Friday, September 7, 2007
Enemies of Burmese Revolution
Release to Public
27 May 2006
Update 19 June 2006
1. U Be Aung, Manager, Myanmar Segal International Ltd.
2. Maj Hla Myo Aung, Commander of Infantry Battalion 68, killed 5 soldiers of Kachin Independence
Army, Nam Hkam Township, Shan State, February 2006.
3. Capt/U Htay Aung, Director General, Hotels and Tourism Directorate.
4. Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung, Military Operation Command 8, Tavoy Station.
5. Brig-Gen Kyaw Aung, Southern Military Region, Toungoo Station Commander.
6. Maj-Gen Kyi Aung, former Minister of Culture, retired May 2006.
7. U Maung Aung, former Deputy Minister, Ministry of Immigration and Population, retired May 2006.
8. Captain Min Thu Aung, Military Intelligence Unit 22, Kengtung, poisoned hero Sai Pha Than to death,
9. Mot Mot Myint Aung, actress, four-time Myanmar Academy Award winner, pro-military junta.
10. Brig-Gen Myint Aung, Military Attaché, Burmese Embassy in Malaysia.
11. Col Myint Aung, Managing Director, Myawaddy Trading Co.
12. Maj-Gen Thura Myint Aung, Commander of Southwest Command, warlord, Chairman of Ayeyawady
Division Peace and Development Council, former commander of Southeastern Command, Mon State.
13. U Myo Myint Aung (a) Setkya Aung Pwint Gaung (a) Sayar Lay, astrologer of the Ne Win family.
14. Maj. Nay Myo Aung, second in command, Light Infantry Battalion 801, 66 Light Infantry Divisions,
tortured villagers from Kaw Thay Der, Toungoo District, Karen State, May 2006.
15. Col Nyan Tun Aung, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport.
16. U Pan Aung, Minister of Energy.
17. Dr. Phyo Wai Aung, Prison Doctor, Tharawaddy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero U Kyi
18. Col San Aung, Deputy Strategist, Northwest Command, Chin State.
19. Sergeant San Aung, Light Infantry Battalion 349, under Column-2 Commander Soe Tint, committed
rape against E-kyu-kee villager in Dweh-loe Township, Papun District, 6 February 2006.
20. U Than Aung, former Minister of Education, termination of the duty August 2005.
21. U Than Htut Aung, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-
Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, chief executive officer of the weekly Eleven
22. Brig-Gen Than Tun Aung, Regional Operation Command, Sittwe Station.
23. Battalion commander Thet Htun Aung, Light Infantry Battalion 3, tortured villagers September 2002.
24. Brig-Gen Thein Aung, Minister of Forestry.
25. Maj Thein Htun Aung, Director General of the Department of Myanmar Motion Picture, Ministry of
Information, former Secretary, Board of Video Censor, Myanmar, issued the banning orders including
Ko Zargana May 2006.
26. Brig-Gen Tin Tun Aung, 33 Light Infantry Divisions, Sagaing.
27. Dr. Tun Nay Aung, un-ethical medical physician, Pyapon hospital, Irrewaddy Division.
28. Brig-Gen Win Aung, Mong Hsat.
29. U Win Aung, former Foreign Minister, published a number of articles in The New Light of Myanmar
under the pen name Si Thu Nyein Aye critical of the NLD and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi.
30. U Win Aung, Warder of Block-3, notorious Rangoon Insein jail, extorting money and torturing
31. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye, Meiktila Station Commander.
32. Brig-Gen Khin Maung Aye, Tactical Operation Command, Kale, Sagaing Division.
33. U Khin Maung Aye, former Supreme Court Judge, dismissal June 2006.
34. Vice Senior General Maung Aye, DOB: 25 December 1937, Vice Chairman of State Peace and
Development Council, Deputy Commander-in-chief of Defence Services, Commander-in-chief (Army),
former Commander of Eastern Command, Butcher of Dooplaya.
