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Old 09-28-2007, 01:07 PM   #1
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http://news.independent.co.uk/world/...cle3007114.ece

Shot dead trying to show the real picture of Burma

Images suggest that Japanese video journalist was a victim of Burma's repressive junta

By Claire Soares

Published: 28 September 2007





Shot dead trying to show the real picture of Burma


Dodging the bloodstained sandals and the panic-stricken masses who fled troops near Sule Pagoda in the centre of the Burmese capital Rangoon yesterday, Kenji Nagai kept his camera rolling, recording vital footage of Burma's closed society and providing a lifeline to the outside world for the protesting monks and civilians who were risking their lives for much-needed change.
Then, in one dreadful moment, the Japanese video journalist took a bullet in the chest almost certainly from the gun of a Burmese soldier.
We cannot be certain of the exact circumstances in which Mr Nagai died, but a series of pictures appears to suggest he was callously gunned down, a victim of the repressive junta who are almost as keen to quell the worldwide media coverage of the protests as they are to quell the protests themselves. Burmese state television has been running news bulletins accusing global broadcasters of pumping out a "Skyful of lies".
It fell to Mr Nagai's father to identify his son, who was working for the Japanese news agency APF News, from photos and videos taken in the street where he was killed. Japan has lodged a protest with the Burmese authorities. Mr Nagai was one of at least nine people known to have been killed in Rangoon yesterday. There may have been more. It seems unlikely that they will have been the last.
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Old 09-28-2007, 04:38 PM   #2
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funny that theres is a organisation called the United Nations which was created to deal with issues like the one in burma. have they even said anything about it?? the world doesnt care, burma has no energy sources, it has no gold or diamond mines. this is jus another example of how useless the UN is.
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