. Hsing Han Lo (a) Lo Hsing Han, drug tycoon, Chair of Asia World, junta's prop during the critical period after 88 coup, the big-time pusher aided by the military junta, an adviser on ethnic affairs to the military junta. 175. Lt-Col Aung Lwin, Lewe Station Commander. 176. Brig-Gen Kyaw Oo Lwin, Regional Operation Command, Tanai. 177. Lt Col Maung Aung Lwin, Ann, Western Command Commander headquarters. 178. U Myint Lwin, Charge d'Affaires, Burmese Embassy, Washington DC, USA. 179. Brig-Gen Myo Lwin, Military Operation Command 7, Pekon Station. 180. Maj-Gen Saw Lwin, Minister of Industry (2). 181. Brig-Gen/U Sein Lwin (1923-2004), 18-day President 1988, former Transport Minister, former Home Minister and former Religious Affairs Minister, Butcher of Rangoon, a notorious butcher who gave the order to shoot the demonstrating students and demolish the historical students union building in July 1962, led a bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in 1972, 1974 and 1988. 182. Thura Thaung Lwin, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Rail Transportation. 183. U Thet Lwin, First Secretary, Burmese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, declared Dr. Salai Tun Than’s passport null and void on 7 June 2006. 184. Brig-Gen Tin Oo Lwin, Commander of 99 Light Infantry Division, Meiktila, launching offensives against Karen people. 185. U Tun Lwin, executive committee member of the Dedaye Township, Union Solidarity and Development Association, Ayeyarwady division. 186. Brig-Gen Wai Lwin, Commander of Nay Pyi Taw / Kyetpyay Command, former Deputy Regional Commander of Rangoon. 187. MaungYe Htut Lwin, youth delegate of Tanintharyi Division, Union Solidarity and Development Association. 188. Ma Lin Myuu Man, Chin State Union Solidarity and Development Association. 189. Ko Aung Thet Mann, son of Gen Shwe Mann, Managing Director of Ayer Shwe Wah Company. 190. General Thura Shwe Mann, DOB: 11 July 1947, Chief of Staff, Coordinator of Special Operations (Army, Navy and Air), Ministry of Defence, member of State Peace and Development Council, 3rd in ranking, he was awarded the ‘Thura’ for bravery in action against the Karen National Union at MaeTha-Waw, Than Shwe’s man. 191. U Aye Maung, Attorney General, vice-chairman of the National Convention Working Committee, secretary of Multiparty Democracy General Election Committee. 192. U Chit Maung, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Thein Tin February 1998 193. U Chit Maung (a) Thara Maung, Chairman of Shan State Nationalities People's Liberation Organization. 194. Brig-Gen Khin Maung, Deputy Minister of Agriculture & Irrigation. 195. U Kyaw Kyaw Maung, Myanmar Central Bank Governor. 196. Maj-Gen Lun Maung, Auditor General, Chairman of National Convention Convening Management Committee. 197. Dr. Maung Maung, former President (August 19-September 17, 1988), Chairman of Burma Socialist Program Party, and Chief Justice. 198. Former Brig. Maung Maung, Revolutionary Council, architect of the Tatmadaw, CIA, USA. 199. Sinyaw Maung Maung, Film Director, two-time Myanmar Academy Award winner, pro-military junta. 200. Brig-Gen Thura Myint Maung, Minister of Religious Affairs. 201. Senior General Saw Maung, Head of the bloody mayhem State Law and Order Restoration Council 1988-1992, died in 1997, Ne Win loyalist. 202. Maj-Gen Soe Maung, Judge Advocate General.

203. U Soe Maung, Chairman of Village Peace and Development Council y, responsible for the death of hero Win Lwin from Ngapyin Village, Aunglan Township, Magwe Division during a forced labour session June 2005, threatening and intimidating the victim’s family by various means. 204. Brig-Gen Soe Win Maung, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Culture, Chairman of Work Committee for Organizing the 61st Anniversary Armed Forces Day Commemorative Poetry and Fine Arts Competitions 2006, dismissal June 2006. 205. Brig-Gen Than Maung, Deputy Commandant of National Defense College. 206. Brig-Gen Than Maung, Director of Peoples’ Militia and Frontier Forces. 207. U Zaw Maung, chairman, beat Ma Aye Aye Aung and blocked her business, Union Solidarity and Development Association, Myoma (4), Maikhtila, Mandalay Division. 208. Daw Aye Aye Maw, Executive Hmawby Township, Union Solidarity and Development Association, master of ceremony, mass meeting July 2005. 209. Maj-Gen Aung Min, Commander of Southern Command, warlord, CEC Member of the Union Solidarity and Development Association. 210. Maj-Gen Aung Min, Minister of Rail Transportation. 211. Brig-Gen Aung Myo Min, Deputy Minister of Education, Chairman of the Distribution Subcommittee for Printing and Distributing School Textbooks. 212. Brig-Gen Hla Min, Chairman, Pegu West Division Peace and Development Council. 213. Min Kyaw Min (a) U Kyaw Min, former chief editor, Myanmar news agency, advisor to former information minister Kyi Aung. 214. Col Zaw Min, Deputy Regional Commander, Southeastern Command. 215. Col Zaw Min, Minister of Electric Power 1, former Minister of Cooperatives, USDA Joint Secretary-General, organizer of the USDA journalism training course May 2006, former chairman Magwe Peace and Development Council. 216. Mr. Roger Mitton, journalist, pro-military regime. 217. Lt-Col Soe Moe, Commander, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army No. 901. 218. Ms. Elizabeth H. Moore, archaeologist, art historian, Oriental and African Studies in London, promilitary regime. 219. U Win Mra, Director-General of International Organizations and Economics Department. 220. Pranab Mukherjee, Defence Minister, India will not join other countries in pushing for democratic reforms in military-ruled Burma, June 2006. 221. Daw Mya Mya, Deputy Head of Information Department, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 222. Singer Tin Tin Mya, Assistant Director (Music), The Old Composers’ Songs and Biographies Scrutinization Committee. 223. Saw Zin Mya, Jailer/Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Hla Than August 1996 and hero Hla Chit March 1997. 224. U Linn Myaing, former Ambassador, Burmese Embassy in the USA, Burma. 225. U Aung Myint, Deputy General Manager of Myanma Sugarcane Enterprise. 226. Brig-Gen Thura Aye Myint, Minister of Sports, CEC Member of the Union Solidarity and Development Association, Chairman of Myanmar Olympic Committee. 227. Maj-Gen Aye Myint, Ministry of Defense. 228. U Aye Myint, Secretary Rangoon Division, Union Solidarity and Development Association. 229. Col Ba Myint, Director General, Prisons Department, Ministry of Home Affairs. 230. Brig-Gen Hla Myint, Deputy Regional Commander, Northeastern Command. 231. Dr Hla Myint, President, Myanmar Red Cross Society. 232. U Htay Myint, Chairman of Yuzana Company, Rangoon’s Yuzana Supermarket and Yuzana Hotel, President of Construction Owners Association, Fishing Vessel Owners Association, and Myanmar Projects Association.

