Thailand issues arrest warrants for 7 people for masterminding drug trafficking including dkba kayin rebel warlord Saw Lah Pwe (Bo Nha Khan Mwe) who masterminded to import 3.45tons of drugs into Thailand and 6 others.
Thailand’s arrest warrants for Saw Lah Pwe for masterminded drug trafficking is not enough, its shortcoming is very obvious.
Whatever arms and weapons Karen terrorists used were illegal arm and weapons..
Saw Lah Pwe is terrorist who bought illegal arms and weapons in Thailand, he was a criminal to be arrested by INTERPOL.
Whatever attacks Karen Terrorists made were criminal acts.
Saw Lah Pwe is terrorist who attacked Myawaddy town residents, he was a criminal to be arrested by INTERPOL.
Furthermore, these warlords are multitasking in the following fcukin businesses:
narcotic drug producers
illegal arm traders
unlawful log exporters
drug narcotic traffickers
power plant bombers
pro splitters breakawayers
these idiots deserve lethal injection, even in U.S
IT IS ALSO TIME TO PUNISH KIA/KIO TERRORISTs.AND THEIR MULT-TASKING BUSINESSES.
TIME TO BRING THESE CRIMINAL BACK TO JUSTICE.
KIA/KIO TERRORISTS KILLED INNOCENTS . . . . . .
NOTORIOUS KIA/KIA CHILD SOLDIERS & KIA MINES THAT KILLED
One innocent injured by KIA MINE PLANTED BY KIA CHILD SOLDIER.
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30148242.html Big drug busts continue By The Nation Published on February 9, ... 92 suspected drug dealers and 31 people with drug arrest warrants out for them. .... the suspect reportedly got from two Karen people over the border, .... from Myanmar and Laos before bringing the drugs to Thailand via the ...
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the Thai security outlook is focused on non-traditional security (NTS) issues, largely ... and focuses on migration, drugs production and trafficking, nuclearisation, internal ... Thailand is host to more than two million Burmese/ Myanmar migrant workers, mostly Karen and Shan but virtually include all of the major ethnic groups.
Thai Officials Step Up Drug War, Institute Death Penalty; Thai, Myanmar Forces ... that "Thai authorities said they were going to concentrate on drug dealers, [but] ... into the issue last August, but that panel also failed to gather enough evidence to ... attention to former convicts and drug suspects who have had arrest warrants ...
8 Apr 2009 – The Burmese or Myanmar armed forces (Tatmado in Burmese) ... of students from ethnic minorities (Shan, Karen, Kachin and others). .... Another major group, the Shan (Thai Yay) Mong Tai Army, headed by the famous drug dealer and ... both: a successful heroin dealer with a group of U.S. arrest warrants ...
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2000, principally from Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia; perhaps 90 per cent of .... http://kyotoreview.cseas.kyoto-u.ac.jp/issue/issue0/article_76.html [accessed June 2004] .... 19 Special Report: Extrajudicial Killings of Alleged Drug Dealers in Thailand, ..... A man belonging to the Karen ethnic minority rebels arrested for murder and drug trafficking...
Bago Division as well as troubles of local people caused by racism, power struggle and bullies among KNU insurgents and terrorist acts such as massacres, setting of fire and planting of mines by KNU.
The present commander of KNU brigade-2 which is now moving about in some far flung areas of Southern Command is Ah Si, son of KNU vice-chairman Tamalar Baw. Previously, the KNU brigade-2 commander was Baw Ni who died of malaria in February 1992. After his death, KNU brigade-2 followers wished Baw Ni s elder son KNU brigade-2 battalion-6 commanding officer Steel Bar to become the brigade-2 commander. Likewise, Gayba / Bwe Kayin nationals residing in the area wished Steel Bar to become brigade-2 commander as he is also a native.
However, in view of strengthening and expanding his power, KNU vice-chairman Tamalar Baw appointed his son Ah Si as brigade-2 commander. Moreover, Ah Si, out of racism, always favoured Paku Kayin nationals. Thus, local Gayba / Bwe Kayin nationals were not satisfied with it. Since then, power struggles, forming cliques, tortures, bullying, finding faults and killings took place within the brigade-2.
Using power, intimidation and coercion, Ah Si made efforts to bolster his power. He plotted to get rid of Baw Ni s sons and followers. First, he accused Baw Ni s younger son Jiji who was performing duties as office head at brigade-2 for having an affair with a nurse, dismissed him and put him under detention.
