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  • jerome deporres
    Hi Everybody, Wishing you all a blessed Christmas and a happy new year. May the good lord bless you and guide you now and forever. Jerome ... From: Yam Bahadur
    Message 1 of 6 , Dec 25, 2006
      Hi Everybody,
       
      Wishing you all a blessed Christmas and a happy new year. May the good lord bless you and guide you now and forever.
       
      Jerome

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      From: Yam Bahadur Kisan <ybkisan@...>
      To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, 26 December, 2006 11:09:19 AM
      Subject: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007

      Dear all friends
       
      Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
       
      Yam Kisan
      Nepal



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      M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
      Advocate, Supreme Court of Nepal
      Author / Researcher / Human Rights Activist and Christian Leader
      P.O.Box No : 21066
      Kathmandu, Nepal
      Phone : 0097712021175
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    • Ekkarin Tuansiri
      thank Bangkok Post 21 Dec 2006 EDITORIAL A chance to see justice in South An air of expectancy regarding progress in ending the southern violence arose when
      Message 2 of 6 , Dec 27, 2006
        thank

        Bangkok Post 21 Dec 2006



        EDITORIAL

        A chance to see justice in South

        An air of expectancy regarding progress in ending the southern violence
        arose when the country's first Muslim army chief, Gen Sonthi Boonyaratkalin,
        led the coup against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in September.
        Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont quickly set to work, seizing the
        opportunity to try and forge some form of reconciliation in the embattled
        Malay-Muslim majority provinces of the deep South. He spoke of justice,
        reconciliation and dialogue.

        But despite the optimism, any attempt to achieve peace in the troubled
        region is going to be difficult. Gen Surayud visited the South shortly after
        becoming prime minister, announcing that he wanted to reverse the
        heavy-handed counter-insurgency tactics of Mr Thaksin, and to return justice
        to an increasingly marginalised Malay-Muslim population.

        But Gen Surayud has since said that ensuring justice for the families of the
        hundreds of victims of alleged extra-judicial killings, kidnappings and
        torture, is not going to be as easy.

        An opportunity has recently arisen, though, for the state to now prove its
        intent and capability in ensuring justice across the board, not just as part
        of political points-scoring against the ousted Thaksin administration.

        On Nov 28, the Pattani Provincial Court concluded a two-year-long
        post-mortem inquiry into the deaths of 32 militants in and around the
        ancient Krue Se mosque in Pattani's Muang district in April 2004, and named
        three military officials as responsible for many of the deaths, including
        Gen Pallop Pinmanee.

        The Examination of the Post Mortem Inquest sought to clarify the name, place
        and cause of death of each individual.

        The judge held that out of the 32 killed in and around the mosque, four were
        killed in fighting with police at a nearby checkpoint. The remaining 28 had
        fled into Krue Se Mosque and hidden there before the military subsequently
        stormed the mosque, killing all 28 men inside.

        The court concluded that 28 of the 32 victims were killed by security forces
        under the orders of three men: Gen Pallop, Col Manas Kongpan and Lt-Col
        Tanaphat Nakchaiya.

        The inquest, however, is a judicial procedure that precedes a full trial and
        does not hold any person or persons liable for the deaths. But the ruling
        does open the way for the beginning of criminal proceedings against the
        three for their alleged disproportionate use of force in the standoff.

        The court's ruling offers Gen Surayud's government a golden opportunity to
        begin to address the wider problem of impunity for government forces in the
        South. It would also help return confidence in the state and the judicial
        system among the Muslim community.

        Gen Surayud has vocally agreed that justice needs to be made a priority in
        the South. Now he has a chance to put those words into action.

        Whether or not the Attorney-General sets the criminal investigation in
        motion will be a key test of the interim government's promise to bring back
        the rule of law.

        An independent inquiry into the Krue Se incident, carried out by the
        National Reconciliation Commission, found that the violence was started by
        the insurgents, but that security officials acting under the orders of Gen
        Pallop had used excessive force and heavy weapons disproportionate to the
        threat posed by the assailants.

        The inquiry also stated that Gen Pallop ignored a directive from Deputy
        Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh to resolve the situation by surrounding
        the mosque and entering into negotiations.