233. Maj-Gen Khin Aung Myint, Minister of Culture, former Director of Public Relations and Psychological Warfare, Board Member of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 234. Daw Khin Lay Myint, Vice President of Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 235. Maj-Gen Khin Maung Myint, Minister of Electric Power 2, former Commander of Western Command, former commander of Eastern Command. 236. Daw Khin Thazin Myint, Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association. 237. Brig-Gen Kyaw Myint, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief, and Resettlement. 238. Prof. Dr. Kyaw Myint, Minister of Health, Than Shwe’s trusted minister, The Burmese health system is ranked 190th out of 190 countries by the World Health Organisation. 239. U Kyaw Than Myint, Jailer, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Mai Aik Pan, July 2002. 240. U Kyaw Swa Myint, Son of Lt-General Maung Bo, Businessman. 241. Col/U Maung Myint, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs. 242. U Michael Moe Myint, Managing Director of Myint & Associates Group Co. 243. Brig-Gen Myo Myint, Commandant Defense Services Records Office. 244. Col Myo Myint, Managing Director, Bandoola Transportation Co. Ltd. 245. U Myo Myint, Deputy Minister of Electric Power. 246. Brig-Gen Ohn Myint, Minister of Mines. 247. Maj-Gen Ohn Myint, Commander of Northern Command, warlord, Chairman of Kachin State Peace and Development Council, former commander of Coastal Command, Tenasserim Division. 248. U Ohn Myint, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Agriculture & Irrigation. 249. U San Myint, active member of National Unity Party, Daik-U Township, Pegu Division. 250. U Soe Myint, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Dr. King Sein January 1995. 251. U Soe Myint, the local commander of National Intelligence Bureau, Kalemyo. 252. Daw Thwe Thwe Myint, wife of Myanmar Ambassador to Indonesia U Khin Zaw Win, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 253. Daw Tin Malar Myint, Executive of Mingaladon Township, Union Solidarity and Development Association, representative of Myanmar workers of Mingaladon Township, mass meeting July 2005. 254. Lt-Col Tun Myint, Managing Director, the First Automotive Co. Ltd. 255. U Tun Myint, Managing Director of Asia World Co. 256. Brig-Gen Win Myint, Deputy Regional Commander, Eastern Command. 257. Brig-Gen Win Myint, Commander of 77 Light Infantry Divisions, Pegu, launching offensives against Karen people. 258. Brig-Gen Win Myint, Pyinmana Station. 259. Brig-Gen Win Myint, Rector of Defence Services Technology Academy. 260. U Win Myint, Chief Warden, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Aung Kyaw Moe May 1998, hero Saw Win August 1998, hero Mya Shwe April 1999 and hero Nyunt Zaw January 2000. 261. U Win Myint, President of Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. 262. Lt-Gen Ye Myint, Member of the State Peace and Development Council, Chief of Defence Security, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 1 (Kachin, Chin, Sagaing, Magwe, Mandalay), Ministry of Defence, former Commander of Eastern Command, former Commander of Central Command, Gen Maung Aye’s closest associate. 263. Kyaw Myint Myo (a) Myo Myint, former secret agent, counter-intelligence department’s special unit # 1, Military Affairs Security, hiding in a secret location, Thailand. 264. Chit Naing (Psychology), journalist, pro-military regime. 265. Kyaw Myint Naing, pen name in military junta-run newspapers, military intelligence officer. 266. Lt-Col Min Naing, Head of Myanmar Language Department of DSA.

