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Information Sheet No. A-0032 (r)
At 06:44 AM 4/9/97, you wrote:
>From: "nyi n. lwin" <waterly@xxxxxxxxx>
>Who set the bombs?? The SLORC!!
>Again the SLORC lies public and pushes Japanese government to crackdown on
>peaceful pro-democracy organizations in Japan by accusing of a bomb mailed
>A bomb went off in Tin Oo's resident and killed his daughter on Sunday.
>The SLORC's allegation is absolutely wrong. The fact is it is very
>impossible to pass a mail-bomb-- even an anti-SLORC letter--through the post
>offices' security seek in Burma. Sine 1988, the SLORC has hired more then
>ten thousand state employees, both full time and part time positions, to
>open every letter and every percale from abroad and to abroad. They open
>anything before it is sent to the local addresses. Another five hundred
>employees have been hired to tap every overseas call. They tap every
>The aim of the SLORC's accusation the organization in Japan is to defeat
>growing anti-SLORC movements within Japan.
>The bomb that killed Lt. Gen. Tin Oo, daughter on Sunday was just set up by
>the SLORC itself. Since the top lever of the SLORC's members have been
>struggling for power, the bomb went off in Tin Oo's resident.
>Tin Oo is struggling to get No.1 secretary position to replace with Khin
>Nyunt. Tin Oo is also the baker of Gen. Maung Aye. Maung Aye is also
>struggling for the SLORC's chairman position to replace with Gen. Than Shwe.
>Gen. Khin Nyunt and Gen. Than Shwe are defending their positions. As a
>result, they are trying to assassinate each other. Therefore, the SLORC set
>the bombs at Kaba Aye Pagoda and in the Tin Oo's resident. So the SLORC has
>full responsibility for the bombs and killed the innocents.
>At 08:14 PM 4/8/97, you wrote:
>> Information Sheet
>>No. A-0032 date. 8-4-97
>> Initial investigation revealed that the terrorist bomb that
>>exploded at Lt.Gen Tin Oo's residence on the evening of the
>>6th of April 1997 was airmailed from Japan. According to the
>>information received from the on going investigation there are
>>reasons to believe that the bomb plot was masterminded by
>>some anti-Myanmar government groups within Japan which have
>>resorted to act of terrorism.
It's a good deliberation. You can point out a good reason. The bomb
blasted in an evening in Sunday. No one will wait that long to open a postal
parcel in Burma.
I wonder you know your notoriety in the SLORC media office today. The MIS
propaganda Magazine, MyetKhin Thit wrote an article condemning you in
September 1966 issue.