Daily Briefing in Relation to the Military Coup
Updated 7 July 2021
AAPP will not be publishing a briefing, detention, or fatality lists on Sunday’s moving forward.
As of 7 July, (897) people are now confirmed killed by this junta coup. AAPP compiled and documented (3) fallen heroes today. (1) from Kale Township in Sagaing Region was killed today and (2) from Hopin Town in Kachin State and Kawlin Township in Sagaing Region were killed on previous days and documented today. This is the number verified by AAPP, the actual number of fatalities is likely much higher. We will continue adding as and when.
As of July 7, a total of (5120) people are currently under detention. (246) people have been sentenced in person, of them 26 have been sentenced to death (incl. 2 children). 1963 are evading arrest warrants. 118 people have been sentenced in absentia, of them 39 sentenced to death in absentia. Total 65 sentenced to death, in person and absentia. We are also continuing to verify the recently released detainees.
In the morning of July 7, Aye Min, from Pauk Khone village, Kale Township in Sagaing Region, was shot dead in the head by terrorist junta’s troops who came into Hto Mar Village near Kale Town where Aye Min worked in a rice mill as a carpenter. On the night of July 6, Ba Gyan, a civilian who was returning home from a farm by driving an Ox cart in Ywar Thit Gyi village in Hopin Town, Kachin State, was shot dead in the back after being accused of not stopping his cart. In the morning of July 5, Thay Thay, a civilian, was shot in the stomach by junta troops and died on spot when she was on the bike with her son at Kawlin Township in Sagaing Region.
Chit Min Hlaing, a citizen journalist based in Pakokku City, Sagaing Region, who was arrested and charged under Section 505(a) of the Penal Code in April, was sentenced to three years imprisonment on July 6. In addition to this, Poet Thway Nay a.k.a Nay Linn Htet from Tada-U Town in Mandalay Region, was sentenced to three years imprisonment under Section 505(a) of the Penal Code. Poet Thway Nay was shot and arrested when he drove protesters with his motorbike when the terrorist junta cracked down on a protest in Mandalay on March 27.
AAPP will continue to keep you informed of verified daily arrests, charges, sentences and fatalities in relation to the attempted coup, and update our lists to the details of these alleged offences. If you receive any information about detentions of, or charges against CSO leaders, activists, journalists, CDM workers, other civilians and fallen heroes in relation to the military and police crackdown on dissent. Please submit to the following addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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