267. Dr. Soe Naing, Prison Doctor, responsible for death in custody of hero Hla Chit March 1997. 268. Lt-Col Soe Naing, Chairman, Sagaing District Peace and Development Council. 269. Maj-Gen Soe Naing, Minister of Hotels and Tourism, former Commander of Southeastern Command, former Commander of Northwest Command. 270. U Tun Myint Naing (a) Stephen Law, son of Lo Hsing Han, Asia World Company, Leo Express bus. 271. Dr. Win Naing, Ph. D. Information Science, Burmese Association in Japan, advocated for the military regime. 272. Lt-Col Yan Naing, General Manager, Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. 273. U Zaw Win Naing, Managing Director, Kambawza Bank. 274. Maj. Yan Naung, LIB 599, Kyun Ping Seik army camp, tortured villagers from Kaung Ni village, Nyaunglebin District, Karen State, April 2006. 275. Kyaw Htin Nawrahta (a) Kyaw Htin Naw Ya Hta, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 276. Commander Bo Tet Net, Karenni National Solidarity Organization. 277. Brig-Gen Thura Maung Ni, Deputy Regional Commander, Southern Command. 278. Brig-Gen Hone Ngaing (a) Hon Ngai, Deputy Regional Commander, Coastal Command. 279. U Nyi Hla Nge, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science and Technology. 280. Henzada Myint Ngwe, songwriter, Myanmar Music Asiayon, Vice-Chairman of Department of Human Settlement and Housing Development. 281. Brig-Gen Tin Ngwe, Brigadier General Staff, former commander of Pyinmana-based Military Operation Command 6. 282. Col Tin Ngwe, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Progress of Border Areas, National Races, & Development Affairs. 283. U Tin Ngwe, retired teacher, active member of National Unity Party, Daik-U Township, Pegu Division. 284. Brig-Gen Soe Nwe, Military Operation Command 21, Bhamo Station. 285. Prof. Dr. Daw Than Nwe, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation working group on legal affairs. 286. Daw Than Than Nwe, wife of Prime Minister General Soe Win, President of Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 287. Maj. Win Nwe, former Eastern Rangoon District authority secretary, stated that students need to be taught harsh lessons so that they know their place April 2006. 288. Venerable Dr. Ashin Nyanissra, advocated for military regime claiming Myanmar is one of the countries with optimum religious freedom, September 2004. 289. U Aung Nyein, Managing Director, Secretary of the Committee of Printing and Publishing Enterprise. 290. U Chan Nyein, Minister of Education, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science and Technology. 291. Dr. Nyi Nyi (a) Shwe Oak Aw, New York, USA, Ne Win loyalist, former Minister of Mines, former Education Minister, ruin the education system by banning English teaching and all the subjects were translated into Burmese, only English language was in English that down graded our language skill in English for broader learning and communication with the international communities. 292. Gen Khin Nyunt, ex-third most powerful military chief, Military Intelligent Service chief, former Prime Minister, a protégé of Ne Win, the world's biggest crook. 293. U Myo Nyunt, Chairman of Township Peace and Development Council, Chairman of Township Election Commission, Madaya Township, Mandalay. 294. U Myo Nyunt, Deputy Minister of Education. 295. U Michael Myo Nyunt, Burmese-Australian, Managing Director, Worldcare (Myanmar) Co Ltd., Head office in Brisbane, Australia, the Worst Offender in Australia.

296. U Soe Nyunt (a) Bo Thannami (a) Htilar Sitthu, soldier-poet, former Deputy Minister of Information, former Deputy Minister of Culture, threatened reporters who failed to respect "journalistic ethics and the rules of sovereignty" would be killed, referring in particular to Mr. Bertil Lintner. 297. Col Thein Nyunt, Minister of Progress of Border Areas and National Races and Development Affairs. 298. Mr. Daniel O'Flaherty, vice-president of the National Foreign Trade Council, the Massachusetts sanctions against Burma were overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, 5 November 1998. 299. Mr. Kang-Hyun Oh, Chairman, President and CEO, Korea Gas Corp (KOGAS), Shwe Gas pipeline projects. 300. U Maung Maung Ohn, Chairman of Myanmar Airways International. 301. Lt-Col Tin Ohn, Chairman, Kyaukse District Peace and Development Council. 302. Brig-Gen Tin Maung Ohn, Deputy Regional Commander, Northwest Command. 303. U Tin Maung Ohn, Jailer, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Min Tun Wai, May 2005. 304. Battalion Commander Aung Kyaw Oo, Light Infantry Battalion 801, Burma Army Division 66, tortured villagers from Kaw Thay Der, Toungoo District, Karen State, May 2006. 305. U Aung Maw Oo, Jailer, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Mya Shwe, April 1999. 306. U Aung Naing Oo, Head of the Office of the Ministry of Commerce. 307. U Aung San Oo, lawsuit against her sister Daw Aung San Suu Kyi for half ownership of the house where she now lives in year 2000. 308. U Aung Shwe Oo, Foreign Correspondence, Nippon Television. 309. Maj-Gen Htay Oo, General Secretary of the fascist Union Solidarity and Development Association (USDA), Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation, former Minister of Cooperatives, former Commander of Southwest Command, stated that Burmese mountains are so high that foreign birds that have flu virus would not be able to fly over into Burma, bird flu H5N1 virus was first confirmed around Mandalay March 2006. 310. Maj-Gen Khin Zaw Oo, Commander of Coastal Region Command, warlord, former Commander of 66 Light Infantry Divisions, Prome/Inma. 311. Battalion commander Kyaw Zin Oo, Light Infantry Battalion 1, tortured villagers November 2002. 312. U Lwin Oo, Secretary of Yangon South District, Union Solidarity and Development Association, representative of USDA, mass meeting July 2005. 313. Maj-Gen Maung Oo, former Commander of Western Command, former Chairman of Rakhine State Peace and Development Council. 314. Maj- Gen Maung Oo, Minister of Home Affairs, former Commander of Military Operations Command 8, issued an order requiring political parties holding meetings to accept at least one member of the Ward Peace and Development Council to record and take minutes and photograph those meetings 7 June 2006. 315. Captain Myint Oo, threatened to kill Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in Danubyu, April 1989. 316. Lt-Col Myint Oo, chairman, local authority, making money from the sales of lands confiscated from farmers, Myawaddy District, Karen State. 317. Prof. Dr. Mya Oo, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health. 318. Corporal Myo Min Oo, Kyimyintaing Police Station, beat hero Ko Thet Naing Oo to death, March 2006. 319. Brig-Gen Soe Oo, Military Operation Command 16, Hsenwi Station. 320. U Tha Oo, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Dr. King Sein January 1995. 321. Thaung Wai Oo, soldier-writer, military junta-run newspapers. 322. Brig-Gen Thet Oo, 55 Light Infantry Divisions, Kalaw/Aungban.

