“We went to see them in Bang Kwang around 8:30am and left around 11am – both were in good health with a high morale,” said an embassy delegate.
Forensic police who examined blood stains found on a Burmese man said they matched the DNA of two homeless people found murdered in Thailand earlier this month.
The victim, a young woman, was allegedly murdered by her lover, an air force serviceman, in Okshitpin town on 30 September.
The sentence was a rare instance of Burma Army personnel being held accountable for committing atrocities against civilians, but relatives of the victims say they’re not satisfied.
Police Staff-Sergeant Ye Thiha was fatally stabbed in the chest on 8 September during a neighbourhood watch programme.
According to Burmese police, a 56-year-old suspect named Yo Sein confessed yesterday that he killed Ma Shwe Yi Cho when she refused to marry him, then also slashed the children…