        A full criminal investigation leading to the trial of state officers
        responsible, not just for the Krue Se incident but also responsible for the
        deaths of civilians in numerous other cases in the South, must be carried
        out if reconciliation is to be achieved


        >From: jerome deporres <deporresjerome@...>
        >Reply-To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
        >To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
        >Subject: Re: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
        >Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2006 22:57:17 -0800 (PST)
        >
        >Hi Everybody,
        >
        >Wishing you all a blessed Christmas and a happy new year. May the good lord
        >bless you and guide you now and forever.
        >
        >Jerome
        >
        >
        >----- Original Message ----
        >From: Yam Bahadur Kisan <ybkisan@...>
        >To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
        >Sent: Tuesday, 26 December, 2006 11:09:19 AM
        >Subject: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
        >
        >Dear all friends
        >
        >Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
        >
        >Yam Kisan
        >Nepal
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >____________ _________
        >Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan
        >M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
        >Advocate, Supreme Court of Nepal
        >Author / Researcher / Human Rights Activist and Christian Leader
        >P.O.Box No : 21066
        >Kathmandu, Nepal
        >Phone : 0097712021175
        > 009779841320726
        >Email : ybkisan@yahoo. com
        >Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger .yahoo.com
        >
        >
        >
        >
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      • Ekkarin Tuansiri
        Bangkok post 26 Dec 2006 THE SOUTH 150 held for treason say charge baseless AMPA SANTIMATANEDOL About 150 people being held on treason charges in the three
        Message 3 of 6 , Dec 27, 2006
          Bangkok post 26 Dec 2006


          THE SOUTH

          150 held for treason say charge baseless

          AMPA SANTIMATANEDOL



          About 150 people being held on treason charges in the three southernmost
          provinces have called on the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to seek
          their release, saying the police accusations are groundless.

          Surasee Kosolnawin, chairman of the NHRC's rights protection sub-committee,
          said about 150 treason suspects from the deep South had sought assistance
          after being imprisoned for two years without proper charges being laid.

          The suspects are just some of the thousands of people in the restive region
          who were arrested on suspicion of treason in 2004 when Thaksin Shinawatra
          was still prime minister.

          Seventy of the 150 are from Yala province and the rest from Pattani and
          Narathiwat. Police had accused them of involvement in acts of treason, but
          failed to present evidence to back the allegations, Mr Surasee said.

          Local people in the South no longer trust the authorities and believe they
          cannot get justice, he said. This was a major factor in the lack of progress
          by state agencies in solving the region's problems.

          Locals were distancing themselves from these agencies because they feel they
          are not really there to help them.

          Only a small number of locals have made use of provincial justice centres
          where officials of the NHRC and the Lawyers Council of Thailand are based.

          He suggested state agencies become less bureaucratic and introduce
          networking in dealing with the locals. "The first urgent thing to do is to
          allow those arrested during the Thaksin administration to be released on
          bail," he said.

          The NHRC will also campaign against police black-listing people and putting
          a bounty on some suspects.

          Mr Surasee said he found several innocent people had been arrested. Despite
          no hard evidence against them, some had been sent to prisons in Bangkok
          rather than their being detained at their provincial prisons, he said.




