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Eibar, a member of the Tri-Color student group who provided security for Aung San Suu Kyi, was first arrested in November 1990, charged with causing unrest and sentenced to 3 years with hard labour. Following his release in 1993 he was interviewed by an Australia's ABC network that in 1996 was broadcast in a television documentary. He was subsequently arrested and sentenced to 7 years. He was released in 2002 and fled to the Thai-Burma border. He has since been re-settled to Australia.
Honney Oo, a final year law student, was arrested in October 2007 for her involvement in the Saffron Revolution. She was charged with re-forming the ABFSU, for having spoken with foreign media on the telephone and for participating in protests. She was sentenced to 9 years and is currently in Lashio prison.
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Eibar, a member of the Tri-Color student group who provided security for Aung San Suu Kyi, was first arrested in November 1990, charged with causing unrest and sentenced to 3 years with hard labour. Following his release in 1993 he was interviewed by an Australia's ABC network that in 1996 was broadcast in a television documentary. He was subsequently arrested and sentenced to 7 years. He was released in 2002 and fled to the Thai-Burma border. He has since been re-settled to Australia.<br />
Honney Oo, a final year law student, was arrested in October 2007 for her involvement in the Saffron Revolution. She was charged with re-forming the ABFSU, for having spoken with foreign media on the telephone and for participating in protests. She was sentenced to 9 years and is currently in Lashio prison.