Arrested Offenders Adjudicated by Military Tribunal and Given Respective Sentences

The following offenders who committed the acts of terrorism and were in contact with the associations declared as terrorist groups by the Anti-Terrorism Central Committee were prosecuted under military tribunal and sentenced to ‘life imprisonment’ under Sections 50 (I), 50 (A) and 50 (J) of Counter Terrorism Law on 30 December:

· Six offenders, Yamin Htet, Aung Naing Oo (aka) Osama, and Myo Myint Than (aka) Thaylay (aka) Linyone living Hlaingthaya township, and Nanda Aung Lin (aka) Louis, Phyo Ko Ko San (aka) Ko Pauk and Nay Aung Lwin (aka) Nay Gyi living in North Okkalapa township for contacting with the associations declared as terrorist groups by the Anti-Terrorism Central Committee; and collecting donation cash to support the groups; taking explosive trainings in the area of EAO; participating in the terrorist attacks in Yangon region, doing as an in-charge  of extortion money; arms trading; arms possession; and conducting explosions.

· Htet Shar (aka) Bar Bar and Win Thura (aka) Thura, residents of Ywarma Anout ward of Insein township and Khant Win Tun (aka) Kyaw Kyaw, resident of Angyi ward of Dala township for blowing up the telephone communication towers, school buildings, government departments and factories as well as killings of administrative officials.

· The nine offenders mentioned above were prosecuted and adjudicated by Military Tribunal of Martial Law and reportedly sentenced to the penalty of ‘life imprisonment’ under Sections 50 (I), 50 (A) and 50 (J) of Counter-Terrorism Law.

23 types of crimes to be adjudicated by Military Tribunal in the townships under Martial Law order has been released as an appendix and effective and prompt legal actions reportedly have been taken against those who committed the crimes.

  • The nine offenders who took explosive trainings in the area of EAO, blew up, government departments and factories as well as killings of administrative officials were prosecuted and adjudicated by Military Tribunal of Martial Law and reportedly sentenced to the penalty of ‘life imprisonment’ under Sections 50 (I), 50 (A) and 50 (J) of Counter-Terrorism Law.