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DVB videojournalist gets 13 years

A senior reporter for the Democratic Voice of Burma has been sentenced to 13 years’ in prison on a raft of charges, including violation of Burma’s notorious Electronics Act.

Until his arrest in April last year, Maung Maung Zeya had led a team of video journalists (or VJs) that smuggled footage out of the country to the Oslo-based DVB. His sentencing follows less than two months after that of his son, Sithu Zeya, also a DVB reporter who had been with his father when they were arrested last year.

Read the rest of this article at the Democratic Voice of Burma.

By | 2011-02-07T17:21:47+00:00 February 7th, 2011|Categories: Random Posts|Comments Off on DVB videojournalist gets 13 years
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