323. U Thet Naing Oo, representative of Union Solidarity and Development Association, mass meeting July 2005. 324. U Thet Swe Oo, South Okkalapa Township court judge, promised Maj Win Nwe that he would let him win the case-suing student Phyo Wai Soe for sure even before the sentence is passed on the defendant April 2006. 325. Lt-Gen Thiha ThuraTin Aung Myint Oo, Quartermaster-General of the army, Minister of Military Affairs, member of State Peace and Development Council. 326. Former Brig-Gen Tin Oo (a) Lamba Tin Oo, MIS chief, popularly known as the number 1 ½. 327. Maung Tin Oo, Film Director, five-time Myanmar Academy Award winner, pro-military junta. 328. Corporal Tin Maung Oo, Kyimyintaing Police Station, beat hero Ko Thet Naing Oo to death, March 2006. 329. Dr Tin Tun Oo, medical doctor, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, owner of Thuta Swe publishing house, Secretary of the Myanmar Writers and Journalist’s Association, President of Myanmar Sports Writers Federation. 330. Kenzo Oshima, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of Japan to the United Nations, sided with China and Russia and against democracy on the Security Council on the issue of Burma, May 2006. 331. Colonel Maung Pa (a) Maung Par, Deputy Mayor of Yangon, Vice-Chairman of Yangon City Development Committee. 332. Mann Pauk Pauk, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 333. Pakkoku U Ohn Pe (a) Ohn Phay, the philanthropist, owner of One hundred lakhs tobacco treating plant, donor of the literary and education trust funds, the prizes were conferred to the award winners by former General Khin Nyunt yearly since 1992. 334. Brig-Gen Ye Chit Pe, Staff of Commander in Chief (Air), Mingaladon. 335. Mr. Morten Pedersen, Danish policy analyst, International Crisis Group, convener of research on Burma for Australian National University, former consultant with the World Bank, UN and EU, Rangoon regime apologist, vocal critic of EU and US sanctions. 336. U Ohn Phay, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Bo Set Yaung March 1990 and hero Mahn Dawait July 1992. 337. Dr. Thin Phay (a) Thinn Phay, Prison Doctor, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Dr. King Sein January 1995 and hero U Hla Than August 1996. 338. U Aung Phone, former Minister of Forestry. 339. Mr. Jean Pichon, French businessman, Myanmar Fisheries International Joint Venture Ltd, Micasa Hotel, Burma. 340. Chief Admiral Arun Pradesh met Than Shwe and discussed the Burmese Navy’s bid to upgrade its fleet with Indian technology January 2006. 341. Mr. Serge Pun, Chairman of the multinational SPA Group and Rangoon’s Yoma Bank, Pun Hlaing Golf Club, Pun Hlaing International Hospital. 342. Mr. Subir Raha, Chairman and Managing Director, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC, India), Shwe Gas pipeline projects. 343. Khun Sa (a) Chang Si-fu (a) Chang Qi fu, opium warlord, Commander of Mong Tai Army, traitor to the Shan Cause, military regime cut a deal with him for his surrender in early 1996, allowing him protection and business opportunities in exchange for retirement from the drug trade, indicted by a U.S. court in 1990 on charges of heroin trafficking. 344. Pauk Sa, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 345. U Bin Sai, Warden, Mergui Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Gaung Shay 1992. 346. Col Aung San, Managing Director, Hsinmin Cement Plant Construction Project. 347. U Aung San, Chief Warden, Mergui Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Gaung Shay 1992.

348. U Aung San, Minister of Coorperatives. 349. Mya Than San, journalist, pro-military regime. 350. Lt-Col Taik San, Assistant Director (Literature) of Defence Services Technology Academy. 351. U Win San, Warden, Mergui Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Gaung Shay 1992. 352. Mr. Shyam Saran, Foreign Secretary, India, visited Burma in March 2006. 353. U Aye Saung, village authority chairman, forced local women to join the government controlled Myanmar Women Affairs Federation, Mauklauk Village, Meikhtila Township, Mandalay Division. 354. Official Aung Myo Saw, Burmese consul in Calcutta, denied the return of Burmese fishermen at Pattalaboo Prison, India. 355. Daw Sein Sein, Thiha Thuddhama Theingi, former chairperson of Myanmar Women Entrepreneurs Association. 356. Brig-Gen Than Sein, Commandant, Defense Services General Hospital, Mingaladon. 357. Lt-Gen Thein Sein, Secretary-1 of the State Peace and Development Council, Chairman of the National Convention Convening Commission aka National Dictation, former Adjutant-General of War Office . 358. U Thein Sein, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Information, CEC member Union Solidarity and Development Association, dismissal June 2006. 359. Brig-Gen Win Sein, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Labour. 360. U Win Sein, former Railway Transportation Minister, former Minister of Culture, central executive of Union Solidarity and Development Association, planned to kill Daw Aung San Suu Kyi November 1996. 361. U Yin Sein, General Manager, Innwa Bank. 362. U Thet Shay, Chief Warden, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Mai Aik Pan, July 2002. 363. Brig-Gen Maung Shein, Commander of Western Command, warlord, Chairman of Arakan State Peace and Development Council, former Commander of Kawkareik-based Military Operations Management Command 12. 364. U Nyunt Maung Shein, Ambassador / Permanent Representative and leader of the Burmese Delegation, ILO conferences, Geneva, Switzerland, the Barbarian Diplomat. 365. Mr. Kazuyama Shimba, Japanese delegation leader, called on Maj-Gen Htay Oo, USDA SecretaryGeneral, at the headquarters of USDA, 9 January 2006. 366. U Ba Shin, Chief Warden, Thayet Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ven Arsara March 1996 and hero Myint Swe June 1996. 367. Maung Hsu Shin (a) Su Shin (a) Maung Myo Thant, journalist, Myanmar Writers and Journalists Association CEC Member. 368. Mr. Thaksin Shinwatra, Former Thai Prime Minister, mouthpiece of Burmese junta, business interest in Burma, friend of Khin Nyunt, hard stance on Burmese in Thailand. 369. Maung Pho Shoke, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 370. Maj-Gen Hla Shwe, Deputy Adjutant General. 371. Dr. Khin Shwe, President of Zaykabar Company, Chairman of National Development Company Group, Chairman of the Myanmar Hotelier Association, President of the Myanmar Construction Entrepreneurs Association, Mya Yeik Nyo Royal Hotel Group, Sedona Hotel, hired an American company, Bain and Associates Inc., of Alexandria, to promote a favorable international image of Burma, participated personally in National Convention. 372. Ma Khin Pyone Shwe (a) Pyone Pyone Shwe, daughter of Senior General Than Shwe, protector of Tycoon Tay Za. 373. Ko Kyaing San Shwe, son of Senior General Than Shwe, business with Tycoon Tay Za. 374. Col Phone Maw Shwe, Chairman of Magwe Division Peace and Development Council.

