Repression of the 2007 Popular Protests in Burma
December 7, 2007

Many more people were killed and detained in the violent government crackdown on monks and other peaceful protestors in September 2007 than the Burmese government has admitted. Since the crackdown, the military regime has brought to bear the full force of its authoritarian apparatus to intimidate all opposition, hunting down protest leaders in night raids and defrocking monks. This 140-page report is based on more than 100 interviews with eyewitnesses in Burma and Thailand. It is the most complete account of the August and September 2007 events to date.

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ISBN: C1918