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Aung Thu, a former member of the ABFSU was arrested in 1990 and charged with unlawful association with the student lead army the ABSDF. He spent two years in Insein prison. After his release he helped his colleague Win Naing Oo publish the book "Cries From Insein" about life in the notorious prison. He then had to flee and claimed asylum in Germany in 1996 where he is now President of the Burma Bureau.
Maung Maung Myint, a student activist, was arrested in 2003 charged with contacting outlawed organisations in exile and writing a declaration with the intent of creating political unrest. He was sentenced to Life in prison. He is currently detained in Insein prison.
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Aung Thu, a former member of the ABFSU was arrested in 1990 and charged with unlawful association with the student lead army the ABSDF. He spent two years in Insein prison. After his release he helped his colleague Win Naing Oo publish the book "Cries From Insein" about life in the notorious prison. He then had to flee and claimed asylum in Germany in 1996 where he is now President of the Burma Bureau.<br />
Maung Maung Myint, a student activist, was arrested in 2003 charged with contacting outlawed organisations in exile and writing a declaration with the intent of creating political unrest. He was sentenced to Life in prison. He is currently detained in Insein prison.