375. Senior General Than Shwe (a) Tat Choke, DOB: 2 February 1933, military supreme, Commanderin-Chief of Defence Services, Minister of Defence, Chairman of the oppressive State Peace and Development Council, the patron for fascist Union Solidarity and Development Association, former South West Commander, third place in 2006 Parade Magazine’s annual list of “The World’s 10 Worst Dictators, ” Genocide: He has stated publicly that it is the junta's aim to eliminate the 7 million-strong Karen. In ten years all Karen will be dead. You will have to go to a museum in Rangoon to see one. 376. U Than Shwe, former Minister of Prime Ministers Office, retirement August 2005, central executive of Union Solidarity and Development Association. 377. U Tin Shwe (a) Michael, Jailer, Tavoy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Than Htwe, 1990. 378. U Tin Maung Shwe, Deputy Director General, Hotels and Tourism Directorate. 379. Myo Tha Sit, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 380. Mr. Martin Smith, British journalist, pro-military regime. 381. Col Khin Maung Soe, Myaing Galay Cement Factory. 382. U Khin Maung Soe, General Manager, Myanmar Hotels and Tourism Services. 383. U Kyaw Soe, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Science and Technology. 384. Brig-Gen Myint Soe, Military Operation Command 5, Taungup Station. 385. U Myint Soe, representative of Myanmar entrepreneurs, Chairman of Myanmar Garment Entrepreneurs Association, mass meeting July 2005. 386. Daw Myint Myint Soe, wife of Minister of Foreign Affairs U Nyan Win. 387. Col/U Tin Soe, Myanmar War Veterans Organization. 388. U Tin Soe, Secretary of Yangon City Development Committee. 389. U Tun Soe, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Hse Shi, October 1990. 390. Brig-Gen Pyi Sone, former Minister of Social Welfare, Relief, and Resettlement, former Minister of commerce, former Minister at the Prime Minister’s Office, retirement August 2005. 391. Mr. George Yin Soon, chairman of Region Air Myanmar (HK) Ltd. 392. Prof. David I. Steinberg, Burma expert, Director of Asian Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, Activity: Anti-Aung San Suu Kyi’s sanction policy. 393. Zhong Su (a) Su Zhong, Vice-Chairman of the China Export and Import Bank, signed an agreement to provide Burma with a special low-interest loan worth 200 million USD 9 June 2006. 394. Lt-Col/U Hla Swe, chairman of Magwe Division War Veterans Organization Supervisory committee, urged the country to quit the UN International Labor Organization July 2005. 395. Maj-Gen Hla Myint Swe, former Minister of Transport. 396. Col Hla Thein Swe, Deputy Minister of Finance and Revenue. 397. U Khin Maung Swe, Jailer, Thayet Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ven Arsara March 1996 and hero Myint Swe June 1996. 398. U Kyaw Tint Swe, Permanent Representative to the UN, New York. 399. Maj-Gen Maung Maung Swe, Minister of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement cum Minister of Immigration and Population, Chairman of Myanmar National Committee for Women’s Affairs, former Commander of Coastal Command, former Commander of Northern Command, brother-in-law of Maung Aye. 400. Lt-Gen Myint Swe, head of the military intelligence, chief of the Bureau of Special Operations 5 and Military Affairs Security, member of the State Peace and Development Council, former commander of Rangoon Command, Than Shwe favorite. 401. U Myint Swe, warden, Tharawaddy prison. 402. Brig-Gen Phone Swe, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Home Affairs. 403. Brig-Gen Thant Swe, Bago Station Commander. 404. Maj-Gen Thein Swe, Minister of Transport, CEC Member of the Union Solidarity and Development Association, former Minister of Prime Minister’s Office.

405. Brig-Gen Tint Swe, Deputy Regional Commander, Southwestern Command. 406. Maj Tint Swe, Director of the Press Scrutiny and Registration Division, Ministry of Information. 407. U Tint Swe, Deputy Minister of Construction. 408. U Tint Swe, General Manager, Myanmar Hotels and Tourism Services. 409. Mr. Lee Tae-Yong, President and CEO, Daewoo International Corporation, Seoul, Korea, exploration of the offshore gas fields of Arakan State, Shwe Gas pipeline projects. 410. Prof. Robert H. Taylor, American, Burma Affairs researcher, a Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies in Singapore, well known as an apologist for the Burmese military regime, Burma lobbyist, Weird view 2004: State Peace and Development Council would be a good partner for the US in its war against terror. 411. Officer Pa Min Tha, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army 555 headquartered at Myaing Gyi Ngu. 412. U Soe Tha, Minister of National Planning and Economic Development. 413. U Tun Tha (a) Maung Ye Win, former Editor of the Working People’s Daily newspaper. 414. Dr. Aung Than, Prison Doctor, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Saw Win August 1998, hero Mya Shwe April 1999 and hero Nyunt Zaw January 2000. 415. Lt-Gen Khin Maung Than, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 3 (Pegu, Rangoon, Irrawaddy, Arakan), Ministry of Defence, member of the State Peace and Development Council, ex-Rangoon commander. 416. Maj-Gen Kyaw Than, former Minister of Commerce. 417. Soldier Kyaw Than, Light Infantry Battalion 540, raped villagers August 2004. 418. Daw Nyunt Nyunt Than, Director, Tourism Promotion, Ministry of Hotels and Tourism. 419. U Pe Than, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Rail Transportation. 420. Brig-Gen Win Than, Director of Procurement and Managing Director of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings. 421. Maung Thaung, ex-Colonel, Managing Director, Nawaday Hotel and Travel Services. 422. Lt-Col/U Thaung, Minister of Science and Technology, Minister of Labour, former ambassador to USA. 423. Col/U Aung Thaung (a) Kon Aung Taung (which means ask until bankrupt in vernacular), Minister of Industry (1), Secretariat member of Union Solidarity and Development Association, a personal physiotherapist of Sr Gen Than Shwe. 424. Brig-Gen Thura Sein Thaung, Officer on Special Duty, Ministry of Social Welfare. 425. Brig-Gen Aung Thein, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Information, Chairman of the Subcommittee for Printing and Distributing School Textbooks, dismissal June 2006. 426. Maj-Gen Aung Thein, Director, Resettlement. 427. U Aung Thein, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Livestock Breeding and Fisheries. 428. Maj-Gen Hla Aung Thein, Camp Commandant, Rangoon. 429. Dr. Khin Maung Thein, Prison Doctor, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Maung Maung Aye, July 1991. 430. U Khin Maung Thein, former Minister of Finance and Revenue. 431. U Kyaw Thein, deputy police chief, South Okkalapa Police Station, Rangoon Division, extortion and misused project fund, April 2006. 432. Brig-Gen Maung Maung Thein, Minister of Livestock Breeding and Fisheries. 433. Brig-Gen Min Thein, former Military Operation Command 3, Mogaung Station. 434. Brig-Gen Myint Thein, Deputy Minister of Construction. 435. Brig-Gen Thura Myint Thein, Tactical Operation Command, Namhsan. 436. U Myint Thein, Chief Warden, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Maung Maung Aye, July 1991 and hero U Kyi September 1994. 437. U Myint Thein, Director-General of the Pyithu Hluttaw Office, Joint Secretary 2 of the National Convention Convening Commission.