35. U Maung Aye, Jailer, Tavoy Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Than Htwe, 1990.
36. Col Maung Maung Aye, Managing Director, Sin Min Cement Factory, Kyaukse.
37. Lt-Col/U Maung Maung Aye, Chairman Myanmar Brewery Ltd, Union of Myanmar Economic
38. Policeman Min Aye, Daik-U, Pegu Division, brutally beat up Naing Too's family in public on 19 March
2006 as the brutality of the fascist Japanese military police Kempetai during WW2.
39. Brig-Gen Myint Aye, Military Operation Command 9, Kyauktaw Station.
40. Ma Nandar Aye, daugher of Vice Senior General Maung Aye, spouse of Maj Pye Aung.
41. Maj-Gen Tha Aye (a) Thar Aye, Commander of Northwest Command, warlord, Chairman of Sagaing
Division Peace and Development Council, former Commander of Coaster Region Command.
42. Maj-Gen Thaung Aye, Commander of Eastern Command, warlord, former Commander of Mong
Tawng-based Military Operations Management Command 2.
43. Lt-Gen Tin Aye, Chief of Military Ordnance, member of the State Peace and Development Council,
Chairman of Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd, former Commander the Southern Military
44. Mr. Jackson Bain, former television reporter, lobbyist for the military junta.
45. Mr. Proshanto Banerjee, Chairman of Gas Authority of India Ltd. (GAIL), Shwe Gas pipeline projects.
46. Officer May Koe Baw, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army 999 headquartered at Kwan Bee.
47. Mr. Michel Bénézit, President of Refining & Marketing 2006-present, Total Exploration & Production,
Yadana project, France.
48. Lt-Gen Maung Bo, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 4 (Karen, Mon, Tenasserim), Ministry of
Defence, member of the State Peace and Development Council.
49. Officer Daw Boe, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army 555 sawmill in Htee Ta Blu Hta village.
50. Mr. Stephen Brookes, journalist, pro-military regime.
51. Cetana, pen name in military junta-run newspapers.
52. Dr. Aye Cho, Prison Doctor, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Lay 1992.
53. U Aye Cho, Managing Director, the First Automotive Co. Ltd.
54. U Pyone Cho, Jailer, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Sayar Maung Thaw Ka June
55. U Tin Maung Cho, Jailer, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Win Bo, August
56. U Htay Chun, Director of the Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration.
57. Vitaly Churkin, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United
58. Commander Kyaw Nee Doh, Karenni National Solidarity Organization.
59. Mr. Ross Dunkley, an Australian entrepreneur, The Myanmar Times, weekly paper.
60. Mr. Mikhail Fradkov, Russian Prime Minister, the second largest supplier of arms to Burmese military
regime, invitation of Maung Aye's trip, April 2006.
61. U Min Gaung, former Minister of Home and Religious Affairs, responsibility for the admitted deaths of
41 arrested demonstrators who suffocated in a prison van outside Insein jail in March 1988.
62. Mr. Ross Goddard, Old Burma Road by Goddard & Howse travel service in Canberra City, Australia
63. Mr. O. Greiner, CEO, TOTAL Nederland BV at Voorburg, Netherlands.
64. U Ohn Gyaw, former bloody thug Foreign Minister, asylum in Germany, said in the video recording,
"There is only one scene, the killing, in 1988 uprising."
65. Former Brig-Gen Aung Gyi (a) Samusa Aung Gyi, number two in the Revolutionary Council after Gen
Ne Win staged a coup in 1962, supporter and defender of Ne Win and the army, ordered to demolish the
historical students union building in July 1962, stated that Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was surrounded by
communists and blamed her and her party for doing nothing, leader of United Nationalities
Development Party, lost in the 1990 general elections.
66. U Mya Gyi (a) Oboe Mya Gyi, member of the committee for scrutinizing classical songs of the Myanma
Radio and Tele-vision, National Literary Award winner.
