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Soe Moe, was first arrested in July 1989 for his involvement in the 1988 uprising and was jailed for 4 years. In 1996 he was arrested again for his involvement in the student protests and was sentenced to 2 years in prison. After his release in 1998 he was immediately placed under house arrest but managed to flee to the Thai-Burma border. The authorities could not find him so arrested his wife instead. He currently lives in Nupo refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border where he is awaiting resettlement to a third country.
Min Han, a poet and member of the 88 Generation Students, was arrested in November 2008 and sentenced to 11 years in prison for a range of charges related to comments he had made criticizing the military government. He is currently detained in Lashio prison.
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THAILAND: NUPO REFUGEE CAMP
Soe Moe, was first arrested in July 1989 for his involvement in the 1988 uprising and was jailed for 4 years. In 1996 he was arrested again for his involvement in the student protests and was sentenced to 2 years in prison. After his release in 1998 he was immediately placed under house arrest but managed to flee to the Thai-Burma border. The authorities could not find him so arrested his wife instead. He currently lives in Nupo refugee camp on the Thai-Burma border where he is awaiting resettlement to a third country.<br />
Min Han, a poet and member of the 88 Generation Students, was arrested in November 2008 and sentenced to 11 years in prison for a range of charges related to comments he had made criticizing the military government. He is currently detained in Lashio prison.