438. U Myint Thein, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Mines, Chairman of the Central Committee for Organizing the Myanma Gems Emporium, dismissal June 2006. 439. U Pe Thein, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transportation, dismissal June 2006. 440. U San Thein, Chief Warden, Tavoy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Than Htwe, 1990. 441. U Soe Thein, Managing Director, Myanmar Hotels and Tourism Services. 442. Vice-Admiral Soe Thein, Commander-in-Chief (Navy). 443. Brig-Gen Tin Naing Thein, Minister of Commerce, former deputy minister of Forestry. 444. U Tun Myint Thein, Jailer, Putao Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Khin Maung Lwin January 2006. 445. U Zaw Zaw Thein, judge, Twante, Rangoon Division, bribery. 446. Ma Theingi, a turncoat journalist in Myanmar Times, once a close aide of Daw Suu but now a lackey of the generals. 447. Daw Mya Theingi, wife of Transport Minister Maj-Gen Thein Swe, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 448. Brig-Gen Lun Thi, Minister of Energy. 449. U Thiha, Myawadi Trading. 450. U Soe Thin (a) Soe Thinn, a mole of SPDC in Radio Free Asia, former staff at the foreign ministry, his father is a navy officer, made jokes disrespectfully all the time about Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and U Win Tin. 451. Commander Maung Chit Thu, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army. 452. Brig-Gen Kyaw Thu, former Commander of Phugyi Station. 453. Lt-Col Kyaw Thu, 44 Light Infantry Division, raped and tortured heroine Ma Aye Mu during interrogation in Kyel Chan Village, Thayetchaung Township, Tenesserim September 1997 when he was a Maj, Unit 2 of 267 LIB. 454. U Kyaw Thu, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 455. Tekkatho Myat Thu, journalist, military junta-run newspapers. 456. Lt-Col Hla Thwin, Chairman of Pathein District Peace and Development Council. 457. Prof. Michael Aung Thwin, Asian Studies at the University of Hawaii, historian, wrote a contentious article in 2002 to argue against the Western imposition of democratic values on Burma, contending they were inimical to Burmese ease with military rule, in 2005 he endorsed the move of the capital to Pyinmana. 458. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Tin, Commandant of Shande Air Training School, Meiktila. 459. Maj-Gen Nyunt Tin, former Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation. 460. U Soe Tin, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Naing Aung Lun, September 2005. 461. Former Gen Than Tin, rushed to Ne Win’s house and informed a planned coup by Capt. Ohn Kyaw Myint in 1976. 462. Major Than Tin, secretary, local authority, making money from the sales of lands confiscated from farmers, Myawaddy District, Karen State. 463. Brig-Gen Win Tin, former Minister of Telecommunications, Post and Telegraphs. 464. U Ba Tint, Chairman, local authority, Mandalay, beaten hero Htay Lwin to death October 2005. 465. Maj-Gen Khin Maung Tint, Director of Security Printing Works. 466. Lt-Col Kyaw Tint, chairman of Rangoon West District Peace and Development Council. 467. Brig-Gen Myo Tint, Officer on Special Duty, Ministry of Transport. 468. Capt Myo Tun Tint, Military Intelligence Unit 14, guard ward, Rangoon General Hospital, impolite to visitors of hero Saw Do Saw, December 2003. 469. U Aung Toe, Chief Justice – Chief Injustice, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening Committee, Law: No guarantee of a fair public trial.