67. Daw Khin Khin Gyi, pro-military junta, California, USA.
68. Lt-Col Min Han, Retd, representative of Myanmar War Veterans Organization, mass meeting July
69. U Nyunt Han, Warden, Mergui Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko Gaung Shay 1992.
70. Lt-Col Than Han, Butcher of Depeyin, Rangoon-riot police chief, Preparation: Rangoon Massacre.
71. Brig-Gen Phone Zaw Han, Mandalay Mayor, Chairman of Mandalay City Development Committee,
former Commander of Kyaukme.
72. Maj-Gen Moe Hein, Commandant, National Defense College.
73. Lt-Gen Myat Hein, Commander-in-Chief (Air).
74. Brig-Gen Myint Hein, Military Operations Command-3, Mogaung Station.
75. Daw Kyu Kyu Hla, Patron of Shan State (East) Women's Affairs Organization, Chairperson of Shan
State Maternal and Child Welfare Supervisory Committee.
76. U Lu Hla, Chief Warden, Myingyan Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Kyaw Lwin August
1993, hero Saw El Thar May 1998 and Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Hla Khin,
77. Brig-Gen Myo Hla, Military Attaché, Washington DC, USA, former Deputy Regional Commander,
former Southeastern Command.
78. Maj-Gen Saw Hla, Provost Marshal.
79. Bodaw Teinkya Than Hla, Gen Khin Nuynt's astrologer.
80. Lt-Gen Tin Hla, Minister of Military Affairs.
81. Maj-Gen Aung Hlaing, former Deputy Minister of Defense.
82. U Kyaw Yin Hlaing, Burmese scholar of Singapore University, pro-military junta and pro-engagement
83. Lt-Col Min Hlaing, Commander of No. 1 Military Intelligent Unit, death of hero Aung Hlaing Win in
his custody May 2005.
84. Maj-Gen Min Aung Hlaing, Commander of Triangle Region Command, warlord, Chairman of Shan
State (East) Peace and Development Council, former Commander of Western Command.
85. U Min Zeya Hlaing, Managing Director, Myanmar Millennium Group, representative in Burma of
86. Lt-Gen Myint Hlaing, Chief of Staff, Air Defence, former Commander of the Northeast Command,
former PA to Maung Aye.
87. Pyinmana Myint Hlaing, Deputy Professor of University of Culture, The Old Composers' Songs and
Biographies Scrutinization Committee.
88. Brig-Gen Nyunt Hlaing, Military Operation Command 17, Mong Pan Station.
89. U Sein Win Hlaing, General Secretary of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of the
Commerce and Industry.
90. Brig-Gen Tin Hlaing, Deputy Regional Commander, Western Command.
91. Col Tin Hlaing, former Minister of Home Affairs, relieved October 2004.
92. Maj-Gen/U Win Hlaing, Managing Director, Union of Myanmar Economic Holdings Ltd.
93. U Win Htway Hlaing, representative for KESCO Co.
94. Maung Yin Hmaing, ghostwriter, military junta-run newspapers.
95. Maung Pan Hmwe (a) U Hla Myint, writer, poet, Ah Chit Journals, military junta-run newspapers.
96. Ma Khin Thandar Hnin, Bago (East) Union Solidarity and Development Association.
97. Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan (a) Kyaw San, Minister of Information - Minister of Misinformation /
Propaganda, mouthpiece of atrocious SPDC, the Great Liar, controlled Press Scrutiny Registration
Department, said the regime will not hold any dialogue with the NLD 26 April 2006, censored /
suspended / banned Ludu Sien Win in Burmese press 6 June 2006, Secretary of National Convention
98. Maj-Gen Hsan Hsint, Military Appointments General.
99. Brig-Gen Thein Htaik (a) Thein Hteik, Inspector General.
100. Brig-Gen Thaung Htaik, Aungban Station.
101. Brig-Gen Than Htay, Deputy Minister of Energy, former commander of 77 Light Infantry Divisions,
102. Maj-Gen Than Htay, Ministry of Defense, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening
Management Committee Auditor.
