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Myat San, former member of the Tri Color student group that provided security to Aung San Suu Kyi was first arrested in 1991 for his role in the 10D student protests and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. In 2000 he was released from prison only to be told at the gates that he was to be detained again. He was finally released in December 2005. In November 2007 he was arrested once more for his alleged involvement in the Saffron Revolution and was jailed for 3 years until his release in 2010. He continues to actively work in Burma's pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.
Nyi Nyi Oo, an NLD youth member, was arrested in July 1989 and wrongfully convicted of a bombing of a petroleum factory in Rangoon. Along with two other colleagues he was framed for the incident that was later admitted to having been carried out by the KNU. He was charged with high treason and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was eventually released from Taungoo prison under a general amnesty in October 2011.
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Myat San, former member of the Tri Color student group that provided security to Aung San Suu Kyi was first arrested in 1991 for his role in the 10D student protests and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. In 2000 he was released from prison only to be told at the gates that he was to be detained again. He was finally released in December 2005. In November 2007 he was arrested once more for his alleged involvement in the Saffron Revolution and was jailed for 3 years until his release in 2010. He continues to actively work in Burma's pro-democracy movement in Rangoon.<br />
Nyi Nyi Oo, an NLD youth member, was arrested in July 1989 and wrongfully convicted of a bombing of a petroleum factory in Rangoon. Along with two other colleagues he was framed for the incident that was later admitted to having been carried out by the KNU. He was charged with high treason and sentenced to life imprisonment. He was eventually released from Taungoo prison under a general amnesty in October 2011.