Since the coupon on February 1 in Myanmar, the army there has brutally tortured prisoners. The news agency AP shared this information after interviewing several people, identifying dozens of interrogation centers in Myanmar, in addition to prisons and police lockups, based on satellite images. Torture is common in the skin with pliers, rolling sticks on the shin, and rain of kicks and punches.
Soldiers in rural Myanmar twisted a young man’s skin with pliers and kicked him in the chest until he stopped breathing. Then they taunted the young man by abusing him about his mother and family. The news agency interviewed about 28 such people found that more than 9,000 people are still under investigation and testimony in recent months.
The army, known as the Tatmadaw and the police, has killed more than 1,200 people since February. Prisoners reported that most of the torture took place inside military complexes. The prisoners range from a 16-year-old girl to monks who hail from different parts of the country and different ethnic groups. They have put through to torture like kneeling on rocks and electric shocks, beatings, and rolling a rolling pin on their knees.
Systematically taken into custody
The army embarrassed a monk and forced him to walk like a frog. An accounts officer gave electric shocks and an artist was hit on the head until he faint. These people detain from across the country in a very systematic manner. The Myanmar military kidnapped thousands of such people and deliberately attacked medical workers.
Shot to Monks with rifles
The 31-year-old monk was shot, handcuffed, and beaten up with sticks and rifles while fleeing the army’s grip. Security forces kicked him in the head, chest, and back. He photographed the monk and other demonstrators with gasoline bottles to create evidence of criminal intent. The soldiers forced the monk to dress like ordinary people and sent him to the persecution center.
The very dirty environment in prisons
One prisoner says he was kept in a prison where there was no toilet. Prisoners had to urinate in a corner and pass stools in plastic bags. In these prisons, such parts of the prisoners’ attack hide by clothes. Many prisoners even awaken overnight by pouring ice water, they got electric shocks.
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