Moreover, Ah Si threatened and coerced those villagers who were assumed as followers and relatives of Baw Ni family not to live in the area. For example, Ah Si killed five Kayin nationals of Sidawkho village, Htantabin Township in order to supress the people of the village. Hence, the local people fled to safe places and towns and villages where their relatives resided. Furthermore, Ah Si misappropriated a large sum of extortion money as well as funds and aids provided by NGOs. Although the KNU (central) knew the malpractices of Ah Si, it ignored his misdeeds due to the influence of Tamalar Baw.
For revealing the misdeeds of Ah Si and ignorance of KNU (central), the late brigade-2 commander Baw Ni s wife Daw Naw Hilda lodged a complaint at the KNU (central). Then, the KNU (central) could no longer remain indifferent and recalled Ah Si to the central in January 2005 temporarily to settle the case. In the absence of Ah Si, KNU brigade-2 battalion-6 commanding officer Steel Bar rescued his younger brother Jiji from detention. When Ah Si returned from the central, he tried to take action against Steel Bar. Then, Steel Bar and Jiji made arrangements to return to the legal fold on one hand and to fight back Ah Si on the other. However, Ah Si knew the plot and pursued to kill Steel Bar and Jiji who fled to KNU (central). District secretary Phado Taw Ni who helped Steel Bar and Jiji to flee to KNU (central) was afraid of Ah Si s fury. Thus, Phado Taw Ni brought along his family and fled to KNU (central).
Under these circumstances, many KNU members got divided and demoralised and they attempted to surrender and escape. To prevent followers from returning to legal fold, Ah Si sent families of KNU members to the border and kept them as refugees. In this way, he had been able to prevent KNU members from returning to the legal fold. On the other hand, he shouted at the top of his voice that the people fled to the border refugee camp from the danger of Tatmadaw s attacks. In this way, he tried to take political advantage and obtain foreign aids and funds.
Now, Steel Bar and Jiji could no longer stay with KNU brigade-2 and they are taking refuge at other KNU units, it is learnt. Relying on arms and his father, Ah Si bullied others. Thus, he was not given administrative and military duties. He was given only military duty and lt-col Saw Naw was given administrative duty. However, Saw Naw was just nominal and Ah Si manipulated the affairs. Hence, Saw Naw left for KNU (central) since April this year on the ground of receiving medical treatment.
Hence, there were many insurgents from KNU brigade-2 who surrendered and some were absent without leave and fled. Some KNU members dare not surrender or flee as their families are kept at refugee camp as hostages. Likewise, the national people of those villages fled to safe urban areas and villages along the railroad and motor road where their relatives reside.
This Thabyay Nyunt village was set up for those KNU members who have returned to the legal fold and the Kayin nationals who have fled. The village is facilitated well in accordance with the five rural development tasks. The village has a high school (branch) and rural dispensaries. In addition, low-cost housing project is implemented for the convenience of those who have surrendered.
Arable lands, cattle and farm implements are also provided for the villagers to undertake agriculture. Hence, KNU brigade-2 set the village on fire twice with the belief that it was where the former KNUs who surrendered or deserted reside, where the Kayin villagers who defied and fled reside. The demages and scars inflicted by the KNU atrocities on this village can yet be seen now. In addition, KNUs set fire to Mwaydaw and Kyaungpya villages in the surrounding areas. Here are those villagers who fled from torture and bullies of Ah Si and KNU brigade-2 insurgents, those former KNUs who surrendered due to racial discrimination, control of family members of KNUs as hostages and terrorist acts of Ah Si, as well as the people from surrounding villages who had time and again suffered KNU atrocities such as planting of mines, massacres, setting of fire, etc. You journalists can interview them.
Ah Si is opposed to peace talk and negotiation between the Government and KNU. He is always in favour of war and he has been collecting extortion money, bullying the people, misappropriating funds and seeking his own interest by taking advantage of the regional instability. As Ah Si does not wish peace he is in favour of war, he committed terrorist acts in succession in Bago, Nyaunglebin, Toungoo and surrounding areas to harm the stability. Some of his terrorist acts were the explosion in the Penwegon market on 2-11-2005; the explosion in front of No 1 State High School in Bogo on 3-1-2006; the blowing up of power grid-254 on 12-1-2006; the explosion on the north of Toungoo station on
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