          >From: "Ekkarin Tuansiri" <leemor-or@...>
          >Reply-To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
          >To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
          >Subject: Re: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
          >Date: Wed, 27 Dec 2006 22:05:44 -0900
          >
          >thank
          >
          >Bangkok Post 21 Dec 2006
          >
          >
          >
          >EDITORIAL
          >
          >A chance to see justice in South
          >
          >An air of expectancy regarding progress in ending the southern violence
          >arose when the country's first Muslim army chief, Gen Sonthi
          >Boonyaratkalin,
          >led the coup against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra in September.
          >Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont quickly set to work, seizing the
          >opportunity to try and forge some form of reconciliation in the embattled
          >Malay-Muslim majority provinces of the deep South. He spoke of justice,
          >reconciliation and dialogue.
          >
          >But despite the optimism, any attempt to achieve peace in the troubled
          >region is going to be difficult. Gen Surayud visited the South shortly
          >after
          >becoming prime minister, announcing that he wanted to reverse the
          >heavy-handed counter-insurgency tactics of Mr Thaksin, and to return
          >justice
          >to an increasingly marginalised Malay-Muslim population.
          >
          >But Gen Surayud has since said that ensuring justice for the families of
          >the
          >hundreds of victims of alleged extra-judicial killings, kidnappings and
          >torture, is not going to be as easy.
          >
          >An opportunity has recently arisen, though, for the state to now prove its
          >intent and capability in ensuring justice across the board, not just as
          >part
          >of political points-scoring against the ousted Thaksin administration.
          >
          >On Nov 28, the Pattani Provincial Court concluded a two-year-long
          >post-mortem inquiry into the deaths of 32 militants in and around the
          >ancient Krue Se mosque in Pattani's Muang district in April 2004, and named
          >three military officials as responsible for many of the deaths, including
          >Gen Pallop Pinmanee.
          >
          >The Examination of the Post Mortem Inquest sought to clarify the name,
          >place
          >and cause of death of each individual.
          >
          >The judge held that out of the 32 killed in and around the mosque, four
          >were
          >killed in fighting with police at a nearby checkpoint. The remaining 28 had
          >fled into Krue Se Mosque and hidden there before the military subsequently
          >stormed the mosque, killing all 28 men inside.
          >
          >The court concluded that 28 of the 32 victims were killed by security
          >forces
          >under the orders of three men: Gen Pallop, Col Manas Kongpan and Lt-Col
          >Tanaphat Nakchaiya.
          >
          >The inquest, however, is a judicial procedure that precedes a full trial
          >and
          >does not hold any person or persons liable for the deaths. But the ruling
          >does open the way for the beginning of criminal proceedings against the
          >three for their alleged disproportionate use of force in the standoff.
          >
          >The court's ruling offers Gen Surayud's government a golden opportunity to
          >begin to address the wider problem of impunity for government forces in the
          >South. It would also help return confidence in the state and the judicial
          >system among the Muslim community.
          >
          >Gen Surayud has vocally agreed that justice needs to be made a priority in
          >the South. Now he has a chance to put those words into action.
          >
          >Whether or not the Attorney-General sets the criminal investigation in
          >motion will be a key test of the interim government's promise to bring back
          >the rule of law.
          >
          >An independent inquiry into the Krue Se incident, carried out by the
          >National Reconciliation Commission, found that the violence was started by
          >the insurgents, but that security officials acting under the orders of Gen
          >Pallop had used excessive force and heavy weapons disproportionate to the
          >threat posed by the assailants.
          >
          >The inquiry also stated that Gen Pallop ignored a directive from Deputy
          >Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh to resolve the situation by
          >surrounding
          >the mosque and entering into negotiations.
          >
          >A full criminal investigation leading to the trial of state officers
          >responsible, not just for the Krue Se incident but also responsible for the
          >deaths of civilians in numerous other cases in the South, must be carried
          >out if reconciliation is to be achieved
          >
          >
          > >From: jerome deporres <deporresjerome@...>
          > >Reply-To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
          > >To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
          > >Subject: Re: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
          > >Date: Mon, 25 Dec 2006 22:57:17 -0800 (PST)
          > >
          > >Hi Everybody,
          > >
          > >Wishing you all a blessed Christmas and a happy new year. May the good
          >lord
          > >bless you and guide you now and forever.
          > >
          > >Jerome
          > >
          > >
          > >----- Original Message ----
          > >From: Yam Bahadur Kisan <ybkisan@...>
          > >To: justpeaceinasia@yahoogroups.com
          > >Sent: Tuesday, 26 December, 2006 11:09:19 AM
          > >Subject: [justpeaceinasia] Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
          > >
          > >Dear all friends
          > >
          > >Marry Christmas and Happy New Year 2007
          > >
          > >Yam Kisan
          > >Nepal
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >____________ _________
          > >Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan
          > >M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
          > >Advocate, Supreme Court of Nepal
          > >Author / Researcher / Human Rights Activist and Christian Leader
          > >P.O.Box No : 21066
          > >Kathmandu, Nepal
          > >Phone : 0097712021175
          > > 009779841320726
          > >Email : ybkisan@yahoo. com
          > >Send instant messages to your online friends http://uk.messenger
          >.yahoo.com
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >___________________________________________________________
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          > >Mail. http://uk.docs.yahoo.com/nowyoucan.html
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        • Yam Bahadur Kisan
          Dear All Marry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year 2008 Yam Nepal _____________________ Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
          Message 4 of 6 , Dec 27, 2007
            Dear All
             
            Marry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year 2008
             
            Yam
            Nepal


            _____________________
            Mr. Yam Bahadur Kisan
            M.A., B.L. (Tribhuwan University, Nepal)
            Advocate, Supreme Court of Nepal
            Author / Researcher / Human Rights Activist
            P.O.Box No : 21066
            Kathmandu, Nepal
            Phone : 0097712021175
                        009779841320726
            Email : ybkisan@...

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