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Zaw Win, a former civil servant in General Ne Win's BSPP government, joined the National League for Democracy and the mass uprisings against the military regime in 1988. He was framed for a bombing incident and spent 10 years in prison and labour camps. He now lives in exile in Norway.
Lat Yar Tun, a cellmate of U Zaw Win and member of the ABSDF, was first arrested in 1991 and was jailed for four years in Insein prison. He was arrested again during student demonstrations in 1998, charged with high treason and was sentenced to Death. He is still detained in Tharawaddy prison.
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NORWAY, EVEN THOUGH I'M FREE I AM NOT
Zaw Win, a former civil servant in General Ne Win's BSPP government, joined the National League for Democracy and the mass uprisings against the military regime in 1988. He was framed for a bombing incident and spent 10 years in prison and labour camps. He now lives in exile in Norway.<br />
Lat Yar Tun, a cellmate of U Zaw Win and member of the ABSDF, was first arrested in 1991 and was jailed for four years in Insein prison. He was arrested again during student demonstrations in 1998, charged with high treason and was sentenced to Death. He is still detained in Tharawaddy prison.