470. Brig-Gen Aung Tun, Deputy Minister of Commerce. 471. Maj Aung Yan Tun, Light Infantry Battalion 168, forced relocation of villagers from Ye Lo, Ta Pa Kee and Plo Baw Der in Toungoo district, April 2006. 472. Aye Theint Theint Tun, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation, “Daw Suu Kyi should be sent back to England,” Myanmar Women’s Day, 3 July 2005. 473. Maj-Gen Hla Tun, Minister of Finance and Revenue, trusted man of Maung Aye. 474. Prof. Dr. Daw Khin Mar Tun, General Secretary of Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 475. Maj-Gen Khin Maung Tun, Vice Quarter Master General. 476. Daw Khin Thida Tun (a) Khin Thida Htun, actress, three-time Myanmar Academy Award winner, pro-military junta. 477. U Nay Win Tun, Managing Director of Ruby Dragon Jade and Gems Co. 478. Commodore Nyan Tun, Chief of Staff (Navy), Board Member of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 479. Brig-Gen San Tun, Deputy Regional Commander, Northern Command. 480. Maj-Gen Saw Tun, former Minister of Construction. 481. Maj/U Saw Tun, former Minister of Immigration and Population, ex-navy intelligent. 482. Brig-Gen Than Tun, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Progress of Border Areas, National Races, & Development Affairs, dismissal June 2006. 483. Brig Gen Than Tun, ambassador to Italy, penetrating duties in Europe. 484. Brig-Gen Thein Tun, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry (1), dismissal June 2006. 485. Maj-Gen Thein Tun, Director of Signals, member of National Convention Convening Management Committee. 486. Col Thike Tun, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Forestry. 487. Maj-Gen Tin Tun, Director, Military Engineers. 488. U Tin Tun, Jailer, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Kyi September 1994, hero Saw Win August 1998, and hero Nyunt Zaw January 2000. 489. U Tun Tun, Senior Jailer, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Min Tun Wai, May 2005. 490. Mr. Jean-Paul Vettier, President of Refining & Marketing 1993-2006, Total Exploration & Production, Yadana project, France. 491. Commander Ker Per Wah, Karenni National Solidarity Organization. 492. Zin Waing, actor, publicly declared his allegiance to the regime during Thai-Burma border disputes. 493. Guangya Wang, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of People’s Republic of China to the United Nations. 494. Business Tycoon Maung Weik, son-in-law of Lt-Gen Myint Swe, Maung Weik & Family Company, purchase of 44 acres of Rangoon’s Hlaing Campus (formerly Regional College No. 2). 495. Chinese Prime Minister Jiabao Wen (a) Wen Jiabao, protector of Burmese military junta, Beijing’s perspective: Burma is too valuable a strategic asset for China to allow any pro-American government to be installed in Rangoon. 496. Trevor Wilson, retired Australian ambassador to Burma, sympathetic to the atrocious military generals, organized pro-engagement presentation during 2004 Myanmar Update at the Australian National University, Old Burma Road by Goddard & Howse travel service in Canberra City, Australia 2006. 497. Capt Sai Aung Win, Interrogation Center, No. 1 Military Intelligent Unit, death of hero Aung Hlaing Win in his custody May 2005. 498. U Aung Win, Chairman of Township Peace and Development Council, ordered police to arrest Win Naing, NLD, Baymet Ward, Yenanggyaung, Magwe Division 9 June 2006. 499. U Aung Ko Win (a) Saya Kyaung, tuition teacher, businessman, Kanbawza Bank, purchaser for the Shan Yoma Shopping Center in Tachilek owned by then commander Maung Aye, good relationship

with Gen Maung Aye, Myanmar Billion Group, Nilayoma Co, East Yoma Co and Kanbawza Hospital in Taunggyi, agent for London Cigarettes in Shan and Karenni states, contributed 50% of the bank's net profits (money laundering scheme) to the national football team. 500. Aung Saw Win, Director General, Bureau of Special Investigation, Military Officer running prisons and police. 501. U Aye Zaw Win, Ne Win's son-in-law, husband of Khin Sandar Win, running Nawarat Hotel, jewelry business, mobile phone business, and Golden Crown construction company, death sentence September 2002. 502. Chit San Win, journalist, pro-military regime. 503. Brig-Gen Hla Htay Win, Commander of Yangon Command, warlord, Chairman of Yangon Division Peace and Development Council, former Commander of 11 Light Infantry Divisions at Yemon, involved in the military crackdown on the 1988 protests. 504. U Htay Win, Chief Warden, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Win Bo, August 2000. 505. Brig-Gen Htein Win, Taikkyi Station. 506. Daw Kaythi Win, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 507. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Win, former Deputy Minister of Defense, dismissal June 2006. 508. U Khin Maung Win, former Deputy Foreign Minister. 509. Brig-Gen Khin Naing Win, Director Defense Industries. 510. Brig-Gen Khin Zaw Win, Khamaukgyi Station. 511. U Khin Zaw Win, Myanmar Ambassador to Indonesia. 512. Lt-Gen Kyaw Win, Member of the State Peace and Development Council, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry (1), former Tactical Operations Commander No.1 of the Eastern Military Region, former commander of Military Operation Command -12 Kawkereik, former Commander the Northern Military Region in Myitkyina. 513. Maj-Gen Kyaw Win (a) Pegu Kyaw Win, former deputy head of Office of the Chief of Military Intelligence (OCMI) under Khin Nyunt. 514. U Kyaw Win, Chairman of Myanmar Mayflower Bank Ltd. 515. U Kyaw Win, Chairman of Shwe Thanlwin Trading Co. 516. U Kyaw Kyaw Win, the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. 517. Ma Kyawt Yin Win, Sagaing Division, Union Solidarity and Development Association. 518. Maj-Gen Kyi Win, Director of Artillery and Armour, Board Member of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 519. Lt-Col Kyi Htut Win, Chairman of Myaungmya District Peace and Development Council. 520. Battalion commander Maung Maung Win, Infantry Battalion 48, forced labor December 2002. 521. Brig-Gen Mya Win, Military Operation Command 10, Kyigone Station. 522. Dr. Mya Mya Win, doctorate from Japan, teacher, Burmese Association in Japan, contributor for the military newspapers, Burma. 523. Myo Win, a lackey governed the ward on behalf of the jailer, prison number 8342/Convicted, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Min Tun Wai, May 2005. 524. Brig-Gen Ne Win (a) Nay Win, Deputy Regional Commander, Central Command, Military Assistant to State Peace and Development Council Chairman. 525. General Ne Win (a) Shu Maung (1911-2002), leader of the coup in 1962, number one in the Revolutionary Council, father of military dictatorship, Chairman of Burma Socialist Program Party, the Evil Genius, Intimidation speech August 1988: “When the army shoots, they shoot to kill.” 526. Maj-Gen/U Nyan Win, Minister of Foreign Affairs, former Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training. 527. Dr. Khin Sandar Win, Ne Win's favorite and most influential daughter, former Colonel, a key figure in supressing the 1988 uprising. 528. U San Win, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Min Thu, June 2004.

