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October 17, 2014

UNCLE PRAYUTH HELP US !!!GUILTY OR NOT WE WANT JUSTICE ! Foreign countries are not permitted to have investigators look into crimes that occur in Thailand, as that would be considered a violation of the country’s sovereignty, Police chief Pol General Somyot Pumpunmuang said yesterday.
UK police officers are to travel to Thailand to help investigate the murders of two British tourists found dead on the island of Koh Tao.-
The country’s military ruler dropped objections to accepting help in the case after being pressed on the issue by UK Prime Minister David Cameron.

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Burmese activists handing petition with 100,000 signatures calling for investigation into Thai murders on Koh Tao

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DEAR ALL MYANMAR & INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY, WE GOT 91,000 SIGNATURES. WE NEED 100,000 BY TOMORROW 17th OCTOBER 2014, FRIDAY PLEASE! PLEASE SHARE ON YOUR POST & CAN SIGN THE WHOLE NIGHT & THE WHOLE DAY TO SIGN EVERYONE!
Thanks everyone!Kindly support each other please. You can bring the foods & drinks to deliver & donate to the people who turn up for the supporting Event to get the right Justice!

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Dear All Myanmar around the World & the International Community,

We would like to invite you to join hands in hands with this unfair accusation of the murder case by Thai Police & Authority. The International and local community are now not able to trust that the two Myanmar nationals, Zaw Lin and Win Zaw Htun, have not had their confessions forced out of them or that evidence against them has not been tampered with. As such we cannot also trust that they are responsible. This being said, we demand a full independent investigation to be conducted by the government of the United Kingdom into these deaths. This is in the hope that the families of these victims may know justice has been served, and that the deaths of two more possible innocents might be avoided.

Migrant workers, particularly from neighbouring Myanmar, have been used as scapegoats for crimes in Thailand. We, “Myanmar Community from United Kingdom and the Whole World” are urging the British Government to carry out an Independently investigate the horrific murders of Hannah Witheridge and David Miller and save these two innocent Myanmar nationalities please. the Thai police have tortured Win and Saw into signing false confessions. Aung Myo Thant, a Burmese lawyer who is part of a legal team sent by the Burmese Embassy in Bangkok, has witnessed firsthand multiple bruises on the falsely accused and has been refused access to a third man in custody, Maung Maung, a friend of the accused that is being used by the police as a witness.

It has been reported that Maung Maung has been badly beaten by the police and it is both highly suspicious and clearly obvious why they won’t allow him access to a lawyer or the media.

Please kindly turn up and show your Solidarity with Myanmar Community in UK & around the World please.

For more details in solidarity; see below & sign please!
(ေအာက္ပါ link စာမ်က္ႏွာတြင္ ဆိုင္းထိုးၾကပါ။)

http://www.change.org/p/the-government-of-the-united-kingdom-independently-investigate-the-horrific-murders-of-hannah-witheridge-and-david-miller?utm_campaign=friend_inviter_chat&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=share_petition&utm_term=permissions_dialog_true&share_id=mBFtCwiJny

Demonstration details:

Date: 17th Oct 2014, Friday
Time: 12:00 – 14:00
Venue: Outside Prime Minister office, 10 Downing Street London
Yours solidarity,

Sandy Thin Mar Oo (a) Thin Sandy Oo
Chair Person of OBBF on behalf of Myanmar Community in UK & around the World
M: 074430 66001
Email; thinsandyoo@hotmail.com

Judith Naw
M: 07960124983

Ohn Mar Oo
Secretary of Burma Democratic Concern, UK
M: 0772723641

May Thet Nwe
Co-ordinator
Southampton
UK

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