The number of political prisoners has increased exponentially since Burma's Saffron Revolution in 2007. This number, as told by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners' Aung Myo Thein, is a clear indicator of the political situation in Burma.
In this episode of DdTv, Mark and Emily travel to northern Thailand to launch Handheld Human Rights. While there, they meet with Aung Myo Thein, a former political prisoner, now working along the Thai-Burma border to help prisoners like he once was. He gives them a tour of a museum in the organization, and we hear about the horrible conditions and treatment he experienced during his 6 1/2 years in one of Burma's most notorious prisons.
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