Friday, November 21, 2008

Prominent Monk, Others Receive Lengthy Prison Sentences

By MIN LWIN
Tuesday, November 18, 2008


Ashin Gambira, one of the organizers of a monk-led uprising that captured international headlines last year, was sentenced to 12 years imprisonment on Tuesday by a special court convened behind closed doors at Rangoon’s Insein Prison.


A source close to the leading dissident monk said that the sentence did not include all of the charges against him, and would likely be much longer once the court reaches a final decision on the remaining charges.


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