Burmese Opposition Leader Charged with Violating House Arrest
(14 May 09 - RV) Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi was charged today with
breaching the terms of her house arrest and faces up to five years in jail for llowing
an American man to stay at her lakeside home.
The man broke into her house
uninvited last week.
Suu Kyi, whose latest six-year detention is due to expire
on May 27, will remain in Yangon's Insein Prison for a trial that has been scheduled
for May 18th.
Burma Campaign UK Director, Mark Farmaner, told Charles
Collins the ruling Junta is scared of the Nobel Prize winner.