Video Shows Murder of Japanese Journalist by Burmese Military

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The Burmese regime has claimed that Japanese photojournalist Kenji Nagai was killed by “a stray bullet.” But amateur video obtained by a Japanese television station shows the bullet that killed Nagai was anything but a stray. Here’s the video from a YouTube excerpt of a Japanese television report. Warning: it’s rather graphic: The Times of London has more. This may prove to one of those seminal moments in the history of the impact of “information and communications technology” on world politics.


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