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To Officer-in-Charge Police Station, Bahan Township Date: May 11, 2009

Subject: Filing a case to take action (1) According to the Law Safeguarding the State from the Dangers of the Subversive Elements (the State Protection Act) Section 7, the State has imposed restrictions and arrest, under the Section 10 (A) of the State Protection Act upon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, and then continued to extend her restrictions, under the Section 10 (B)/11 of the said Law. (2) While she was under the restrictions mentioned above, an American citizen Mr. John William Yattaw entered into her compound, which is the restricted area, on November 30, 2008, at night, through the west side of the resident next to the Inya Lake by swimming. At the entrance of the compound, he met with (Daw) Khin Khin Win (father’s name U Tin Ohn) and Win Ma Ma (father’s name U Nyan Lin) and left a book, entitled “Book of Mormon” in her compound with intention for her to read. Again, at the night of May 3, 2009, he entered her compound by swimming through the Inya Lake stealthily. This time, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi allowed him to stay at her residence until the night of May 5, 2009, spoke with him and provided him food and drinks. We found that (Daw) Khin Khin Win and Win Ma Ma also helped Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s treatment of Mr. Yattaw. (3) Hence, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, who violated the restriction orders, should be charged under the Section 22 of the State Protection Act, and (Daw) Khin Khin Win and Win Ma Ma, who helped her violating the restrictions, should be charged under the Section 22/the Penal Code’s Section 109. I hereby officially file a letter of complaint to take action them.

Zaw Min Aung Lt. Colonel, Police Special Branch


Notes:
Case: Lt. Colonel Zaw Min Aung V. four including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Case Number 47, 2009 (47/2009) Witnesses: 22 Court: Rangoon (Yangon) Northern District Court (Special Sitting) Chairman: Judge U Thaung Nyunt
Member: Judge U Nyi Nyi Soe (Rangoon Western District Court)

Police Complaint: Pa 301/09 (Bahan) Accused: 1. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi 2. Daw Khin Khin Win 3. Daw Win Ma Ma 4. Mr. John William Yattaw In addition to the charges under the Section 22 of the State Protection Act and the Section 109 of the Penal Code, Mr. John William Yattaw is also separately charged with Section 28 of the Rangoon City Municipal Act and the Section 13 (1) of the Immigration Act. His additional cases are filed as “Case Number 49, 2009, (49/2009)”.


Letzte inhaltliche Änderung: 18.05.2009 15:02 Uhr