529. Brig-Gen Sein Win, Minister of Sports. 530. Guardian Sein Win, journalist, military junta-run newspapers. 531. Dr. Soe Win, Prison Doctor, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Mai Aik Pan, July 2002. 532. Prime Minister General Soe Win, former chief of staff for air defence, former Commander of Northwest Command, responsible for Depayin massacre May 2003, Than Shwe’s close ally fulfilling his dirty job. 533. U Tha Win, Joint-Secretary of Yangon Division, Union Solidarity and Development Association. 534. Brig-Gen Than Win, Regional Operation Command, Laukkai. 535. Brig-Gen Thet Win, in charge of Embassy in Australia, taking the penetrating duties. 536. Maj-Gen Thet Naing Win, Commander of Southeastern Command, warlord, Parade Commander, 61st Anniversary Armed Forces Day 2006, former Commander of Light Infantry Division 44. 537. Col/U Tin Win (a) Tin Winn, former Labor Minister, relieved October 2004. 538. Dr. Ma Tin Win, doctorate from USSR, writer, pro-military junta. 539. U Tin Win, Chief Warden, Maubin Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Kyaw Myo Thant May 1990. 540. Policeman Tin Soe Win, Daik-U, Pegu Division, brutally beat up Naing Too’s family in public on 19 March 2006 as the brutality of the fascist Japanese military police Kempetai during WW2. 541. U Tun Win, Jailer, Tavoy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Than Htwe, 1990. 542. Ye Win, pen name in military junta-run newspapers. 543. Ye Naing Win, son of Khin Nyunt, Living Color business magazine, former Director of Bagan Cybertech / Myanmar Teleport Co. Ltd., Chairman of Maykha Group. 544. Brig-Gen Zaw Win, Commander of Bahtoo Station, Principal of Combat Training School of Defense Services (Army). 545. Brig-Gen Zaw Win, Director General, Prisons Department, Ministry of Home Affairs, former Deputy Director General of Myanmar Police Force. 546. U Zaw Win, Jailer, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Khin Maung Aye 2002. 547. Ms. Ann Wrobleski, Jefferson Waterman International, lobbying firm, USA. 548. Mr. Ken Xie, Founder and CEO, Fortinet, software-based web filtering company to limit the materials Burmese citizens can access on-line, Sunnyvale, California, USA. 549. Brig-Gen Zin Yaw, Chief of Staff (Air), Board Member of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd. 550. Ven. U Yewata (a) Dr. Rewata Dhamma, senior Burmese Buddhist Monk, Dhamma-Talaka Peace Pagoda, Birmingham, United Kingdom since 1975, a turncoat monk once known as human rights abbot but later became an open apologist of the junta, pleaded on behalf of the junta at ILO conferences. 551. Brig-Gen Khin Yi, Police Chief, Myanmar Police Force, support for Burma's detained democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi has faded and her release from house arrest is unlikely to pose a threat to political stability 23 May 2006, the recent extension of the house arrest of Burma’s democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi for another year is due to the fact that she poses a threat to the security of the nation 9 June 2006. 552. Mr. Chaovalit Yongchaiyut, ex-General, former Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Sirin Technology, Union Par Co, Chaophraya & Irrawaddy, and Silom Complex are the principal companies associated with General Chaovalit, his wife Phankruea and his son-in-law Preecha Nawawong, Thailand. 553. Business Tycoon Tay Za (a) Te Za, President and Managing Director of Htoo Trading Company, Htoo Transportation Services, Ayer Shwe Wah Co, Htoo’s logging and resource extraction activities are responsible for much of the environmental degradation, sole representative in Burma of Russia’s Export

Military Industrial Group, also known as MAPO, and of the Russian helicopter company Rostvertol, the military junta's main arms buyer. 554. U Zan Zan, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers. 555. Dr Zarni (a) Zar Ni, doctorate from USA, a Fellow of Oxford University, UK, founder and former director of Free Burma Coalition, contacted with Big-Gen Than Tun, advocated for the military regime, against Washington’s pro-sanctions and pro-isolation policy, a thorn in our cause. 556. Corporal Khin Zaw, the driver, Infantry Battalion 48, raped women December 2002. 557. Maj-Gen Khin Zaw, Commander of Central Command, warlord, Chairman of Mandalay Division Peace and Development Council, former commander of Triangle Region Command. 558. Maj Khin Maung Zaw, 104 Light Infantry Battalion, when he was Second Lieutenant, Unit No. 2 of No. 267 Light Infantry Battalion, raped and tortured heroine Naw Thin Su, Kyel Chan Village, Tennasserim, September 1997. 559. Daw Khine Zaw, President of Earth Industrial Company Limited, in-law of tycoon Tay Za, a conduit for influence peddling in Burma by the Thai MPs. 560. Brig-Gen Thein Zaw, Minister of Communications, Posts and Telegraphs, Minister of Hotels and Tourism, Secretariat Member of the Union Solidarity and Development Association. 561. Deputy battalion commander Thein Zaw, Light Infantry Battalion 598, tortured villagers July 2003. 562. Col Thurein Zaw, Deputy Minister of National Planning and Economic Development. 563. Ko Zaw Zaw, Managing Director of Max Myanmar Company, son-in-law of Thein Tun. 564. U Aung Zin, Chief Warden, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Khin Maung Aye 2002. 565. Col/U Thant Zin, Managing Director, Myanmar Land and Development. 566. Dr. Thet Thet Zin, Secretariat member, Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation. 567. U Zaw Min Zin, Thakka Moe Nay Min Co Ltd. 568. Thuya Kyaw Zwa, responsible for Sagaing Massacre 1988, former chairman of Sagaing Division, former chairman of Burma Socialist Program Party, Sagaing Division. Find the closest enemy and fight. Bogyoke Aung San Burma Compatriots