103. Brig-Gen Thein Hteik, Military Operation Command 13, Bokpyin Station.
104. Thura Aung Htet, Director General of Protocol Department.
105. Kyaw Swa Myo Htet, pen name in military junta-run newspapers.
106. U Aung Kham Hti, Chairman of Pa-O National Organization (PNO), permanent collaborator with
the junta, publicly kowtowed Gen. Khin Nyunt, made all PNO members join USDA.
107. Col Khin Maung Htoo, Tactical Operations Commander.
108. U Myint Htoo, Jailer, Maubin Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Kyaw Myo Thant
109. U Eike Htun, Managing Director of Olympic Construction Company, Deputy Chairman of Asia
110. Col Aung Lin Htut, former Military Intelligence Service, involved in the arrest and torture of
political dissidents, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Burmese Embassy in Washington, monitored the
activities of Burmese exiles, political asylum in USA April 2005.
111. Maj-Gen Aung Than Htut, Commander of Northeast Command, warlord, former Thandaung-based
Military Combat Training School principal, former Commander of 88 Light Infantry Divisions.
112. Maj-Gen Tin Htut, Minister of Cooperatives, Vice-Chairman of National Convention Convening
Committee, former Minister of Electric Power.
113. U Tin Htut, assistant judge of Pegu District, trial in connection with the case of Aung Than, Aung
Aung Oo, Zeya Aung, and Sein Hlaing from Pegu arrested on 29 March 2006 for writing and
distributing a poem titled Daung Man (the might of the fighting peacock).
114. Col Ye Htut, Managing Director, Myanmar Economic Corporation (MEC).
115. Maj-Gen Sein Htwa, former Minister of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement and Minister of
Immigration and Population, Chairman of Myanmar National Committee for Women Affairs, former
Minister of Religious Affairs, retired May 2006.
116. Lt-Gen Aung Htwe, Chief of Armed Forces Training, Chairman of Leading Committee for
Observance the 61st Anniversary Armed Forces Day 2006, Chief of Bureau of Special Operations 2
117. Jintao Hu (a) Hu Jintao, President of China, provider of diplomatic cover, against the idea of
discussing the Burma issue in the UN Security Council, the largest supplier of arms to Burmese military
regime, destruction of Burma's northern frontier forests.
118. Mr.John F. Imle, president of Unocal Corp, the most stubborn US businessman, US$1.2 billion
Yadana gas project in the Gulf of Martaban, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi firmly warned its role as
tantamount to supporting the military junta, 16 May 1998.
119. Dr. Helen James, Australian, former Australian government advisor, sympathetic to the oppressive
military regime, pro-engagement scholar, Cambridge University.
120. Mr. APJ Abdul Kalam, Indian President, marked the latest stage in India's growing ties with its
neighbor March 2006, supplied weapons with over 50 Indian military trucks April 2006, agreed to
expand and diversify trade to $1 billion May 2006, Policy on Burma: The Indian public is supporting
democratic movements for Burma but the Indian government is wrongly cooperating with the military
121. Daw Kathy, master of ceremony, mass meeting July 2005.
122. Pe Kan Kaung (a) Wei Hmine Nyo (a) Hla Htay, ex-major, writer and movie propagandist for the
generals, on the run at the Burmese-Chinese border.
123. U Kyi Kha, active member of National Unity Party, Daik-U Township, Pegu Division.
124. U Aung Khaing, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister
Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers.
125. U Chit Khaing, founder and Managing Director of Eden Group Co.
126. Myat Khaing, military informer, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy
Information Minister Brig-Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, editor in chief of
Maha/Mahar, Kyi-pwa-ye, and Good News journals, once known to be close to Minister of Rail
Transportation Win Sein to the extent that his magazine became known as train magazine, has been
primed at government press conference to ask leading questions and sometimes he is given questions in
127. U Myint Khaing, advocate, Pabedan Township.
128. Dr. Soe Khaing, Prison Doctor, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Thein Tin
February 1998, hero Hla Khin, May 1999, hero Saw Do Saw October 2003, hero Saw Sar Do Saw,
December 2003 and hero Min Thu, June 2004.
