Demanding justice in the case of Kachin villager Sumlut Roi Ja

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altWe are writing to demand justice in the case of Kachin villager, Sumlut Roi Ja, aged 28, who has disappeared since being arbitrarily arrested by the Burma Army.

On October 28, 2011, Sumlut Roi Ja was arrested by Burma Army soldiers while farming near her village Hkai Bang, Momauk township, close to buy no prescription tramadol the China border. Her husband and viagra uk cheap father-in-law witnessed her being forced at gunpoint to carry corn to their camp, an outpost of Battalion 321 at Mubum. She was seen at the camp by several witnesses, but has since disappeared.  

Even though Sumlut Roi Ja’s husband attempted to bring legal proceedings against the cialis pfizer canada troops responsible, on 23 February, 2012, the Naypyidaw Supreme Court dismissed the case for lack of evidence.  Sumlut Roi Ja’s husband was not permitted to speak at the trial, and the judge based his ruling entirely on the testimony of the military defendants.  Falsehoods in the judge’s report included the claim that the case was never reported to local officials. In fact, a week after the cheap cialis sale online arrest, Sumlut Roi Ja’s father-in-law had written appeal letters to the Kachin State Chief Minister, the Bhamo District governor and the Burma Army Battalion 321 commander.


This blatant perversion of justice brings shame on your government, and the independence of viagra seizures your judicial system. We therefore urge you to www.pjr.com immediately authorize a re-trial of this case, to ascertain what has happened to Sumlut Roi Ja, and bring to justice those responsible for her arrest and disappearance.

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Open letter to President Thein Sein-English

Open letter to President Thein Sein-Burmese


Case report from Judge - English

 
Case report from Judge - Burmese

Copy of letter from Sumlut Roi Ja_s father-in-law to Kachin State Minister - English

Copy of letter from Sumlut Roi Ja_s father-in-law to Kachin State Minister - Burmese


Details of the arbitrary arrest and disappearance - English


Details of the arbitrary arrest and disappearance - Burmese

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