In Myanmar, until now, the brutal army has been accusing people who have different political opinions and killing them. We believe that labeling such behavior as the lawful death penalty is not acceptable behavior in a civilized modern society. Myanmar Junta has been practicing those methods for many decades, and now it is carrying out larger numbers of killings overtly. This research report exposes how the junta defies legal procedures despite masquerading as legal behavior based on the collected data. This research report examines and summarizes how the brutal army’s methods of killing have been accumulating in various ways.
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