Report: Myanmar police used phosphorus during crackdown at mine protest that burned 108 people
An eagerly awaited official report has confirmed that police in Myanmar used smoke bombs that contain phosphorus during a crackdown on anti-mine protesters last year that left 108 people with burns, mostly Buddhist monks.
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#1 Mar 13, 2013
phosphorus weapons are nasty and hard to treat! What harm had these Buddhist monks do?
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