129. Daw Sandar Khin, Secretariat member, Myanmar Women's Affairs Federation.
130. Mr. Frank Kittredge, National Foreign Trade Council, the Massachusetts sanctions against Burma
were overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, 5 November 1998.
131. Brig-Gen Thura Aung Ko, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Religious Affairs, CEC member of Union
Solidarity and Development Association.
132. Ko Ko, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-Gen
Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers.
133. Maj-Gen Ko Ko, Commander of Southern Command, warlord, Chairman of Pegu Division Peace
and Development Council.
134. Andrei Kovalenko, Russian representative to UN.
135. Indian Air Force Commander Air Marshal S Krisnaswamy, the sale of MiG-29B/UB fighters from
India to Burma.
136. Pho Kwa, pen name in military junta-run newspapers.
137. Daw Kyaing Kyaing, wife of Senior General Than Shwe, the Corrupt First Lady.
138. U Jimmy Kyauk, money laundering for military officials, Fremont, California, USA.
139. Maj. Aung Kyaw (a) Aung San Myint, Shan State Nationalities People's Liberation Organization.
140. Sergeant Chit Kyaw, Prison Guard, Moulmein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Win
Bo, August 2000.
141. Lt-Col Khin Maung Kyaw, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Industry (2).
142. U Kyaw Kyaw, Director-General of Protocol Department.
143. Sergeant Maung Kyaw, Military Intelligence Unit 22, Kengtung, poisoned hero Sai Pha Than to
death, October 2002.
144. Accordian Ohn Kyaw, note vocalist, Myanmar Music Asiayon, Chairman of Department of Human
Settlement and Housing Development.
145. U Shwe Kyaw, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero James Nichols
June 1996, hero Hla Than August 1996, hero Hla Chit March 1997, and hero Thein Tin February 1998.
146. U Tha Kyaw, Chairman of National Unity Party (pro-regime).
147. U Tun Kyaw, Vice-Chairman, Karenni National People's Liberation Front.
148. U Tun Aung Kyaw, Chief Warden, Mandalay Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Ko
149. U Yin Kyaw, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-
Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers.
150. Capt Zaw Win Kyaw, Interrogation Center, No. 1 Military Intelligent Unit, death of hero Aung
Hlaing Win in his custody May 2005.
151. Maj-Gen Aung Kyi, Deputy Chief of Armed Forces Training.
152. Daw Cho The Kyi, Executive, Union Solidarity and Development Association, Thingangyun
153. U Hla Kyi, Chief Warden, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Saw Do Saw,
October 2003, hero Saw Sar Do Saw, December 2003 and hero Min Thu, June 2004.
154. Lt-Col Myint Kyi, Secretary of Yangon Division Peace and Development Council.
155. Dr. Soe Kyi, Prison Doctor, Insein Prison, responsible for death in custody of hero Bo Set Yaung
March 1990, hero Hse Shi October 1990, hero Sayar Maung Thaw Ka June 1991, hero Mahn Dawait
July 1992 and hero U Khin Maung Myint 1993.
156. U Tun Kyi, Managing Director, Myawaddy Bank Ltd.
157. Soldier Moe Kyo, Democratic Karen Buddhist Army, raped and killed Karen women.
158. Brig-Gen Aye Myint Kyu, Deputy Minister of Hotels and Tourism, Vice-Chairman of National
Convention Convening Management Committee Auditor.
159. Mr. Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister received his Burmese counterpart, Nyan Win,
describing the two countries as brothers, April 2006.
160. Mr. Jean-François Lassalle, Vice-President Public Affairs, Total Exploration & Production, Yadana
161. U Hein Latt, Brokeback journalist, known to be close to media-savvy Information Minister Brig-
Gen Kyaw Hsan, group of eight editors and publishers, criticized media trainings sessions organized at
the American Centre and British Council in Rangoon.
