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Suu Kyi ordered to serve 18-month sentence under house arrest

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Good man. Another Euro who believes in the death penalty. Spot on, guv.

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that stupid American who swum to her house should have been shot on sight.

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I agree, but you have to remember that there are various waring ethnic groups in and around the outskirts of the country. Except the Karen, many have made peace deals with the junta.

Moderator: Stay on topic please.

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mrbiggins, i'd be keen to hear you differentiate the Junta of Burma and Saddam Hussein and his hench men,given that you think one is guilty and worthy of liberation and by inference the other not ..

Moderator: Saddam Hussein is not relevant to this discussion.

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So in other words this is just an extension of her current imprisonment while they try to figure out more ways to keep power.

Poor woman. It's clear though that she's too much of a threat to the joke that is the Junta to be let go again.

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The junta are beastly and if any country should be liberated it is Burma, not innocent Iraq or Afghanistan.

The poor dear, confined to her home for so long, terribly sad, i feel like crying.

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This was the most ridiculous circus trial ever. Circus complete with clowns.

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it boggles me how this lady finds the will to keep going on.. She's been held captive for half her life

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18-months because someone broke into her house. Where is the justice in that?

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Meh. Her chances of being released, even without this incident, were 0%.

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Booooooo!!

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