Myanmar poet Khet Thi who died in detention had ‘organs removed’, wife says – South China Morning Post

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Myanmar poet Khet Thi, whose works declare resistance to the ruling junta, died in detention and his body was returned with the organs removed, his family said on Sunday.A spokesman for the junta did not answer calls to request comment on the death of Khet Thi, who had penned the line “They shoot in the head, but they don’t know the revolution is in the heart”. His Facebook page said he was 45.Khet Thi’s wife said both of them were taken for interrogation on Saturday by armed soldiers and…Read More

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