162. Lt-Col. Maung Maung Latt, Chairman of Movie and Video Censor Board.
163. U Tin Maung Latt, member of Board of Directors, Myanmar May Flower Bank Ltd.
164. U Tun Min Latt, USDA member, Mandalay, beaten hero Htay Lwin to death October 2005.
165. U Ko Lay, former Mayor of Rangoon, former Minister of Prime Minister's Office.
166. Brig-Gen Aung Thein Lin, Yangon Mayor, chairman of Yangon City Development Committee, the
most corrupted department in Burma.
167. U Douglas San Lin, architect, Maryland, USA, close friend of Aye Zaw Win, Tuesday real estate
168. Lt-Col Kyi Lin, Supreme Court's director in chief, supervised a trial of Shan State Army – South,
Brigade 241 fighters led by Maj Sao Khun Kyaw, February 2006.
169. Lt-Col Ne Lin, counter-intelligence department's special unit # 1, Military Affairs Security.
170. Dr Nay Yi Yi Lin, representative of Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association, mass
meeting July 2005.
171. Maj-Gen Sein Lin, Director, Ministry of Defense, former Director Ordnance.
172. Daw Thuzar Lin, representative of Myanmar Women's Affairs Federation, mass meeting July 2005.
173. Brig-Gen Wai Lin (a) Way Lin, deputy commander of the Kengtung-based Triangle Region
174. Hsing Han Lo (a) Lo Hsing Han, drug tycoon, Chair of Asia World, junta's prop during the critical
period after 88 coup, the big-time pusher aided by the military junta, an adviser on ethnic affairs to the
175. Lt-Col Aung Lwin, Lewe Station Commander.
176. Brig-Gen Kyaw Oo Lwin, Regional Operation Command, Tanai.
177. Lt Col Maung Aung Lwin, Ann, Western Command Commander headquarters.
178. U Myint Lwin, Charge d'Affaires, Burmese Embassy, Washington DC, USA.
179. Brig-Gen Myo Lwin, Military Operation Command 7, Pekon Station.
180. Maj-Gen Saw Lwin, Minister of Industry (2).
181. Brig-Gen/U Sein Lwin (1923-2004), 18-day President 1988, former Transport Minister, former
Home Minister and former Religious Affairs Minister, Butcher of Rangoon, a notorious butcher who
gave the order to shoot the demonstrating students and demolish the historical students union building in
July 1962, led a bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in 1972, 1974 and 1988.
182. Thura Thaung Lwin, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Rail Transportation.
183. U Thet Lwin, First Secretary, Burmese Embassy in Bangkok, Thailand, declared Dr. Salai Tun
Than's passport null and void on 7 June 2006,
184. U Thaung-Chief of Nuclear Weapon Plan,&Minster of Science and Technology
185. Birg General Lun Thi- Engery Minister who is responsible for increasing fuel prices
186. Brig Gen Khin Aung(Military Intelligence) who strongly suppressed Democracy Activists.
187. Dr Tin Tun Oo, opportunist in not only journalism world but also in media and health related business
188. Myat Khine, pro-junta journalist.
190.Dr.Myo Myint( Ex-Rector of Medical University-1,Rangoon)Chairman of Unethical
Medical Kyant Phoot Gang(USDA),Member of National Convention &Son-in-Law of Ne
Win's deputy Health minster
191.Abbot Tay Zaw Batha (known as U Tejobhasa),Chairman of the regime-appointed Monk
Kyant Phoot Gang(USDA) , Pakokku Sangha Maha Nayaka
192.Zin Yaw Mg Mg-Film Director
193.Tun Eindra Bo-Actress
194.Zay-kabar Khin Shwe
195.Tayza of Htoo Trading
196.U Shwe of Shwe Thazin Syndicate
197.Eik Tun-Olympic Co.Ltd
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