Myanmar military sentences Japanese journalist to 3 more years in prison

ミャンマーで拘束ジャーナリスト久保田徹さん 禁錮3年の新判決で刑期10年に

Nikkei -- Oct 13
A Myanmar military tribunal on Thursday sentenced Japanese documentary filmmaker Toru Kubota to an additional three years in prison for violating immigration laws.

Kubota on Oct. 5 was sentenced to seven years for violating Myanmar's electronic transaction law and three years for incitement, to be served concurrently. With the latest ruling, he is set to serve a total of 10 years in prison.

Kubota, 26, had entered Myanmar in July to film a documentary. He was detained on July 30 after filming protests against the military, which took control of Myanmar in February 2021, and is currently being held at Insein Prison in Yangon. ...continue reading

Oct 13 (ANNnewsCH) - ミャンマーで拘束され、裁判にかけられていたジャーナリストの日本人男性が、新たに禁錮3年の判決を言い渡されました。刑期はこれまでと合わせて10年に上ります。  ...continue reading

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